Anne Chabreck ‘02 (music performance), was named “One to Watch” by New Orleans CityBusiness.
Carlie Trosclair ’08 (visual arts) was one of three artists selected for the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis’ Great Rivers Biennial 2014. She will receive $20,000 and an exhibit in the museum’s Main Galleries.
Recent Music Education Alumni seeing success in job placement.
After recently renovating their small, local art gallery, Loyola University New Orleans alumni Renee deVille '96 and Jean-Paul Villere '96, are set to re-open the Du Mois Gallery next week with “Bathworks.”
From Alabama and Louisiana to Oklahoma and Texas, young alumni from Loyola University New Orleans music education program were recently chosen for teaching positions at schools across the United States.
Ashley Stevens, bachelor of arts in music ‘11, was named account coordinator for The Food Group, a national food and beverage marketing agency, in 2012.
Design alumna Sarah Azpeitia is one of 8 winners selected for the SPD-U Spotlight Online Gallery Show.
Stephen Lee, B.M.T. ’82 (music therapy), a former adjunct professor of music therapy at Loyola, has just released a CD, Stand by Me: A Celebration of African-American Song.
Bryan Hymel has been awarded the accolade for Outstanding Achievement in Opera for his trio of performances in Les Troyens, Robert Le Diable and Rusalka at this year's Olivier Awards with MasterCard.