Achievements

The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the Department of Studio Art.

Jamie Slomski ’95 (visual arts) wins a Daytime EMMY Award.

Jamie Slomski

Jamie Slomski '95 wins for Outstanding Achievement in Main Titles & Graphic Design.

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Invading New Orleans, Street Style

Justin Shiels

In 2009, visual arts alumnus Justin Shiels ’07 fused his passions with industry experience to launch InvadeNOLA.

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Rich Deas ’94 (visual arts) released his illustrated children’s book, Cock-a-Doodle Dance!

Rich Deas

This is Rich’s second fully illustrated children’s picture book following the success of Ten Fat Turkeys.

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Diboll Gallery director's home included in National Building Museum exhibit

Schleh was contacted because the design firm was specifically looking to document an average day in the life of a family living in an URBANbuild or bildDESIGN project.

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Elizabeth Hopkins Mazurik ’97 published her first book.

Elizabeth Hopkins Mazurik

Elizabeth Hopkins Mazurik ’97 (visual arts), a.k.a. Erin Joseph, Spirit Lake, Idaho, published her first book.

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Amy Guidry ’98, Lafayette, La., will have her work on display Feb. 24 through March 30 in Slidell.

Amy Guidry, '98

Amy Guidry ’98, Lafayette, La., will have her work on display Feb. 24 through March 30 at the Slidell Cultural Center at City Hall in Olde Towne.

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Visual arts professor is visiting artist at Valencia College

Visual arts professor Barbara Brainard will be featured as a visiting artist when she presents her exhibit, “A New Orleans Portfolio: Works by Barbara Brainard,” at an opening reception in the Anita S. Wooten Gallery at Valencia College in Orlando, Fla.

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Loyola visual arts professors collaborate for exhibit at Spring Hill College

Loyola University New Orleans visual arts professors Christopher Deris and Karoline Schleh will launch their collaborative sculpture exhibit, “Penny Arcade.”

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Loyola alumna using sculpture background to revolutionize medical field

Nancy Hairston

Loyola University New Orleans alumna Nancy Hairston ‘90 is putting a new face on the medical field.

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