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Arianna Valle, class of 2012, was recently accepted into the Master of Fine Arts program at Parsons The New School for Design in New York City. Ms. Valle majored in Photography.
Annelise Furnald and William Thacker (Photography Majors) placed 1st and 2nd respectively in this years Demonstration & Performance category of the Loyola Undergraduate Student Research and Scholarship Colloquium. Both artists recently exhibited their Senior Projects in the front gallery at the Loyola Notre Dame Library.
Lake Newton, Affiliate Faculty & Photography Lab Technician, has recently exhibited two solo shows (Painters' Choice- New Orleans / Storyville- Memphis) as well as participated in group shows in Baltimore, Gainesville, FL, and Atlanta. A selection from his project In the Realm of Louis was featured in the online journal Eyes on the South, Oxford American magazine.
The Loyola Theatre program presented Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett. The play follows a pair of men who divert themselves while waiting for someone named Godot to arrive. To occupy the time they perform various activities and contemplate many things, leaving the audience very entertained. Waiting for Godot was directed by Professor Natka Bianchini.
Katie Fow '12, a recent graduate in Art History, has been awarded an internship with the Exhibition Department at the Freer & Sackler Galleries of the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. She will be working on an upcoming exhibition and other projects.
The Loyola University Evergreen Players were proud to present, Titus Andronicus, by William Shakespeare. Known perhaps as his bloodiest and most violent work, the play is set during the latter days of the Roman Empire and tells the story of Titus, a general in the Roman army, who is caught in a cycle of revenge with Tamora, Queen of the Goths. The play was directed by Dr. Jim Bunzli, and ran from Thursday, February 21st at 7pm, February 22nd at 8pm, Saturday February 23rd at 8pm, and Sunday, February 24th at 2pm. All shows are at the McManus Theatre on the campus of Loyola University Maryland.
Kerry Boeye, Assistant Professor of Art History, participated in a public discussion with Shahizia Sikander, an internationally acclaimed contemporary artist, on November 8th at The Jewish Museum in New York in conjunction with the exhibition, "Crossing Borders: Hebrew Manuscripts from the Bodleian Library."
Janet Maher, Associate Professor of Visual Arts, has recently published "From the Old Sod to the Naugatuck Valley," Apprentice House. The book explores the history of Ireland through the perspective of Catholicism, bringing it to the origins of Catholicism in Connecticut, then to several Irish families whose personal stories extend to the present. The book is available on Amazon.com
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