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July 16, 2010

ULM art professor and students visit world famous Louvre, other museums

An assistant professor of art at the University of Louisiana at Monroe is leading a photography course this summer as part of the ULM Study Abroad program, which is being held in London.

Dr. Joni H. Noble, who serves as Consortium Director for the British Studies Program at ULM, is leading the British Studies summer class, which consists of 180 students from 15 different universities across America.

Five participants represent ULM this year: Victoria Smith, Allison Salsbury, Zack Rambin, Logan Knight, and Carrie Jones.

Noble and the students will visit world-renowned museums in London and Paris as part of the course, including the Tate Modern, the National Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Louvre.

The photography students are required to assemble a portfolio of work which reflects a cohesive and unified statement of their “creative voice” as it relates to their study abroad experiences, according to Noble.

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