Printmaking graduate students Michael Levine and Jess Machacek are featured in the March 2014 edition of the University of Georgia Magazine.
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SCHMUCK is special exhibition and the oldest exhibition of contemporary jewellery work in the world.
It takes place since 1959 every year during the International Trade Fair in March.
In additional to Schmuck show there was SCHMUCK-Days, over 40 pop-up satellite exhibitions scattered around Munich.
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March 28-29, 2014: Emerging Scholars Symposium, The University of Georgia
The Association of Graduate Art Students (AGAS) at the University of Georgia, in partnership with the Georgia Museum of Art, presents the “While Silent, They Speak: Art and Diplomacy.” The symposium will be held in conjunction with the exhibition Art Interrupted: Advancing American Art and the Politics of Cultural Diplomacy and coincides with the exhibition’s fourth and final installation at the Georgia Museum of Art, January 25-April 20, 2014.
Eat White Dirt, a film by Adam Forrester (MFA Photography 2013), is featured this week in NPR's the salt.
Eat White Dirt, a film by Adam Forrester (MFA Photography 2013), is featured this week in NPR's the salt. Adam started the film during his graduate studies, and it is set for release late this summer in select venues.
Joshua Greer's (MFA 2009, photography) Point Pleasant project has solo exhibition opening and article in WIRED.com
Gloria Wilson, an artist, researcher, and educator, draws on the fields of cognitive psychology, visual culture, and education to examine how Black art teachers navigate academia and the art world.
Spelman College Museum of Fine Art Thursday, April 24, 2014 6:30 p.m.
Drawing and Painting Professor Benjamin Britton, current MFA student Elizabeth Kleene, and former MFA student Tyrus Lytton featured in CBS Atlanta as three of the best up-and-coming visual artists in Atlanta.
CBS Atlanta named Drawing and Painting Professor Benjamin Britton, 2014 MFA Candidate Elizabeth Kleene, and former MFA student Tyrus Lytton as three of the best up-and-coming visual artists in the Atlanta area.
Congratulations to PhD Students Laura Lake Smith and Victoria Eudy, Recipients of the 2014 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award!
Laura Lake Smith, PhD Candidate in Art History and Victoria Eudy, PhD student in Art Education, are the 2014 recipients of the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award! This is a university-wide competitive award and recipients are selected by the Graduate School. Congratulations to Laura and Victoria!
Interior Design Professor Jain Kwon and senior present adaptive reuse and sustainable design projects at the Special Collections Library.
You are invited to join the Office of Sustainability for a celebration of sustainability on campus and beyond.This is a great opportunity for engagement, collaboration, and a shared celebration of projects and initiatives that have taken place this semester to further sustainability.
UGA Special Collections Library, April 29, 2014, 11AM-1PM
Gallery 101, May 2-8, 2014 / Closing Reception May 8, 2014, 6-8PM
Martha Easton McLemore
Tom Polk, who taught Art History at the University of Georgia from 1975-2006, beloved by students and colleagues alike, died May 8, 2014 at the age of 73.
Receives honorable mention in the “Art” category from Foreword Reviews’ IndieFab Book of the Year Awards
Exuberance of Meaning: The Art Patronage of Catherine the Great (1762-1796), published by the Georgia Museum of Art in conjunction with the exhibition mounted there in 2013, received an honorable mention in the “Art” category from Foreword Reviews’ IndieFab Book of the Year Awards. Dr. Asen Kirin, who is this volume’s primary author, also served as a guest curator of the exhibition.
Lamar Dodd School of Art students take part in first-ever UGA field study in contemporary art
30 Lamar Dodd School of Art students recently returned from New York City where they spent three weeks during the 2014 Maymester. The experience was a field study short course (May 13- June 4) taught by a team of UGA art faculty members – Isabelle Loring Wallace, Mary Hallam Pearse and Marni Shindelman. For 25 undergraduate and five graduate students, the experience was an opportunity to immerse in one of the center of the contemporary art world.