Alumni Achievements

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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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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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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Amy Guidry '98 creates cover for the CALYX journal

Amy Guidry

Visual Arts alumni Amy Guidry has her artwork currently featured on the cover and inside of the CALYX journal- 35th Anniversary edition. Her painting "Adaptation" is on the cover along with a piece entitled "Freedom" on the inside of the journal.

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Nick Sherman ’10, created Project 3 ~ A Short Experiment, a compilation video spotlighting experiences volunteering at monasteries in India.

Nick Sherman

Nick Sherman ’10, Addison, Texas, created Project 3 ~ A Short Experiment, which is a brief compilation video that spotlights some of his more personal experiences volunteering at various monasteries all across India.

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Alumni selected to paint mural in Jackson Brewery

Michelle Pontiff and Rebecca Parker

Michelle Pontiff ’10, Marrero, La., and Rebecca Parker ’10, New Orleans, La., painted a mural in the CVS Pharmacy located in Jackson Brewery in New Orleans.

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Visual Arts alumna participates in group exhibition in Seattle, Wash.

Andree Carter, ’92, is a working artist and part-time faculty at the Art Institute of Seattle. In 2008, she was a part of a group exhibition at the Pacini Lubel Gallery called Color/Texture/Form at the Seattle University House.

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