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Linnea West is a writer, art blogger, and Athens native pursuing a master’s in art history at the University of Georgia. She is also a participant in BURNAWAY’s Emerging Art Writers Mentorship Program. 

"Linnea West wrote this essay for the fifth session of our Emerging Art Writers Mentorship Program. The session was led by Chuck Reese, co-founder and editor of the Bitter Southerner, and was titled “Where Does Your Work Come From?” He asked the mentees to reflect on what compels them to write, and specifically to write about art. 

The Art of Joe Norman Exhibition at the Columbia Museum of Art

Professor Joseph Norman's exhibition at Columbia Museum of art introduces two complete print portfolios: Out at Home: The Negro Baseball League, Volume I, and Patti’s Little White Lies. While Norman’s work is said to be concerned with social injustice, inequality, and conflict, it is equally about love, transformation, and self-reflection. (read more)

The Art of Joe Norman Exhibition at the Columbia Museum of Art

Professor Joseph Norman's exhibition at Columbia Museum of art introduces two complete print portfolios: Out at Home: The Negro Baseball League, Volume I, and Patti’s Little White Lies. While Norman’s work is said to be concerned with social injustice, inequality, and conflict, it is equally about love, transformation, and self-reflection. (read more)

Sculpture

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Sculpture at UGA is an exciting community driven by inexhaustible experimentation, risk-taking, play, and a defiance of the disciplinization of art making. 

Printmaking and Book Arts

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​The graduate program in printmaking seeks to provide an atmosphere that promotes creative, technical, and intellectual diversity and excellence in all print mediums and book arts.

We encourage independence and individuality, as well as experimentation and interdisciplinary approaches to making prints and books. We also encourage the student to gain experience in all printmaking and book arts areas.

Interior Design

The program provides opportunities to demonstrate graduate level mastery of interior design by exploring issues related to advanced problem seeking and problem solving projects or formal aspects of interior design research.

Fabric Design

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The Fabric Design graduate program is diverse, dynamic and demanding. The program is designed to support students in becoming, active, creative and innovative leaders within the textile related fields of design, art and fine crafts.

Ceramics

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The philosophy of the ceramics area is that no one style, attitude, approach or aesthetic direction is emphasized.

During the time that a student is in the ceramics program, they are expected to develop and focus their energy towards producing a body of work for their MFA exhibition. This work should show a sense of professional maturity and should be cohesive and stylistically consistent.

The Art of Joe Norman Exhibition at the Columbia Museum of Art

The Art of Joseph Norman introduces two complete print portfolios: Out at Home and Patti’s Little White Lies.

Professor Joseph Norman's exhibition at Columbia Museum of art introduces two complete print portfolios: Out at Home: The Negro Baseball League, Volume I, and Patti’s Little White Lies. While Norman’s work is said to be concerned with social injustice, inequality, and conflict, it is equally about love, transformation, and self-reflection. Read more

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