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

Art in America Features Art Alum

Loyola Art alumna Carlie Trosclair, BFA '08, is one of several St. Louis-based artists featured in an article in the latest issue of Art in America.

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Master Class: The Choreography of Bob Fosse

C. Patrick Gendusa's Musical Theatre Performance course was also offered a master class in the choreography of Bob Fosse, an American dancer, musical theatre choreographer, director, screenwriter, film director and actor who has won eight Tony Awards for choreography.

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Sculpture Instructor Gets Prestigious Artist Residency

Adjunct sculpture instructor Natalie McLaurin is among a select group of artists from around the country chosen by the New York-based Joan Mitchell Foundation for its 2018 Artist-in-Residence program.

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Professor and Alum work together to produce ALEXIS, I AM!

Professor C. Patrick Gendusa and alum James Will McBride ('12) have come together to produce a one night only performance of ALEXIS, I AM! starring the famous queen of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 9, Alexis Michelle. The evening's performance is also written and directed by James Will McBride.

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Exhibition showcases work of 2018 Grote Award and Scully Scholarship recipients

Zoë Blair-Schlagenhauf, recipient of the 2018 Mark Grote Endowment Award, and Mercedes Alvarez and Patrick Burtchaell, winners of the 2018 Scully Scholarship, will be honored at this exhibition.

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Kristi Jacobs-Stanley '04 Selected as 2018 Krewe of Freret Queen

Kristi Jacobs-Stanley '04 has received the honor of being selected to serve as the 2018 Queen of the Krewe of Freret. Jacobs-Stanley continues to spread the love and art of as the Theatre Director and the Faculty Chairperson for the Fine Arts Department at Mount Carmel Academy.

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Photo Alum Documents Mayoral Campaign

Loyola Art alumnus Matthew Dietrich, BFA '16, went from summer volunteer to lead photographer for LaToya Cantrell's historic mayoral campaign.

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Art & Art History Students Behind the Scenes at P.4

On November 6, a group of Art and Art History students joined Prospect New Orleans Interim Director Ylva Rouse at the Contemporary Art Center to observe installations of artists' work for Prospect 4, the international art triennial, which opened to the public on November 18.

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Graduate Music Student wins NATS

Soprano Kathryn Domyan

Soprano Kathryn Domyan 18' wins at the National Association of Music Regional Competition

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