Centenary Alumni Attract Local Attention- Articles in The Shreveport Times
SHREVEPORT — Three Centenary graduates, Jon Rothell, '01, Autumn Frazier, '05, and Drew Ley, '04, are highlighted in The Shreveport Times for their artistic contributions to the local area.
Jon Rothell graduated from Centenary with a degree in commmunication with an emphasis on film. He is attending the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, hoping to earn a degree in cinema production by 2006. Along with two other instructors, Rothell is teaching a three-week video workshop at the Renzi Center this month. Read The Times article about Rothell online at: http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050617/ENT/506170305&SearchID=73211831480863
Autumn Frazier, who graduated with a degree in art, will participate with seven other local women in an all-female art exhibit called "Art and the Feminine Perspective Through the Generations" at the Bistineau Gallery and Arodasi Dance Cente on 327 Market Street this summer. Read The Times article about Frazier online at: http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050610/LIVING/506090341&SearchID=73211037132512
Having studied music composition and music theory at Centenary, the 23-year-old Drew Ley now serves as accompanist at Willow Point Baptist Church in Shreveport and also plays the piano at Columbia Cafe. In addition, Ley is producing his fifth CD, which will be released in about a month. Read The Times article about Ley online at: http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050610/ENT/506100306&SearchID=73211040298706
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