The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.
Scott Maher ’14 (music industry studies) was recently accepted into the Peace Corps and will begin his work in Cambodia this summer.
John Seefeldt, Loyola University Assistant Professor of Interactive and New Media at will be exhibiting his new work, "Fragments of Reconstruction and Longing" at the Sculpture Center in Cleveland, OH as part of their Window to Sculpture Emerging Artist 2016 Series.
Patrick Burtchaell, design sophomore, was selected for a product design internship at Facebook for summer 2016.
Dimitri Staszewski, 2014 Loyola graduate of Music Industry Studies, has won a Fulbright Scholarship co-sponsored by MTVu to research and document the changing nomadic culture in Mongolia and the cultural force of their music.
Robert Trujillo, famous as bassist of multi-platinum, Grammy-winning rock band Metallica, stopped by to promote his new documentary, Jaco. Along with co-producer Johnny Pastorius, Trujillo tells the story of bassist Jaco Pastorius.
Each year the Art and Design departments invite majors and minors to participate in educational trips focused on the visual arts.
Professor of Art Mark Grote will exhibit in Tirana, Albania where he is currently in residency.
Lo Faber, former professor of history and currently professor of music industry studies, has published his first book, Building the Land of Dreams: New Orleans and the Transformation of Early America with Princeton University Press.
James R. Miller III ’81 (theory and composition, trombone) was nominated to the Louisiana Association of Jazz Educators Hall of Fame.