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Sondra Perry, who is visiting the Dodd this week as part of the Visiting Artist & Scholar Lecture Series, holds an MFA from Columbia University and currently lives and works in Houston, Texas. Her solo-exhibition, Resident Evil, a large multimedia installation, was on display at...
Image:"Locus," oak, poplar, steel, brass, plastic and electric motor, 4x22x22', 2015
Dodd Alum John Powers (MFA '08, Sculpture) is featured at the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance’s ConFab 2017: Nashville. Powers, a recent Guggenheim fellow and University of Tennessee Professor, will deliver the keynote address at the conference. Powers will also lead an open discussion...
MFA Alum Phillip Scarpone will be exhibiting sculpture and photographic work at The Cluster Gallery, Brooklyn, NY in Fact or Fiction: The Hand in Photography and Information, curated by Matthew Garrison. The exhibition will be on view October 7 through October 29, 2017. IMAGE:...
Drawing I students and their instructor Catherine Clements, a second year MFA candidate of Printmaking and Book Arts, have been hard at work in the Studio Core Project Space over the past two weeks. During their time in the space, Clements’ students have created the exhibition, Time and Space...
Shawn Campbell, Herschel Walker's Mouthgaurd
Each year, the Madison Museum of Fine Art in Madison, Georgia exhibits works by Dodd MFA students, curated by Dodd MA Art History students in the exhibition Making Masters. This year’s 9th Annual Making Masters exhibition is on view from September 23 through October 14, 2017. Art...
Forest Kelley, Michael
The Photography area welcomes its newest Fellow Forest Kelley. The Fellow in Photography is an ongoing program at the School of Art that provides a year of teaching and support for a recent MFA graduate. Kelley is a photographer with teaching experience who will contribute to all aspects of the...
Hong Hong. Selection from All the Light in a Vivid Dream series, 2017. Kozo, repurposed paper, dust, sun, water, 150 x 140 in. Photographer: John Groo. Courtesy of Artist and Real Art Ways (Hartford). © Hong Hong
School of Art alumna Hong Hong was recently featured in Art21 Magazine. The article focuses on her practice in relation to a solo exhibition at Real Art Ways in Hartford, Conneticut. Hong is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice spans papermaking, sculpture, installation, and performance...
Ju Yeon Kim
This year, the Lamar Dodd School of Art is hosting a scholar in residence for the first time. Dr. Ju Yeon Kim comes to the School from Seoul, Korea where she is an associate professor of Interior Architectural Design at Soongsil University. During her time in residence, she will conduct research...
Image: Joseph Norman, Four Little Girls No. 3 from the series Jim Crow's Scarecrows
Professor of Drawing and Painting Joseph Norman currently has artwork on display at the University of Maryland’s David C. Driskell Center. The exhibition, The Last Ten Years: In Focus, showcases art and archive acquisitions made during the last decade to add to its expansive...
Associate Professor Mary Hallam Pearse’s piece Feeding Desire is one of the images featured on the cover of the new book, Narrative Jewelry: Tales from the Toolbox. Narrative Jewelry showcases today’s makers, ranging from newly graduated students to the luminaries of the jewelry...

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