The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.
The book, which helps readers learn how to plan, brainstorm, and problem-solve creatively, is available on Amazon.
Jaime Kelsall ’98 (music) has been promoted to vice president in the concerts division at Agency for the Performing Arts (APA). She has been with APA for 13 years, starting while still a student at Loyola.
Joanie Cahill ’05 (graphic design) is the marketing and creative director for Bona Dea
Tom Varisco recently published a new book, New Orleans Looking Up/New Orleans Looking Down. The book looks at the humor, resilience, strangeness, and charm that makes New Orleans so unique and memorable.
Gillum’s widely-anticipated sophomore album, When It’s Dark Out, will ship to stores in December of 2015. The first single off of the new album, ‘Me, Myself, & I’ was released online in October, and features Bebe Rexha (who wrote Rihanna and Eminem’s hit “Monster”) on vocals.
"Love Me True" a film written and directed by Loyola alum Kirby Voss premiered at the New Orleans Film Festival on October 20. It won the festivals' award for Best Cinematography.
The AIGA Professional Association of Design held its annual conference in New Orleans October 8-11, 2015.
Emily Fransen ’08 (music industry studies), M.M. ’13, is a featured vignette in Dr. David Cutler’s new book, The Savvy Music Teacher,
Patrick B. Reagin ’10 (music industry studies), J.D. ’14, has joined Liskow & Lewis’ New Orleans office as an associate in the firm’s maritime, oil field, and insurance practice