Off the Wall is a group exhibition by thirty first-year art students in Professor Imi Hwangbo's foundations Color and Composition classes. Working in small collaborative groups, students created large-scale drawings in black masking tape on the walls and floor of the Foundations Project Space in N105 of the main Dodd building. The show is on view March 2 through 14, 2017 and is open to the public.
The Lamar Dodd School of Art is pleased to present Clues & Scientific Method, a group exhibition at Marcia Wood Gallery in Atlanta featuring Dodd MFA candidates working across a variety of media. Editor and artistic director of ART PAPERS Victoria Camblin, selected the artists for their research-based method of production and evidentiary qualities or approaches. “While visiting the graduate studios in Athens I noticed an investigative or diagnostic impulse in work being made in all disciplines,” says Camblin.
South Carolina State University in Orangeburg, South Carolina recently opened a solo exhibition of work by Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay in the art school’s FAB gallery. Mukhopadhyay is a second-year graduate student in the Photography department at the Lamar Dodd School of Art. For the exhibition Pre/Post/Eros, Mukhopadhyay brought together a series of photographs, including several large-format prints, with video and sculptural installations.
"From the Ground Up" is a small group exhibition at the Greenville Museum of Art in Greenville, North Carolina that highlights the work of the graduate students in the Jewelry & Metalwork program at The University of Georgia. By displaying research in conjunction with the work, the artists allow for an intimate look into what fuels each of their processes.
Dodd MFA candidate Zachary Harris, along with College of Environment and Design student Kiley Aguar, submitted one of two winning proposals to Watershed UGA’s Daylighting the Watershed design competition. Watershed UGA—an interdisciplinary initiative on campus that aims to create a culture of sustainability focused on campus waterways—awarded prizes of $1,000 each to two teams of UGA students—two different campus watershed locations— for their winning design ideas that helped raising awareness of water issues and motivate people to care about them.
The holidays are upon us. It is time to turn our thoughts to this season's shopping list. What better than a unique, handcrafted item from the students of Lamar Dodd School of Art?
The members of the Ceramic Student Organization offer up their wares for your holiday shopping this Wednesday and Thursday. The sale is open to the public and parking is available at the Performing Arts Center Deck at 230 River Road.
The sale will be found in the atrium of the Lamar Dodd School of Art at 270 River Road.
Four Dodd undergraduate student artist-scholars have been nominated to join the Phi Beta Kappa honor society this fall. Phi Beta Kappa is the nation's oldest and most widely known academic honorary society. Election to membership is a distinguished academic honor.
Congratulations to these senior studio art majors:
Katherine Boudreau: double major in Photography & Advertising/PR
Kendal King: Painting
Matthew Ruhlin: Painting and Computer Science minor
Art History major Caroline Harvey (B.A. anticipated December 2016) had her essay “Seduction in the Male Form as Pathway to the Divine: Evocation of Michelangelo in Caravaggio’s Amor Vincit Omnia and Saint John the Baptist” selected for publication in this fall's issue of The Classic, the UGA Writing Intensive Program’s journal of undergraduate writing and research. The essay, written in Dr.
Dodd MFA candidate in photography Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay was recently profiled on Ain't Bad, an independent publisher of new photographic art. The feature included a detailed intereview and display of Mukhopadhyay's series of images and video, Pre/Post/Eros.
Dodd graduate students won three of four awards at the recent 4 minutes, 33 seconds: Spotlight on Scholarship event held in conjunction with the campus Spotlight on the Arts festival this past Friday, November 4th. This third-annual competition featured both poster sessions and presentations about research in the arts conducted by University of Georgia graduate students and awarded cash prizes for research to winners.
News from Associate Director, Kristine Schramer, indicated that all was well in Cortona. As we find out more about the surrounding areas, we will keep you posted.