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Art History Exhibition: (Re) Imagining Each Other

The Hannon Library Spring 2017 Archives and Special Collections gallery exhibition, (Re) Imagining Each Other, explores issues of race and culture through the examination of 19th-century illustrated texts, early 20th-century sculpture and postcards as well as contemporary ritual items from the permanent collections of the William H. Hannon Library’s Archives and Special Collections and the Loyola […]

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Art History Clinical Faculty Elevated to Tenure-Track

This summer, the Department of Art and Art History of the College of Communication and Fine Arts promoted Dr. Amanda Herring to a full-time tenure track faculty member. With a specialization in ancient Greek and Roman art history, she has been at LMU since 2012 as a clinical assistant professor. Dr. Herring received a B.A. […]

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The Financial Impact

Maria Loreto Lopez ’16, an art history major from Montebello, California, has benefited from the Communication and Fine Arts  Scholarship; the CFA Council Scholarship; and the Sarah Nell Noble Art History Scholarship. She shared this first-hand perspective of how being a scholarship recipient has affected her college experience.   I largely identify with my Hispanic heritage and I […]

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Studio Arts-Art History Alumna Returns to Exhibit Her Work

“Following the Prescribed Path” is an exhibit that seeks to tell a story of many journeys, both near and far. One might say that following a predetermined road, as the title suggests, is less creative than wandering unintentionally. However, the artists suggest otherwise. Erin Mallea ’12 is one of seven artists that contributed to the […]

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Survey Reaches Out to Art History Graduates

What are you doing now? Did you discover your love of art history at LMU? We want to celebrate our art history graduates and catch up with you. We have put together a survey that will help us bring art history majors together and guide us on improving the program. What postgraduate employment did you […]

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