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The Ann Orr Morris Memorial Fund presents Visiting Critic in Jewelry and Metalwork, Marilyn Zapf. Zapf, the Director of Programs and Curator at the Center for Craft, received her BFA in Jewelry and Metalwork from the Lamar Dodd School of Art in 2009.
Join UGA undergraduates, graduates, and local artists for a holiday sale at Puma Yu’s restaurant on Sunday, December 4th from 11 am - 4 pm. Enjoy delicious food from Puma Yu’s and shop around for ceramics, jewelry, clothes, photos, prints, sculpture, & more!
Attend the fall UGA Ceramic Sale sponsored by the Ceramic Student Association in the Lamar Dodd School of Art atrium. Works by ceramics and jewelry and metalwork students will be up for sale on Wednesday November 30 and Thursday December 1 from 10 AM to 5 PM.
You are invited to join us at the Lamar Dodd School of Art to celebrate the careers of eight faculty members who have retired in recent years and have yet been recognized with a retirement celebration, Ron Arnholm, Susan Roberts, Thom Houser,
First student-led town hall with director Joe Peragine. Students only from 4:00-4:45 PM, then Joe and faculty members of Solidarity and Justice Committee will join to listen, answer questions, and hear feedback. Free food! Lots of ways to engage!
Join Idea Lab Mini Grant recipients and mentors for a reflective conversation about their projects. The Idea Lab Mini Grant Program is supported by Ideas for Creative Exploration, an interdisciplinary initiative for advanced research in the arts at UGA.
Greetings Art Faculty and Staff!
Lyndon House Arts Center is overjoyed to host 2022 MFA graduate Victoria Dugger as an Artist in Residence. On Thursday October 27, visit the Lyndon House Art Center at 6 PM to view Dugger's new paintings and sculptures.
Explore and purchase a variety of hand-crafted jewelry designed by Lamar Dodd School of Art jewelry and metalwork students during the Halloween Jewelry Sale at the Dodd!
4'33" is the university's annual research in the arts competition that highlights UGA student research in the arts and provides an opportunity to win prizes and to share creative inquiry with peers, faculty, administrators, and alumni throughout the university community.
The humanities faculty at UGA are piloting a new series on campus featuring accessible talks about TV shows: Screen Time with Your Humanities Professors. The series highlights the sorts of questions and analytical modes that are characteristic of humanistic thinking, while making connections thro
Join the Athenaeum for an afternoon concert with UGA's Jazz Ensemble. The Jazz Quintet is made up of members of the advanced Jazz Ensemble as well as Jazz Combo. They will be performing pieces from composers of the past and present, including swing and latin jazz styles.