Photographer Elizabeth Bick '03 was recently selected as the winner of the Rudin Prize for Emerging Photographers, a nationally-recognized award for photographers on the leading edge of their field but who have not yet had a solo museum exhibition.
Recent graduate Dianna Sanchez accepted a position with the Louisiana Children's Museum as the museum's Art Educator.
Erica Larkin Gaudet completed her Bachelors in Sculpture from Loyola University of New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1991, she founded Toulouse Street Studio, a metal sculpting studio specializing in custom furniture & sculpture.
Nick Sherman BFA '10 has worked as Director of Photography and 1st Assistant Camera in Dallas completing various Spec & Commercial pieces for Helen Ficalora, Patron, Luke’s Locker, Wiseman House Chocolates, and Litex
Erica Larkin Gaudet is one of the artisan's featured in New Orleans Home & Lifestyles' 2014 Autumn issue. She is 1 of 10 Design Master featured. Erica graduated with a degree in Sculpture and now is a very successful furniture Designer.
Analia Saban is part of the Prospect.3, the International Contemporary Art Biennial in New Orleans.
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.
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.”
Jenny Doussan ’99 (visual arts), London UK, authored a monograph on the philosopher Giorgio Agamben, titled Time, Language, and Visuality in Agamben’s Philosophy