Faculty Achievements

Design instructor Tom Varisco authors new photo book celebrating America's most interesting city

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Tom Varisco recently published a new book, New Orleans Looking Up/New Orleans Looking Down. The book looks at the humor, resilience, strangeness, and charm that makes New Orleans so unique and memorable.

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Mark Grote "Hold Up" project

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Mark Grote at the Courthouse Gallery

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Professors Karoline Schleh and John Seefeldt will exhibit work in "More Media: Performative/Interactive"

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Professors Karoline Schleh and John Seefeldt will exhibit work in "More Media: Performative/Interactive" at Tulane University's Caroll Gallery

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Loyola welcomes Dr. Serena Weren

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Loyola welcomes Dr. Serena Weren, who joins us as the newly appointed Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music.

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Professor, Student and Alumni Come Together to Work on Death Penalty Drama

Faculty, students and alumni of Loyola are all involved in the world-premiere of a play at Southern Repertory Theatre.

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Assistant Professor of Visual Arts & Diboll Gallery Director, Karoline Schleh, partners with the CAC on 2015 Collectors Club Print.

Assistant Professor of Visual Arts & Diboll Gallery Director, Karoline Schleh, has been asked by the CAC's Chief Curator of Visual Arts, Dr. Andrea Andersson, to honor the CAC by partnering with the center to realize one of her drawings as this year's Collectors Club Print.

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Alumnus and jazz instructor Matt Lemmler '90 joins the family of Steinway Artists

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Steinway & Sons is delighted to welcome Matt into the family of Steinway Artists," said Jenn Gordon, Manager of Concert & Artist Activities at Steinway & Sons.

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Offbeat Magazine covers "John Rankin’s Journey"

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Instructor of Guitar and Music Industry Studies John Rankin discusses the musical journey that led him from an English major to eventually having three jobs that he love - teaching private lessons, teaching at Loyola, and playing gigs.

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Professor Valerie Goertzen's essay published in the collection Brahms in the Home and the Concert Hall.

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Professor Valerie Goertzen’s essay, “At the Piano with Joseph and Johannes: Joachim’s Overtures in Brahms’s Circle,” has been published in the collection Brahms in the Home and the Concert Hall.

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Professor Tony Dagradi performed at Kentucky Music Educators Association conference

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Tony Dagradi, professor of saxophone and jazz studies, performed February 4-7, 2015 at the Kentucky Music Educators Association, Professional Development Conference.

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