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We Have So Much to Talk About explores the importance of transparency in communication and the accessibility of information. Sarah Kennedy and Trent Johnson, both undergraduate students in Printmaking and Book Arts at the Dodd, present a series of collaborative prints, sculptures, and videos...

Amber Coleman curated this exhibition in conjunction with her applied project for her Masters of Art Education at the Dodd, entitled "Understanding Black Feminist Theory and the Representation of African American Women’s Art in Museums: Engaging Black Women in Critical Dialogue." The purpose of...

This exhibition is a survey of student work created in their studio core classes from 2016-2017. Join us for a closing reception on August 29, 5-7pm

Exhibition closing reception with artist in attendance: March 23, 6–8pm

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

Undergraduate students will be the focus of this curated exhibition, organized by Candice Greathouse, director of Atlanta's Mint Gallery. Undergraduate students are invited to submit works of art for review to Gallery 101 from...

Comfort Tub is a collaborative show featuring the work of Printmaking and Book Arts MFA candidate Megan Burchett and textile artist Maddie Zerkel. For several years, both artists have been exploring the potential that exists at the intersection of paper and fiber arts. With Comfort Tub, they...

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...

"do it" is a curatorial project originally concevied by curator Hans Ulrich Obrist based on a simple proposition: "Create an instruction that someone else can use to make an artwork." In "do it UGA," graduate students at the Dodd select different sets of instructions that will guide their making...

Max

"Max", an exhibition by Dodd Post-MFA Fellow in Photography, Mo Costello, concerns the life of Maximileous Amores of East Providence. The exhibition includes photographs and live performance, featuring local gospel quartet, the Inspirational Heavenly Aires. 

This exhibition is spearheaded by the Air Purifying Plants Proliferation Project, or A-4P, a group of Dodd Printmaking and Painting and Drawing graduate students invested in embracing and investigating the rapid advancement of green practices in the contemporary art studio.

Slagfields features work by Dodd Printmaking and Book Arts MFA candidate Ry McCullough and Findlay, Ohio-based artist Ian Breidenbach. For the past several years they have separately developed studio practices driven by narrative structures and inspired by the tradition of the American landscape...

In Menagerie, MFA candidate in Textiles Zipporah Thompson responds to the sensual properties of the material world through her exploration of the exotic by means of surrealist and folklore traditions.

Zipporah Thompson was born and raised in North Carolina where she attended college and...

Unsung Muses is an exhibition featuring a new series of clay works by undergraduate student in ceramics, Alex Hodge. Her work simultaneously references ancient Greek vessels, art historical tropes, as well as contemporary feminist critique. The hand built pots tell the stories of heroic women,...