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Chamber Orchestra Rehearsal

LMU Chamber Orchestra Enjoys Surge of Success

The LMU Chamber Orchestra is enjoying a successful reinvigoration, thanks to the combined efforts of Music Department Chair Mark Saya and chamber orchestra Director Tania Fleischer, as well as a talented group of instructors and student musicians. Currently an ensemble of 16 string musicians, the Chamber Orchestra recently tackled works ranging from classical Schubert to […]

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Pro Dancers Are Making an Impression on LMU Students

Beginning this semester, dance students at Loyola Marymount University will have an important milestone during the sixth week. That is when the new artist-in-residence program, appropriately called the 6th-Week Workshop, happens on campus. The inaugural guest for this semester’s workshop was acclaimed choreographer Debbie Allen and her Debbie Allen Dance Academy in Leimert Park, near […]

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New CFA Space Supports Innovative Learning

What does 21st century education look like? A good place to observe is in Foley Building 210, where the CFA Innovative Learning Classroom was unveiled last semester. A joint effort between the College of Communication and Fine Arts faculty/staff and the Academic Technology team of Information Technology Services, the new space addresses CFA’s evolving pedagogical […]

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Entertainer Kate Micucci ’03 Stays Close to Her Alma Mater

A strength of LMU, and the College of Communication and Fine Arts in particular, is the ongoing involvement of distinguished alumni. A case in point: entertainer Kate Micucci ’03. She can be seen in films such as Mike Birbiglia’s latest movie “Don’t Think Twice” and will star in a romantic comedy “Unleashed,” which will both […]

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Message from the Dean

Dear Friends of CFA, It has been a wonderful 2015-16 academic year and the College of Communication and Fine Arts has much to celebrate. Our current students and former students, our faculty and our staff, are all excelling in the key dimensions of evaluation: teaching/learning, scholarship/creative activities, and service along with a consistent commitment to […]

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