Andre Bradley's exhibit You Can't Blame Some Body is on display in the Dodd Photography Area's Hardigree Hall on the second floor south wing through November. Images from three bodies of work are brought together in the exhibition: Bad Selections 2015, Naïve Format 2015–2016, and Dark Archives 2015. The images together assert the autobiography of the artist in a photographic counter-narrative, attempting to represent the three precarious and vulnerable bodies of one black man, the emotional, physical, and psychological.
Watercolor Splice is a collaborative project between an artist, Erin McIntosh and the experimental design lab, C-U-B-E. Through the construction of watercolor collages, participants are exploring design through analog process, working out visual ideas through multiple compositions with playful but considered attention to color, shape, pattern, and contrast.
Room N231, Oct 29- Nov 17, 2016
Room N231, 7-8 p.m., Nov 11, 2016
The book Ave Maria, a collaboration between Rylan Steele and Nora Wendl, was recently published by Savannah, GA-based independent press Aint–Bad. Steele is a widely exhibited photographer who teaches at Columbus State University (GA) as Associate Professor of Photography. In 2007, he received his Master of Fine Arts degree in Photography from the Lamar Dodd School of Art.
“SunKoo Yuh: Grafted Stories” opens at the Miami Dade College Museum of Art + Design (MDC Museum) on November 30 with a solo presentation of work by Professor SunKoo Yuh. Yuh teaches ceramics at the Lamar Dodd School of Art. Displaying art made over the past 12 years, the exhibition features large-format porcelain tiles and ceramic sculptures in addition to works on paper.
above image: SunKoo Yuh, Repatriations
Dodd graduate students won three of four awards at the recent 4 minutes, 33 seconds: Spotlight on Scholarship event held in conjunction with the campus Spotlight on the Arts festival this past Friday, November 4th. This third-annual competition featured both poster sessions and presentations about research in the arts conducted by University of Georgia graduate students and awarded cash prizes for research to winners.
Katie Geha, Director of the Dodd Galleries in the School of Art, will travel to Nanjing, China to take part in organizing the 3rd Annual Nanjing Arts Festival held at the new Baija Lake Museum. The exhibition, which runs from November 12, 2016 to February 12, 2017 explores the theme “Historicode: Scarcity and Supply” and features over 315 artists selected from a panel of international curators.
Inspired by the spectacle of humanity in flux, UGA School of Art faculty Mike Calway-Fagen approaches sculpture as an open-ended plurality of associative possibilities, theoretical frameworks, and material arrangements. He has shown in the United Kingdom, Canada, and across the United States. An exhibition of sculpture, sound, collage, chewing gum, and digital animation spread over two floors in the Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Zipporah Thompson, Dodd MFA ('14) and Kelly Kristin Jones who was on the faculty as the Dodd Post-MFA photo fellow in 2012, have been selected finalists for the 2016 Artadia Atlanta Awards. Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue, announced five finalists for its 2016 Atlanta Awards including Jones and Thomposon along with T. Lang, Jiha Moon and Cosmo Whyte. Artadia is a New York-based national program that supports visual artists.
Image: Off the Street, On the Beach; mixed media of found objects
News from Associate Director, Kristine Schramer, indicated that all was well in Cortona. As we find out more about the surrounding areas, we will keep you posted.
In 2013, IBM wanted to initiate a sustainable culture of design around a set of principles and practices called IBM Design Thinking. Its goal was to improve how the company creates user-oriented solutions in its products. Since then, IBM has hired over 750 additional designers, four of whom are recent grads from the University of Georgia’s Lamar Dodd School of Art. These four UGA hires currently work with IBM Design, after receiving their BFA degrees from the School of Art with a major in graphic design.
Lamar Dodd School of Art is in Denver on November 3, 2016
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.
"The Oracle Series," a new series of constructed drawings by faculty member Imi Hwangbo, has been acquired by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. In this series of three-dimensional drawings, the artist has combined floral and geometric patterns with a field of brilliant color. Silhouetted by a palette of blues and reds, the patterns create a kaleidoscopic drawing that changes with the viewer's position.