Design professor Tom Varisco's video Full Circle has been selected to screen in Holland at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag's 'EARTH' themed Summer Exhibition/ ZomerExpo from June 8th until September 15th 2013.
Loyola University New Orleans Interim Chair of the Department of Music Industry Studies Sanford Hinderlie presented his research on learning technologies at two international conferences in November.
Loyola University New Orleans Theatre Arts Costume Director and Extraordinary Assistant Professor has secured the donation of two female dress forms for the Department's theatrical productions.
Jeff Albert, extraordinary assistant professor of music industry studies at Loyola University New Orleans, explores how these laptop orchestras integrate technology and musical improvisation in his recent article published in the peer-reviewed academic journal, Critical Studies in Improvisation.
Several members of the campus community received awards and recognition during the Loyola University New Orleans' Spring 2013 President's Convocation for faculty and staff on Jan. 11.
John Mahoney, coordinator of jazz studies and instrumental music at Loyola University New Orleans, recently attended and performed at the Eastman School of Music Reunion and Tribute for conductor and trombonist Rayburn Wright in Rochester, N.Y.
At the second annual Celebration of Innovation last month in Ramallah, Loyola University New Orleans professor Elliott Adams joined 12 American mentors, investors and business leaders seeking to harness the new culture of innovation in the West Bank.
Anthony Decuir, Ph.D., associate dean of the College of Music and Fine Arts at Loyola University New Orleans, recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Professional Contributions from the American Music Therapy Association.
Liz Buchta and Daniela Marx, professors in the Department of Art and Design, collaborated on a project for the exhibition “Reminders” at the Jamjuree Art Gallery.
“Does anyone else smell beignets?” Loyola University New Orleans instructor Tom Varisco has published a new book, “Jackson Squared,”