College of

Communication and Fine Arts

Loyola Marymount University

The College of Communication & Fine Arts is a dynamic thinking, creating, and performing community that is wholly committed to exploring creative and critical expression as an essential component of educating the whole person. Welcome!

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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The LMU College of Communication and Fine Arts seeks to engage a process of addressing historical omission of difference through a concerted politic of radical cultural representation across racial / ethnic / gendered identities. With ongoing collaboration between our faculty, staff and especially our students and alumni; with each assigning time, talent and treasure—we will work together toward activating strategies and programs for change.

Learn more about CFA Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.


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Studio Arts

Public Art at LMU is Celebrated in Student-Produced Booklet

New booklet highlights how public art fosters connection and understanding among students and staff on campus.

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New Podcast Revives the Lost Art of the Dance Review

“On Dance” is dedicated to celebrating and supporting local dancers and performers in the Los Angeles area.

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Art History

Leadership in the Arts through a Getty Marrow Internship

Senior Abbey Wineglass was awarded a coveted Getty internship this summer, working in diversity through data analysis.

Our People

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Linda Cardellini '97

"LMU was an incredible playground and building block for my career and my life in Los Angeles. The teachers, staff and students gave me a community of creative, collaborative, and wonderful people to rely on as I ventured out into the unknown.”

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Tony Brown, '92

"You cannot be indifferent to the importance of art in our society. Art has the possibility to affect people – particularly children – in transformative ways. Art is communication, and we need to remember that.”

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Justin Lai '14

“The small studio arts classes at LMU gave me the opportunity to really get to know my professors, and I learned just as much from my professors in office hours and casual settings as I did in the classroom.”

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Charissa Kroeger '15

“The network I gained while at LMU connected me to the contemporary dance community in L.A. which launched my career. I was thoroughly educated in many styles of dance, and because of that my versatility has been an asset.“

News & Events

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CFA Co-Sponsors Inaugural Global Conversation with Scholars Gates and Soyinka

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LMU Ensembles Shine in Performance of Hallelujah Chorus

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By the Numbers

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Student-to-Faculty Ratio

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Theatre Arts Program in the Nation

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Students Receiving Financial Aid

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