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Department of Art

Studying arts at Loyola University New Orleans provides you the opportunity of a lifetime. We offer disciplines in art history and visual culture, computer-based imaging, drawing, motion graphics, painting, photography, print design, printmaking and sculpture.

As a student studying art, you could:

  • Review the works of the St. Claude’s Collective or other area arts organizations as you build the writing skills pertinent to the arts.
  • Work with Julia Street art dealers and the city museums as you gain critical thinking and the social and business skills required to compete effectively in the contemporary art world.
  • Let the world become your blackboard as you travel to meet working artists in cities like New York, or participate in an arts-based study abroad program.
  • Participate in senior exhibitions of your artwork in one of our two art galleries.

student Achievements + Research

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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faculty Achievements + Research

alumni Achievements + Research

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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