Join us in celebrating the thesis work of graduating BFA students in Photography, Printmaking, Interior Design.
C-U-B-E is pleased to feature visual outcomes of an interdisciplinary workshop, unsolved: math+de-sign, a pilot program designed for math, art, and design research, with the goal of making a product to be used in math outreach contexts.
Closing Reception: May 3 at 5:30 pm
Students paint an object so that it is camouflaged in its environment from a specific point of view, exploring color matching in real time and space. The project is inspired by Liu Bolin's performance paintings. These hidden objects may be discovered all throughout the Dodd, or can be located using the site map.
Graduating BFA students in Fabric Design, Sculpture, Art X, Jewelry + Metals, Scientific Illustration will display the work from their capstone course in Dodd Gallery spaces. The work is on view from Friday, April 14 through Friday April 21. An opening reception will take place on Friday evening April 14 from 6 - 8 pm.
Knitting: See One, Do One, Teach One is on view this week, April 3 – April 7, 2017, in the C-U-B-E Gallery on second floor N231.
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.
Off the Wall is a group exhibition by thirty first-yaer art students in Foundations/Studio Core Color and Composition classes taught by Professor Imi Hwangbo. Working in small collaborative groups, students created large scale drawings in black masking tape on the walls and floor of the Foundations Project Space on the first floor north area of the main Dodd building. The show will be on view from March 2–14, 2017. The show open to the public.
7–9pm, Saturday March 4, 2017
March 1 – 29, 2017
The Finishing School
Thomas St Art Facility/ 215 S Thomas St
Right of Warehouse
New works from Atlanta-based artists Andrew Boatright, Kojo Griffin, and Kirstin Mitchell Curated by Candice Greathouse + Curtis Ames
Hours by appointment only email here.
The 2017 Master of Fine Arts Degree Candidates exhibition will be on view at the Georgia Museum of Art from April 8 through May 14. This annual show of work by School of Art graduating master of fine arts students includes Thomas Bosse, Julia Megan Burchett, Ellie Dent, Jamie Diaz, Arron Foster, Meirav Goldhour, Zachary Harris, Ariel Lockshaw, Shuk Han Lui, Jonathan Nowell, Reid Brechner, Amanda Scheutzow, Stephanie Sutton, and Dan Vu.
Sara Parker and Simon Hunt will give a talk at 1:25 pm on Wednesday, February 15th in room N225 about their textile design work currently on view in the C-U-B-E Galleryin the exhibition, Improvisation in Repeat.
The Lamar Dodd School of Art is pleased to present Clues & Scientific Method, a group exhibition at Marcia Wood Gallery in Atlanta featuring Dodd MFA candidates working across a variety of media. Editor and artistic director of ART PAPERS Victoria Camblin, selected the artists for their research-based method of production and evidentiary qualities or approaches. “While visiting the graduate studios in Athens I noticed an investigative or diagnostic impulse in work being made in all disciplines,” says Camblin.
In conjunction with the SGC International ConferencePrintmaking Conference, join us to support Dodd Printmaking & Book Arts Alumni at Gallery 72 in Atlanta.
Reception and Gathering: Friday, March 17, 6-9:00 pm
Exhibition on View: February 16–March 24, 2017
at Gallery 72: 72 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
Please register for this event; we look forward to seeing you!