Gallery 101

Tripwire explores anxieties between Local and Global through the works of immigrant artists and artists from the American South that investigate through a variety of media, themes of dislocation, home, surveillance, exploration, and technology. This grouping of artists is not only an attempt at...

Opening Reception Friday November 10, 6-8pm
Gallery Hours Saturday November 11, 2-4pm

Elizabeth Rogers, Dodd MFA candidate in Art X presents four distinct works addressing the body: resonance, reverberation, image, surface, slip, language, mark, trace, make, extract, link, write,...

Exhibition reception: Saturday, August 19, 5-7pm 

Inspired by the League of Lady Wrestlers that originated in Dawson City, Canada, the South East Women Wrestlers was formed in Athens, Georgia in the summer of 2017 to continue the tradition of subverting patriarchal oppression and the male gaze through spectacle.

Exhibition closing reception: March 23, 6-8pm

Exhibition Opening Reception: Friday, January 27, 6-8pm

Lecture by Michi Meko: Wednesday, January 25, 12:30pm N150

New York-based artist, David Stein, will work with Professor Erin Moore’s Data Visualization class to create an exhibition that pictures the objects in a days’ newspaper. The result will be a three-dimensional portrait of the news, a sculptural tone-poem, and a museum of a day in the world. As...

Spectra relates to a broad array of ideas or objects, all falling on a continuum which aptly describes the works by artists teaching at the Lamar Dodd School of Art featured in this exhibition. Such artists include Benjamin Britton, an abstract painter who creates works that represent or embody...

Something about Things: Rachel Cox’s Some Points

Dodd Professorial Chair, Paul Pfeiffer, presents three major video works: Desiderata, Fragment of a Crucifixion, and Pure Products Go Crazy. Best known for digitally manipulated images of athletes and celebrities, Pfeiffer’s celebrated work in the mediums of installation, photography, and video...

Pictures of Us is a city-wide exhibition that features photographs from the Do Good Fund, a public collection that focuses on the acquisition of contemporary Southern Photography. No Strangers Here featured at the Dodd Galleries, exhibits works by artists from the 1970s to our current period who...

Photo Topos is an invitation to contemplate how the physical environment takes on a new existence in the pictorial spaces that photographers create. The current display features three artists who live in Athens, Georgia. Their work involves the sense of place considered in three distinctly...

Video artist Dani Levenathal’s 54 Days this Winter 36 Days this Spring for 18 Minutes condenses 9 minutes of each day into a 16 minute video montage of impressions which allow the viewer to create a variety of connections. Or as Levanthal explains, “I complicate and make meaning in editing. I...

Video 101 is a series featuring new video & film works in Gallery 101 by emerging and established artists. Barry Stone’s Hum is a multimedia project that places images from 80’s metal magazines, cloud pyramids, and broken Camaros alongside a 16-minute suite of music composed of the sounds of...

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