Achievements

The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.

Graphic Design student wins award

Loyola University New Orleans graphic design senior Eliza Schulze won the AIGA Louisiana Collegiate Award and Disaster Preparedness Competition. Schulze was announced as a winner at the AIGA's Birthday Bash on Saturday, January 31, 2008 at the Musee Conti Wax Museum in the French Quarter.

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Visual Arts student commissioned to produce artwork for downtown New Orleans

Visual arts junior Caitlin Clifford was commissioned to produce artwork for the New Orleans Downtown Development District's "Artification" project. The project, an endeavor with the Regional Transit Authority, has turned 14 city transit shelters into an outdoor gallery of contemporary art.

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Music students participate in summer music festival

Indiana University Summer Music Festival

Five Haitian students from Loyola's College of Music and Fine Arts spent the summer in Bloomington, Ind., where they participated in the Indiana University Summer Music Festival.

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Music Industries Professor selected as a featured director for broadcasters conference

Jim Gabour

New Orleans filmmaker and Loyola University New Orleans Artist-in-Residence and Professor of Video Technology Jim Gabour has been selected as a featured director for the annual International Broadcasters Conference in Amsterdam.

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Music alum wins international vocal competition

Bryan Hymel, '01, was the First-Prize Winner of the 2008 Licia Albanese/Puccini Foundation Competition, the 2008 Loren L. Zachary Vocal Competition, and the 2008 Giulio Gari Foundation Competition.

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Gerald Cannon awarded distinguished professorship

Gerald Cannon

Gerald Cannon was awarded the Edward and Adelaide Benjamin Distinguished Professorship in Music and Fine Arts.

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Students perform in interactive theatre pieces as part of Student Peace Conference

Ben Saypol, of Interactive Theatre Carolina, will visit Loyola University New Orleans to create an interactive theatre piece with members of the Loyola’s theatre community addressing the issues of increasing global awareness and fostering peace.

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Professor displays work at San Francisco gallery

Gerald Cannon

Gerald Cannon, professor of visual arts, exhibited new work at the Micaëla Gallery, in San Francisco, Calif., in a group exhibition titled, “CANNON::NORTH::YUN.” The exhibit ran Jan. 20 through Feb. 28, 2009.

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Visual Arts alumna participates in group exhibition in Seattle, Wash.

Andree Carter, ’92, is a working artist and part-time faculty at the Art Institute of Seattle. In 2008, she was a part of a group exhibition at the Pacini Lubel Gallery called Color/Texture/Form at the Seattle University House.

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