Crafting History: Textiles, Metals, and Ceramics at UGA

Since the late 1920s, the University of Georgia has offered instruction in ceramics, textiles and jewelry/metalwork. Through the individual visions, careers and craftsmanship of more than two dozen professors, UGA’s craft areas have thrived. This exhibition and its accompanying publication (to be published by the museum) will be the first to document the craft areas at UGA. In addition to celebrating this local heritage, the project will investigate the history of American studio craft through the lens of a public university. 

TYPE HIKE Project on Display in CUBE Gallery

The Type Hike NPS100 poster series is visiting the Dodd and will be on display in the C-U-B-E gallery September 18–29, 2017. Type Hike is a collaborative non-profit design project that celebrates and supports the outdoors through typography in which 60 select designers and illustrators created posters about a particular national park to celebrate the National Park Service centennial anniversary in 2016.

Opening Reception of Inaugural Exhibition at The Finishing School Gallery Space

Parallel Play

Opening Reception:
7–9pm, Saturday March 4, 2017
On View:
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.

Clues & Scientific Method Exhibition Reception

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.


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