Faculty Achievements

Theatre Professor Chosen to Participate in Summer 2010 Program in New York City

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C. Patrick Gendusa, Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts and Production Manager in the Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, was one of 14 theatre professionals chosen from around the world to participate in The Actors Center Teacher Development Program in New York City.

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Loyola Opera welcomes new director and stages production by Ravel

The Loyola University New Orleans College of Music and Fine Arts recently announced Carol Rausch as the new director of Loyola Opera Theatre.

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Loyola theatre's 'The Scene' gets nominated for Big Easy Award

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“The Scene,” produced by Loyola University New Orleans’ Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, has been nominated for a Big Easy Entertainment Award in the category of Best University Production.

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Music Industry Studies chair leads successful non-profit

John Snyder is President and Founder of Artists House Foundation, an educational 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, founded in 2002 with the mission of “helping musicians and music entrepreneurs create sustainable careers.”

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Music Industries Professor selected as a featured director for broadcasters conference

Jim Gabour

New Orleans filmmaker and Loyola University New Orleans Artist-in-Residence and Professor of Video Technology Jim Gabour has been selected as a featured director for the annual International Broadcasters Conference in Amsterdam.

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Gerald Cannon awarded distinguished professorship

Gerald Cannon

Gerald Cannon was awarded the Edward and Adelaide Benjamin Distinguished Professorship in Music and Fine Arts.

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Professor displays work at San Francisco gallery

Gerald Cannon

Gerald Cannon, professor of visual arts, exhibited new work at the Micaëla Gallery, in San Francisco, Calif., in a group exhibition titled, “CANNON::NORTH::YUN.” The exhibit ran Jan. 20 through Feb. 28, 2009.

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