Keith Lewis' jewelry deals with issues of sexual identity, loss, memory and the notion of jewelry as a transportable polemic.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Lamar Dodd School of Art, Room N100 - 5:45PM
The Lamar Dodd School of Art is sponsoring a field trip to the Michael C. Carlos Museum in Atlanta on Sunday, January 26 in conjunction with the exhibition "Romare Bearden: A Black Odyssey".
"Romare Bearden: A Black Odyssey".
Field Trip to Michael C. Carlos Museum Atlanta, Sunday, January 26
In a one-hour documentary scheduled for broadcast this December, WUGA-TV showcases a current exhibition on Russian art at the Georgia Museum of Art.
In the program, “Two Powerful Women: The Collectors of Russian Art,” WUGA-TV news anchor Alexia Ridley guides viewers through works of decorative art that were once commissioned for Catherine the Great’s use or given as gifts in her court.
New work in Sculpture
This fall ARST 3400 “Construction in Metal” was taught by Adjunct Instructor LeeAnn Mitchell with Jacob Brault (MFA Sculpture 2014), serving as the practicum graduate student. For their last project the students were challenged with “Site Specific-Site Sensitive”. Four of the students chose to collaborate in pairs and two students produced pieces on their own. Three of the four sculptures were placed at various locations on campus with one interior installation at the Thomas Street Art Annex.
Interview with artist and professor Hasan Elahi during his visit to the School of Art during the fall 2013 semester. Elahi visited LDSOA as part of the Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecure Series.
Work from current and former painting graduate students
Current graduate student in painting Elizabeth Kleene along with former painting graduate students Brock Gordon, Jessica McVey, Jess Wohl and Jamie Bull are exhibiting their work at Mint Gallery in Atlanta.
MINT is proud to announce Live Amateurs, our 1st Annual Juried Exhibition to be hosted at MINT Gallery in Atlanta, GA in January 2014. Juried by artist Craig Drennen, Live Amateurs will showcase the work of 55 of the most exciting emerging artists currently living and working in the Southeast United States.
Kelly Guyotte, a doctoral candidate in the Lamar Dodd School of Art, profiled in UGA Graduate Spotlight
Kelly Guyotte, a doctoral candidate in the Lamar Dodd School of Art, explores synergistic learning through teaching in a Transdisciplinary Design Studio. The studio is part of a larger project funded by the National Science Foundation. Read more about her work at http://www.grad.uga.edu/spotlight.html.
"Portals," a solo show by faculty member Imi Hwangbo, will be exhibited at the Pavel Zoubok Gallery in New York City from February 13 - March 15, 2014.
Professor Hwangbo's work in constructed drawing is based on the ornamentation of Buddhist temples and Italian cathedrals. Her artworks are made with translucent mylar that is colored, cut, and layered to become extravagantly refined, labor-intensive reliefs.
Nicole Akstein, MAEd student in Art Education, has designed and taught area youth using photography and writing as a means of exploring cultural identity.
This exhibition is the culmination of her Applied Project and will be held in the Art Education Gallery Feb. 6-Feb. 16. An opening reception will be held on Thursday Feb 6 from 5:00-7:00 pm.
Jewelry & Metals students will be holding a student-made jewelry sale February 11-13, 2014.
On February 24 & 25, Dr. Juan Carlos Castro (Assistant Professor of Art Education, Concordia University in Montreal) will be visiting UGA as a Franklin Visiting Scholar.
Dr. Castro is giving a series of presentations that explore the intra-actions between art pedagogy, social media and civic engagement.
LATTICEWORKS, an independent collective of graduate students at UGA is holding its first community art event and exhibition called "Crossfire" on Thursday, February 20th
The event will be held at 2085 South Milledge Ave., Athens, Ga 30602 from 7:30-11 pm. There will be live music, food, refreshments, art and other creative activities. The exhibition features over 30 artists in and around the Athens community. They'll be exhibiting their collaboratively-made artworks in a one-night only pop-up show. The public is welcome to attend!