Assistant Professor Benjamin Britton has a solo exhibition, The Incandescent Sub-Present, opening Thursday, December 1 from 7:00–9:00pm at Marcia Wood Gallery in midtown Atlanta. An artist talk will be held on Saturday, December 17 at 1:00 pm. The show is on view through December 23rd.
Image: Lucky-as-ever, hungry-as-always, 2016. 70 x 65 in., oil and acrylic on canvas over panel
2010 Dodd graduate Rae Cook recently had an illustration featured in the Boston Globe. Cook received her BFA in Printmaking and Book Arts from UGA then went on to pursue her MFA in Illustration from the Savannah College of Art & Design.
Image: by Rae Cook for the Boston Globe (detail)
The Columbia Museum of Art, SC, has purchased a major jumbo print from Professor Joe Norman, titled Strange Fruit, 1999. This large format lithographic triptych measures 42" by 90", and is from the series Strange Fruit.
Dodd faculty and Ideas for Creative Exploration (ICE) Artistic Director Mark Callahan has work included in Friends Only, an interactive exhibition at Gallery Vriend van Bavink in Amsterdam that opened this week and is on view through December 24. The exhibition includes more than forty international artists presenting the visual and performative aspects of contemporary virtual culture and its connection to the physical world.
The San Francisco Foundation announced this week that Dodd Assistant Professor of Photography Marni Shindelman and her collaborator, Nate Larson of MICA in Baltimore, are recipients of the 2016 John Gutmann Photography Fellowship. The annual award is given to emerging artists who exhibit professional accomplishment, serious artistic commitment, and financial need in the field of creative photography.
Dodd MFA candidate Zachary Harris, along with College of Environment and Design student Kiley Aguar, submitted one of two winning proposals to Watershed UGA’s Daylighting the Watershed design competition. Watershed UGA—an interdisciplinary initiative on campus that aims to create a culture of sustainability focused on campus waterways—awarded prizes of $1,000 each to two teams of UGA students—two different campus watershed locations— for their winning design ideas that helped raising awareness of water issues and motivate people to care about them.
The holidays are upon us. It is time to turn our thoughts to this season's shopping list. What better than a unique, handcrafted item from the students of Lamar Dodd School of Art?
The members of the Ceramic Student Organization offer up their wares for your holiday shopping this Wednesday and Thursday. The sale is open to the public and parking is available at the Performing Arts Center Deck at 230 River Road.
The sale will be found in the atrium of the Lamar Dodd School of Art at 270 River Road.
Four Dodd undergraduate student artist-scholars have been nominated to join the Phi Beta Kappa honor society this fall. Phi Beta Kappa is the nation's oldest and most widely known academic honorary society. Election to membership is a distinguished academic honor.
Congratulations to these senior studio art majors:
Katherine Boudreau: double major in Photography & Advertising/PR
Kendal King: Painting
Matthew Ruhlin: Painting and Computer Science minor
Art History major Caroline Harvey (B.A. anticipated December 2016) had her essay “Seduction in the Male Form as Pathway to the Divine: Evocation of Michelangelo in Caravaggio’s Amor Vincit Omnia and Saint John the Baptist” selected for publication in this fall's issue of The Classic, the UGA Writing Intensive Program’s journal of undergraduate writing and research. The essay, written in Dr.
Margaret Morrison’s paintings will be featured in the 13 Street level windows at Kimmel Vitrines, NYU from November 2016 through January 2017. Reliving her ‘playtime’ world of imagination, Morrison observes from a naive perspective yet tantalizes the grown-ups with an undertone both scary and delightful at once.
Morrison will give an artist talk on Thursday, Jan. 5th, 12pm–2pm in New York at Kimmel Vitrines, NYU at LaGuardia Place and West 3rd Street.
Dodd MFA candidate in photography Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay was recently profiled on Ain't Bad, an independent publisher of new photographic art. The feature included a detailed intereview and display of Mukhopadhyay's series of images and video, Pre/Post/Eros.
Margaret Morrison's painting, "“Flying in Formation,” will be featured at the Georgia Museum of Art. In collaboration with the Georgia Review, the Georgia
Museum of Art at the University of Georgia will present the exhibition “Storytelling: The Georgia Review's 70th Anniversary Art Retrospective” from Nov. 5 to Jan. 29.
Margaret Morrison's paintings are currently on view at the Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Art Center in Solomons, Maryland. “Games: Marbles to Minecraft” is on display from October 28, 2016–January 16, 2017 in the Main Gallery. Annmarie is part of the Smithsonian affiliate program which was created in 1996 to offer non-profit cultural and educational organizations the opportunity to have greater access to the Smithsonian Institution's collections and resources.
Monday November, 14 5:30pm
Artist Yoshua Okón will speak about his multidimensional, politically engaged practice, focusing on his most recent project, MIASMA (developed with curator Edgar Alejandro Hernandez). MIASMA explores covert operations of cultural infiltration by the United States government in Mexico. He will present some of his ongoing research, including his revisiting of the documents of art critic José Gomez Sicre, director of visual arts at the Organization of American States (OAS) in Washington D.C. and his relationship with art historian Alfred Barr.