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A series of artist talks by emerging artists working in painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, photography and new genres. Please join us for a series of artist talks by emerging artists working in painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, photography and new genres.  These 30 minute...
Art X Instructor Chris Cogan will show his latest 16mm film: “NO MOON” at the Internationale Kurtzfilmtage Oberhausen, Germany in May. Cogan’s work will be presented by Light Cone, Paris at the Lichtburg Film Palast. About the Oberhausen Festival:  For over 50 years...
Art X Instructor Chris Cogan will present a new sculptural installation at the Kranenburgh Museum in Bergen Noord, Holland as part of the “MANIFESTEN” group exhibition.  Folkert de Jong, who will also participate in the show. “MANIFESTEN” opens May 3rd and...
Exhibition opens April 10 at the Georgia Museum of Art  For the first time, Master of Fine Arts degree candidates in the University of Georgia Lamar Dodd School of Art are taking their exit show on the road. Partnerships in Atlanta and New York City are giving the students the...
Cogan presents as part of the “MANIFESTA” group exhibition CHRIS COGAN AT KRANENBURGH MUSEUM HOLLAND: “MANIFESTA” Art X Instructor Chris Cogan will present a new sculptural installation at the Kranenburgh Museum in Bergen Noord, Holland as part of the “...
Associate professor of art history Isabelle Loring Wallace talks her about the work of Jasper Johns and her new book on the artist, published by Phaidon Focus.
R G BRown, III will be exhibiting "Afloat" in the Circle Gallery of the College of Environment and Design. Afloat is a compendium of works by RG Brown that explores the notion of journey and the memories of new-found places and experiences. For RG, boats hold a primary...
The art history area organizes a one-day conference on medieval architecture in memory of professor Thomas E. Polk II,  Long-time and much loved professor Thomas E. Polk II (retired 2006) died in 2014. Using funds donated to the School in his memory, the art history area is organizing a one...
Linnea West is a writer, art blogger, and Athens native pursuing a master’s in art history at the University of Georgia. She is also a participant in BURNAWAY’s Emerging Art Writers Mentorship Program.  "Linnea West wrote this essay for the fifth session of our ...
Professor Joseph Norman's exhibition at Columbia Museum of art introduces two complete print portfolios: Out at Home: The Negro Baseball League, Volume I, and Patti’s Little White Lies. While Norman’s work is said to be concerned with social injustice, inequality, and...

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