Graduate Research

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MFA student, Saegen Moran, Confectionary Fiction, detail, Dodd Galleries, March 2016

Advantaged by their position within a top-ranked research university, Dodd graduate students are pursuing innovative, interdisciplinary research in the fields of art, art education, and art history.

Graduate students host their own lecture series, curate exhibitions in the Dodd Galleries, and host a biannual symposium for graduate students and emerging scholars at the Georgia Museum of Art (GMOA). In addition, graduate-student research in the visual arts is showcased annually at the MFA exhibitions held at the Georgia Museum of Art in Athens and the Dodd Invitational held in Atlanta and New York City.

Support for graduate student research comes from the following organizations and institutes: Willson Center for Arts and Humanities, ICE, and the Art History support fund, which is made possible by the generosity of private donations. To support graduate student research in the visual arts, please contact Kate Arnold.