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Students earn awards for research

Congratulations to these students in the School of Design for being selected as First and Second Place winners at the 2017 Research Symposium at Louisiana Tech University. Sarah Prescott (left) is a senior Studio Art major and earned 2nd Place for her oral presentation “Body, Memory, and Paint (Advisor: Nicole...
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Anzalone to discuss “Structured Performance”

  Phillip Anzalone is principal of Atelier Architecture 64 in New York City. His firm emphasizes design in relation to environmental performance, architectural detailing and methods of manufacturing including residential and commercial projects, installations and pavilions. At New York City College of Technology, he teaches courses in advanced materials, building science and...
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SOD hosts 4th Louisiana Biennial

4th Louisiana Biennial: National Juried Exhibition Opening Reception and Juror Lecture by Rachel Cook, Curator DiverseWorks, Houston, TX Lecture: Thursday, January 26th  5pm TVAC 103 Opening Reception and Awards Presentation: 6pm The Louisiana Biennial is the School of Design’s fourth national juried exhibition. This is a multi-media show for two and three-dimensional works, as...
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School Hosts Q&A with Architects/Students

In a collaboration with AIA-Louisiana, the School of Design hosts a Q+A panel with recent architecture graduates and firm owners to discuss the transition from the university to the office with our architecture students. Topics include: licensure, being a competitive applicant, expectations of employers; finding a good firm match, etc....
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Brooks/Deal win 2017 Architectural Education Award

Congratulations to Robert Brooks and Brad Deal for receiving a 2016-17 Architectural Education Award, winning a Collaborative Practice award by the ACSA for the design/build work at MedCamps of Louisiana! They will be presented the award at the 2017 ACSA Annual Meeting in Detroit later this year. Well done!

Slaughter selected for national group exhibition

Joey Slaughter, Associate Professor of Studio Art, is one of thirteen artists selected for a co-curated show in Philadephia’s Paradigm Gallery, opening on 27 January. Paradigm Gallery + Studio and Ekaterina Popova are pleased to announce From the Pages, a co-curated group exhibition, which brings together a diverse group of 13 national...
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Professor Emeritus Dablow at Masur Museum

Dean Dablow, Professor Emeritus of the School of Design, is having a Gallery Talk (with Reception) to celebrate his exhibition at the Masur Museum of Art this Thursday, 19 January from 6-8pm. On Saturday, 4 February, he will also host a Studio Practice Lecture from 3-4pm. He hopes to see...
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Hamrick Awarded Fellowship

Frank Hamrick, Associate Professor of Studio Art (Photography) and MFA Graduate Coordinator, was recently awarded the 2017 Houston Center for Photography Fellowship. The Fellowship was juried by Andy Adams of FlakFoto. Mr. Hamrick will receive an honorarium, a solo exhibition at HCP galleries and a feature in spot Magazine. His solo exhibition, “Harder...
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We are Hiring

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Studio Art | SCHOOL OF DESIGN | LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY   Tenure Track Position: Assistant Professor of Studio Art in Foundation/Core Studio. The successful candidate will be committed to teaching drawing, life drawing and 2D Foundations. Applicants who have experience with video and new media are highly...
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Slaughter Awarded Artist Residency

Joey Slaughter, Associate Professor of Studio Art, was awarded a 2017 Residency through the Sam and Adele Golden Foundation. He was selected from over 270 artists from throughout the world. This year, the Foundation identified 18 artists to participate in 4 weeks residencies throughout the year. For a list of the awardees, click...
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Dr. Joseph W. Strother 1933-2016

Dr. Joseph Strother passed away on 25 November 2016 at the age of 82. He served as Director of the School of Art and Architecture (now the School of Design) from 1976 until 1996. He retired as Professor Emeritus at Louisiana Tech University. We send our condolences to his wife,...
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LECTURE: Tad Carpenter and the Carpenter Collective

AIGA Louisiana Tech University and the School of Design welcomes graphic designer Tad Carpenter on Thursday (8 Dec). Carpenter Collective’s focus is to design brands and experiences that emotionally engage and connect with consumers. Everything is developed in design, strategy and innovation with a whimsical wink. Carpenter Collective’s overall approach to...
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Academic All-American in the SOD!

Louisiana Tech senior forward Kathryn Sloan has received numerous awards during her stellar four-year career on the soccer field and in the classroom, but the honor she received on Tuesday trumps them all. In an announcement made by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Sloan was selected as...
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Alumnus of the Year: Christopher Coe, FAIA

The School of Design was happy to welcome back Architecture alum Christopher Coe, FAIA as the 2016 Louisiana Tech University’s College of Liberal Arts Alumnus of the Year! Mr. Coe was on campus as part of Homecoming Week festivities in November. During his visit, he led a panel discussion of fellow alumni/classmates in...
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James Trewitt (SOD Alum) to Discuss Architecture Work

The School of Design is happy to welcome architect and alum James Trewitt back to the Louisiana Tech University campus. James Trewitt is principal of Arch 11 in Boulder Colorado and a 1989 graduate of Louisiana Tech University in architecture. Mr. Trewitt and EJ Meade founded Arch 11 in 1993. Since then, the...
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Artist Talk: Jennifer Scheuer

The School of Design is happy to welcome artist Jennifer Scheuer to the Louisiana Tech University campus. Scheuer will present a lecture in conjunction with a current show of her work in the School of Design Moffett Gallery.  Seeing and Healing Artist Lecture by Jennifer Scheuer Tuesday, 18 October at 5:00pm...
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Choulika to Speak About the Work of Field Operations

Field Operations: The Highline and Beyond Lecture by Tatiana V. Choulika Monday, 17 October at 5:30pm FJ Taylor Visual Arts Center, Room 103 The School of Design is happy to welcome landscape architect Tatiana V. Choulika to the Louisiana Tech University campus. Ms. Choulika serves as Principal of James Corner...
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Deal, Brooks win Grand Prize in National Film Challenge

Brad Deal and Robert Brooks, architecture faculty in Louisiana Tech University’s School of Design, have won the Grand Prize and the People’s Choice Award in the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) 2016 I Look Up Film Challenge for their inspirational short film titled, “Rebuilding MedCamps.” Deal’s production was selected as...
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Design/Build Project wins AIA Louisiana Design Awards

Congratulations to Professor Robert Brooks, Professor Brad Deal  and the students of ARCH 335 (2014) for earning both a Merit Award and the Members Choice Award for the Larkin Gibbs Memorial Pavilion at the 2016 AIA Louisiana Design Awards. There are only a handful of awards given at this annual event...
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Visiting Artists Pickering and Scheuer Open the SOD Gallery Season

The School of Design at Louisiana Tech University is pleased to announce the opening reception for new solo exhibitions in the Bethea and Moffett Galleries. Nearly West and Southern Kingdom, photographs by Walker Pickering, as well as Seeing and Healing, prints and installation by Jennifer Scheuer will be on view in the TVAC galleries from September...
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Hamrick Travels to Denton for Workshop, Exhibition

Louisiana Tech University School of Design Associate Professor Frank Hamrick traveled to Denton, Texas to teach a bookmaking workshop, critique work by photography students and attend a reception for his work included in the three person exhibition “Recalling” at the University of North Texas Art Galleries. Twenty of Hamrick’s tintype...
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Slaughter Debuts New Work in Ruston

Joey Slaughter, Associate Professor of Studio Art, exhibits a new series of works at Studio 301 (301 N. Trenton) in Ruston. The exhibit, titled Voices Carry, will be on display through 14 October. For more information, please call Studio 301 at 318-614-4057.

Iancu at Summer Residency

Raluca Iancu, Assistant Professor of Studio Art, is currently at a month-long residency at the The Vermont Studio Center, in Johnson, VT. The Vermont Studio Center is the largest international residency program in the US, hosting more than 50 visual artists and writers each month from across the country and...
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SINGH Speaks at National Summit on Licensure

Kevin Singh, Associate Professor of Architecture, served a session speaker at the 2016 NCARB Licensing Advisors Summit held in Chicago from 5-6 August . The purpose of the Summit is to convene all US architecture licensing boards, all universities with architecture programs and the professional community to discuss the path to architectural...
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Triplett at Ceramics Residency in Czech Republic

Kyle Triplett, Assistant Professor of Studio Art and the Clarece Harp Lyles Endowed Professor in Ceramic Arts, is midway through a month long ceramics symposium and residency in Bechyne, Czech Republic. The symposium includes eight artists from the US, Czech Republic, Poland, Germany and Austria, working at the Laufen Ceramics Factory and in...
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Bustamante Featured in Regional Magazine

Nick Bustamante, Associate Professor and Studio Art Program Chair, is featured in the current issue of Bayou Life Magazine. To see the article please click here. Even better, hunt down a printed version and see images of his artwork. Congratulations, Nick!

Duet Selected as Best in Show

Assistant Professor Nicole Duet’s painting, “Vickie,” has been selected as Best in Show in Fusion Art’s Red, White and Blue Online Juried Exhibition. This work will be featured at the Fusion Art’s Palm Springs Gallery in November. Congratulations, Nicole!