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This year's Cortona reunion exhibition, La Mostra (‘The Show’), presents the work of faculty and students who have participated in the UGA Cortona Studies Abroad Program during 2016. Please join us for a reunion and closing ceremony/reception at the Lamar Dodd...
"Me/We" custom lettering for the New York Times
Keetra Dean Dixon is an artist, designer and director who has worked as an experiential design director in New York but has also run her own independent studio practice in rural Alaska focusing on lettering, sculpture, and product design projects. Her hybrid background often leads her work towards...
Jack Kehoe
With great sadness we announce that Lamar Dodd School of Art Professor Emeritus and Cortona program founder, John Daniel “Jack” Kehoe, passed away on Friday, December 16. Kehoe served on the art faculty for more than 30 years, during which time he built the UGA Cortona Studies...
Lucky-as-ever, hungry-as-always, 2016, 70x65", acrylic and oil on canvas
Three School of Art faculty have been awarded various funding to support their research during 2017–2018 from the University’s Willson Center for Humanities & Arts, which promotes research and creativity in the humanities and arts.  Assistant Professor...
Katharina Grosse Rockaway! exhibition, MoMA PS1
A big congratulations from the School of Art to recent alumnus Nic Walter, who joins the staff of MoMA PS1 in New York City this fall. In this position, Walter brings together his interest in art, research, and the social sciences, much as he did as an undergraduate student at The...
Kira Hegemony at Pinewoods
Dodd graduate student Kira Hegeman, a doctoral candidate in Art Education, has been selected by the UGA Graduate School to have her research spotlighted in a detailed profile on on their site.  Under the direction of Associate Professor Lynn Bustle, Hegeman researches the creative and...
Lucky-as-ever, hungry-as-always, 2016, oil and acrylic on canvas over panel
Assistant Professor Benjamin Britton has a solo exhibition, The Incandescent Sub-Present, opening Thursday, December 1 from 7:00–9:00pm at Marcia Wood Gallery in midtown Atlanta. An artist talk will be held on Saturday, December 17 at 1:00 pm. The show is on view through...
2010 Dodd graduate Rae Cook recently had an illustration featured in the Boston Globe. Cook received her BFA in Printmaking and Book Arts from UGA then went on to pursue her MFA in Illustration from the Savannah College of Art & Design. Image: by Rae Cook for the Boston Globe (...
Strange Fruit Triptych Lithograph
The Columbia Museum of Art, SC, has purchased a major jumbo print from Professor Joe Norman, titled Strange Fruit, 1999. This large format lithographic triptych measures 42" by 90", and is from the series Strange Fruit.  Furthermore, Norman's work has been...
Animation Still, 2016.
Dodd faculty and Ideas for Creative Exploration (ICE) Artistic Director Mark Callahan has work included in Friends Only, an interactive exhibition at Gallery Vriend van Bavink in Amsterdam that opened this week and is on view through December 24. The exhibition...

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