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CFA News & Events
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Our Ongoing Commitment: CFA and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
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Community Art Responds to Self-Isolation and Racial Injustices
Ash and Feather Zoom meeting.
Theatre Arts Champions Intersectional Issues with Podcast
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St. Ignatius Dialogues Explore Hunger and Homelessness
Our People
Kate Micucci
Kate Micucci '03
"Every day I'm making something."
Van Partible
Van Partible '93
"I learned how to embrace new opportunities."
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Tony Brown, '92
"You cannot be indifferent to the importance of art in our society"
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Sean Baba '16
“I challenge myself to be a better steward for the resources I have, and for those entrusted to my care.”

Upcoming Events

  • Fri, 27 Nov 2020 20:00:00 -0800
    Violin and viola faculty Ken Aiso and staff accompanist Valeria Morgovskaya present livestreamed mini concert from home. Free and open, every Monday, Wednesday, and...
  • Thu, 03 Dec 2020 18:30:00 -0800
    LMU Dance invites you to participate in a series of town hall meetings on "Decolonizing" Dance: Sharing ideas on moving past oppressive systems of race, hierarchy, and...
By The Numbers
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5:1
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
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#3
Theatre Arts Program in the Nation
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83%
Students Receiving Financial Aid
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100
Live Performances & Events a Year

"Following my time at LMU, I was able to fully realize the potential of art as a vehicle for social change, that through this medium we can disseminate the stories of marginalized communities. In the process of co-creation, people can contribute to their community through art, and also change their perspectives in finding hope for the future."

- Berenice Badillo, '06, Marital and Family Therapy