DESIGN INTERNSHIPS

 

All Design Majors are required to participate in two internships during their time at Loyola. Our students are placed at agencies and studios near and far. Many go on to receive staff positions after graduation. Below are some of our most exciting student-company matches, both previous and current.

 

 

ANTENNA

 

Antenna had its beginnings as the artist and writer collective Press Street, and so much of this history refers to Press Street during the nearly 10 years it operated as such. The organization formed in 2005 with a mission to promote art and literature in the community through events, publications and arts education. Shortly after Katrina, Press Street began producing events in small businesses that had yet to reopen, including the Saturn Bar and Preservation Hall, to promote a symbiotic relationship between small businesses, non-profits and artists in the city’s rebuilding. 

 
 

SPRING 2016: Alaina Fontenot

Alaina worked with artist John Slade on turning 8 of his comic books into an anthology. Presented here are the cover, inside cover, and three spreads from the book. This project took approximately 1.5 months and I worked from the beginning design stages to the final binding and edge cutting. 


 

BARE BONES STUDIO

 
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Christopher Kirsch is the owner of Bare Bones Studio and an accomplished printmaker, papier-mâché sculptor, painter and photographer born and raised in New Orleans, LA. His love for the history, cultural traditions and beauty of his native Louisiana is evident in his career as an artist, which began as a self-taught painter and eventually evolved into his true calling, printmaking.

 
 

SPRING 2017: ANDRES ARAUZ

Andre worked as a printing apprentice to Kirsch at Bare Bones where he learned different printing techniques and the ins-and-outs of running a small business.

 
 

BOX PAPER SCISSORS

 
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Box Paper Scissors is an upscale stationary and paper accessory boutique located on Magazine Street, Box Paper Scissor specializes in unique fine paper products. The small shop sells writers accessories, gift wrapping, art books, and stationary. Box Paper Scissor imports its contemporary paper selections from around the world, and also sells locally designed products made by New Orleans artists.

 
 

SPRING 2017: KATIE FREDERICK

Katie was a design intern at Box Paper Scissors, where she studied under a mentor to create branded labels for stationary ribbons that the company was planning to sell. Katie assisted with a wedding project as well as in-house marketing graphics.





 

 
 

SPRING 2016: HAMZAH KAHN

Hamzah supported Box Paper Scissors in design and motion needs, completing a series of short stop motion pieces promoting Art for Art's Sake. Hamzah also contributed to an in-house rebrand.  

 
 

 

DEYNOODT MARKETING

 

Deynoodt is a New Orleans based marketing group that helps companies leverage all methods of commincation in order to reach their clients. 

 
 
 

FALL 2016: KAITLYNN CLEMENT

Kaitlynn participated in a project that helps non-profits rebrand their leave-behind materials as a way of helping those organizations better reach their audiences. Her project of focus was for a group called Rain Tree. 

 
 

 

FLATLAND STUDIO

 
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Flatland is a New Orleans based motion graphics, design, and video production studio. We create exceptional animations and videos for any business, organization, band, or individual with an idea they want to put in motion. We blend artistic experience and technical skill to create meaningful, visually stunning projects.

 
 

SPRING 2017:PATRICK FLEMING

Patrick is one of the Design Department's most talented motion students and fittingly, he took an internship that allowed him to expand his skills and deliver motion pieces to clients. He played a role supporting the small team at Flatland and lending his design skills when needed. 

 

NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

 
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FALL 2017: KATIE FREDERICK

Katie served as a design intern for the in-house NOMA design team. She was responsible for regular invitations and for one-time events. She produced a sizable amount of branded works for NOMA.