Thursday, March 31:
6:00 pm: Laura Deems, Fabric Design
6:30 pm: Hannah Ehrlich, Fabric Design
7:00- 7:10: Intermission
7:10-7:40: Morgan Van Meter, Fabric Design
Thursday, March 31:
Open to everyone who is interested in Graphic Design
- the experimental design lab, C-U-B-E
From Homeless to Hypergrowth: A punk art student’s path to building one of America’s fastest growing companies. Hear Kit Hughes, UGA School of Art alum and founder of digital agency Look-Listen, describe his journey to success. 3-4 p.m., 101 Miller Learning Center.
Veronica Kessenich is the Executive Director of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta's leading non-collecting instituion for contemporary art. She has worked in the arts in Atlanta for over a decade as a gallerist, educator and non-profit professional.
The Willson Center for Humanities & Arts will host world renowned sustainable fashion designer and entrepreneur Natalie Chanin of Alabama Chanin (http://www.alabamachanin.com) on campus on January 28th and 29th. Her Global Georgia talk will be on Friday, January 29th at 5:00PM at the UGA Chapel (free and open to the public). http://willson.uga.edu/news/speakers-and-events-for-2016-global-georgia-...
The daughter of a molecular biologist and art teacher, Beth Cavener has pursued the connections between art and science throughout her career. She received her MFA in ceramics from Ohio State University, was a resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation for two years, and had a recent solo exhibition the Huntington Museum of Art, in Huntington, WV.
Teaching with Original Works of Art: Traditions of Active Learning and Collection Sharing at the Yale University Art Gallery
A Public Lecture to be delivered by:
Henry J. Heinz II Director
Yale University Art Gallery
The Round Table discussion will feature Jill Frank, Baldwin Lee, Michael David Murphy, Mike Smith, Mark Steinmentz and moderated by Marni Shindelman, Assistant Professor of Photography a with Dodd. Discussion will run from 3-4:30pm a the Lyndon House Arts Center.
MFA candidate in Painting and Drawing, Heather Foster, will discuss her curated exhibition Potato, an on-going cumulative exhibition that takes the insult “Couch Potato” as its point of inspiration. The gallery talk will begin at 12 noon.
Artists Jonathan Wahl & Sondra Sherman will discuss their exhibition "Parallels" at 2:30pm. The gallery talk will be moderated by curator of the exhbition, Dodd Associate Professor of Jewelry and Metals Mary Hallam Pearse.
Paul Pfeiffer will be the in-residence Dodd Chair beginning spring 2016 and continuing through spring of 2018.
Athens new Public Art Consultant, Todd Bressi, will host a lecture by Matthew Mazzotta, a conceptual artist who has worked in the field of Public Art for 15 years. Mazzotta's projects manifest themselves as participatory public interventions that aim to bring a sense of openness to the places we live. The objects, situations, and spaces he creates ask us to relate to ourselves and to each other in unfamiliar ways, in hopes of finding new perspectives on how we see ourselves in this world.
JOHN HENDRIX loves to draw. In fact, he would much rather be drawing than writing this self-aggrandising bio.