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Department of Art

Studying arts at Loyola University New Orleans provides you the opportunity of a lifetime. We offer disciplines in art history and visual culture, computer-based imaging, drawing, motion graphics, painting, photography, print design, printmaking and sculpture.

As a student studying art, you could:

  • Review the works of the St. Claude’s Collective or other area arts organizations as you build the writing skills pertinent to the arts.
  • Work with Julia Street art dealers and the city museums as you gain critical thinking and the social and business skills required to compete effectively in the contemporary art world.
  • Let the world become your blackboard as you travel to meet working artists in cities like New York, or participate in an arts-based study abroad program.
  • Participate in senior exhibitions of your artwork in one of our two art galleries.

student Achievements + Research

Exhibition showcases work of 2018 Grote Award and Scully Scholarship recipients

Zoë Blair-Schlagenhauf, recipient of the 2018 Mark Grote Endowment Award, and Mercedes Alvarez and Patrick Burtchaell, winners of the 2018 Scully Scholarship, will be honored at this exhibition.

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faculty Achievements + Research

alumni Achievements + Research

Photo Alum Documents Mayoral Campaign

Loyola Art alumnus Matthew Dietrich, BFA '16, went from summer volunteer to lead photographer for LaToya Cantrell's historic mayoral campaign.

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