Open Studio Night!
5-7 Lamar Dodd School of Art and Ceramics Building
7-9 Thomas Street Art Complex
Faculty, Staff, Students and Prospective Students welcome!
Lamar Dodd School of Art is coming to Denver on November 3, 2016! Joins us for drinks and starters at the ART in the hotel's, The Living Room.
Fall 2016 PAINTING major AND DRAWING Major PORTFOLIO REVIEW
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
To be eligible for the drawing or painting concentration you must have completed the minimum: Studio Foundation First year program and
Drawing concentration: completed ARST 2000 or 2010 Painting concentration: ARST 2100
Email Professor C. Hocking - firstname.lastname@example.org Today!! - and before Saturday, October 17 @ 5:00 pm to reserve wall space and to get specific hanging instruction and times.
2016 Emerging Scholars Symposium: Modernism Made Monumental
Calling all Dodd Alumni, Students, Faculty, Parents, and Friends…Dodd is officially having a celebratory tailgate party on November 19, 2016!
Raise a glass to honor Bob and Sue Nunnally's recent gift to Lamar Dodd School of Art to transform the Dodd courtyard into a community space and enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with all of your friends.
"Modernism as Mass Spectacle"
Dr. Leja will discuss the reception of European and American modernism at the Armory Show of 1913. Although this is a special meeting of my graduate seminar on “American Modernism” this will be OPEN to all interested students and faculty. Readings of primary source material on art criticism of the Armory Show will be available to those interested.
“Textiles: The Sense of Touch” is a group exhibit of fiber artists curated by UGA professor Jennifer Crenshaw.
The exhibit features work by Los Angeles-based artist Tanya Aguiniga, as well as Athens residents Erin Geagon, Johanna Norry, Courtney McCracken, and Zipporah Thompson.
On view from August 27 - October 8, 2016 at the Lyndon house Arts Center.
Michael Leja (Ph.D., Harvard) studies the visual arts in various media (painting, sculpture, film, photography, prints, illustrations) in the 19th and 20th centuries, primarily in the United States. His work is interdisciplinary and strives to understand visual artifacts in relation to contemporary cultural, social, political, and intellectual developments. He is especially interested in examining the interactions between works of art and particular audiences.
David Brooks (born 1975, Brazil, Indiana) is a New York-based artist. He has exhibited at the Dallas Contemporary (2010); Tang Museum, NY (2014); Nouveau Musée National de Monaco (2011); Sculpture Center, NYC (2010); Miami Art Museum (2011); The Visual Arts Center, Austin (2014); Galerie für Landschaftskunst, Hamburg (2014); the Goethe-Institut, NYC (2014); Nevada Museum of Art (2014); and MoMA/PS1 (2010-11). In 2011-12 Brooks opened Desert Rooftops in Times Square, a 5000 sq. ft. urban earthwork commissioned by Art Production Fund.