Demitra Thomloudis - Exhibition, Velvet Da Vinci Gallery

CrossPath Promo Photo

CrossPass is a project featuring collaborative and solo works by artists Demitra Thomloudis, and Motoko Furuhashi that examines place through expanded media and the intimate lens of jewelry and small objects. The project targets a distinctive stretch of the Interstate 10 corridor connecting the unique borderplex region of El Paso, Texas to Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Read more about this exhibition and the artist HERE


"material culture: collage/assemblage"


Dodd Associate Professor of Art, Jon Swindler exhibiting at North Seattle College Art Gallery. “material culture” which is a group exhibition focusing on collage and assemblage. The selected artists stretch the classical definition of collage through their explorations of scale, scope, and their unique manipulation of materials. All of the work operates in a society that has primed each of us, individually, to absorb an abundance of information.

Gifts of the Russian Tsars: Professor Asen Kirin Curates Exhibition at Georgia Museum of Art

Professor Asen Kirin Curated the exhibition, "Gifts and Prayers: The Romanovs and Their Subjects," which is the subject of a recent Huffington Post article and a symposium taking place this weekend on September 23 and 24 at the Georgia Museum of Art

Above Image:Cigar box with enamel miniatures celebrating the coronation of Alexander II

Associate Professor Isabelle Loring Wallace featured in The Art Newspaper

Associate Professor Isabelle Loring Wallace was recently featured in The Art Newspaper in an article announcing a major retrospective of Jasper Johns' work to open at the Royal Academy in September 2017. The article, entitled "Royal Academy to Stage Major Jasper Johns Retrospective," appeared on September 2, 2016.

Cortona, Italy Studies Abroad Update: Campus is Safe and Secure After Earthquake

At approximately 3:30 a.m. local time Wednesday, August 24, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit central Italy, causing damage and casualties in areas along the borders between the regions of Umbria, Marche and Lazio. The University of Georgia's International Residential Center in Cortona (Arezzo), located about100 miles northwest of the reported epicenter of the earthquake, was not affected by the incident. All structures and buildings in Cortona have been reported stable and secure.


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