The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.
Loyola University New Orleans celebrates the national television debut of award-winning opera singer and recent alumnus David Castillo, who performed Tuesday on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” as part of the newly formed vocal quartet Vox.
Through Teach and Tour Sojourners, Artemis Preeshl, Associate Professor of the Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, taught master classes in speech and Shakespeare to students from Stawa University in Kampala, Uganda.
J. Michael “Mike” Keyes ’95 (music) has joined Dorsey & Whitney LLP’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group in Seattle as a partner.
James “Jimmy” Elcock ’12 (music industry studies) plays Country Music Awards
Eight female students and their professors explore themes of fame and virtue, gender issues in performance of traditional court masque
Recent graduate Dianna Sanchez accepted a position with the Louisiana Children's Museum as the museum's Art Educator.
Assistant Professor of Visual Arts & Diboll Gallery Director, Karoline Schleh, has been asked by the CAC's Chief Curator of Visual Arts, Dr. Andrea Andersson, to honor the CAC by partnering with the center to realize one of her drawings as this year's Collectors Club Print.
Fatima Curliel named a Presidential Scholar for the summer 2015 University of Georgia's Cortona Art program in Italy
Erica Larkin Gaudet completed her Bachelors in Sculpture from Loyola University of New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1991, she founded Toulouse Street Studio, a metal sculpting studio specializing in custom furniture & sculpture.
Riva's album "Perle De Culture" (Cultured Pearl) is set to be released in March 28, 2015. A seamless fusion of Racine/Roots, World Music, Jazz and African tones.