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Division of Fine Arts & Media

The Division of Fine Arts & Media seeks to help students develop their God-given talents in the areas of Music, Art, Theatre, and Journalism with the help of a truly creative Christian faculty.

Louisiana College's Department of Music offers a stellar music education taught by educators who are active performers, as well as pedagogy experts. Musical performance groups include the chorale, The Voices of Louisiana College, Opera, The Louisianians and the Wildcat Marching Band.

The Department of Art includes computer graphics labs, ceramics, painting, drawing and design studios, photography, darkroom, woodworking shop and a gallery devoted to student and professional exhibitions.

The Music, Art , Mass Communication and Theatre Departments prepare the student for careers in their respective fields or for graduate studies through a creatively intense program of study.

The Division of Fine Arts & Media also includes Mass Communication  and Theatre. Their purpose is to develop in its majors a broad base of academic skills and tools implicit in a liberal arts environment while also exposing the College community to speech and performing arts events that glorify God, enrich experience and broaden understanding.

The Department of Journalism is offering students a fresh approach to Journalism Education. Students will learn writing and reporting skills from faculty whose expertise has been developed in the real world setting.

As the world of journalism faces challenges from the transition to an online world, Louisiana College is embracing that change by offering students a fresh approach to journalism education. Currently, LC is moving to an online version of its student newspaper, The Wildcat.

KZLC is the student run non-commercial educational radio station. It is known as the "Voice of Louisiana College" 95.5 LP FM and is located on the campus of Louisiana college. The best in current contemporary christian music is played by student D J's.

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