BFA 2: Graphic Design, Art X, Sculpture, Art Education
Gallery 101: Graphic Design
Lupin Gallery (formerly Gallery 307): Graphic Design
Plaza & Suite Galleries: Art X
Bridge Gallery: Art Education
This exhibition will be on view from December 7 – December 14.
ARCHIVE FEVER is a program at the Dodd Galleries that explores research and visual culture. Part Pechu-Kuchu, part image round-robin, 4 students, faculty and visiting artists will be asked to present 10-15 slides that inform their peceptual, emotional, and intellectual archive.
Graduating BFA students in Painting and Drawing, Art Education, & Graphic Design will display the work from their capstone course in Dodd Gallery spaces. The work is on view from Friday, March 31 through Friday April 7. A closing reception will take place on Thrusday evening April 6 at 6pm.
Burnaway, an Atlanta-based online magazine that focuses on the creative communities in the south recently published Image, Identity & the Exorcist: Q&A with Paul Pfeiffer, an interview with Dodd faculty Paul Pfeiffer that was written by Art History al
Assistant Professor Demi Thomloudis had work included in Duality of Presence, an exhibition that took place at the Super + Centercourt gallery from March 8–14, 2017 in Munich, Germany during the annual International Exposition of Trades and Crafts (Handwerksmesse) and the internationally renowned exhibition, Munich Jewelry Week / Schmuck 2017.
School of Art alumna Bryna Bobick co-edited, along with Leigh Hersey, the recently published book Handbook of Research on the Facilitation of Civic Engagement through Community Art. The book is published by IGI Global and explores the numerous ways that the arts can encourage civic engagement. At 671 pages, it is a comprehensive reference source for emerging perspectives on the incorporation of artistic works to facilitate improved civic engagement.