Give Them the Slip: a Dodd MFA exhibition curated by Wendy Vogel

The Lamar Dodd School of Art is pleased to announce an exhibition featuring graduate students organized by New York-based curator, Wendy Vogel. The exhibition, Give them the Slip, is presented by the gallery Regina Rex and will be mounted in bitforms gallery at 131 Allen Street. The exhibition will run from May 24 – May 27 with an exhibition reception on May 24 from 6pm to 9pm.

Susan Hable

It was her training as a fine artist that inspired Susan Hable to start a textile company with her business-minded sister Katharine 18 years ago. “I thought, ‘Oh, I can paint, and then translate that into a pattern and sell the fabric,’” she says. Her instinct was a good one: Hable Construction quickly became a design world darling, partnering with the likes of Barneys New York and Garnet Hill. Her recent foray into furniture was just as intuitive.

Life is Art Panel

Translating the major you love to a career you'll love can be a challenge. At this event, a panel of Lamar Dodd alumni will join us to share information about their careers, including how they chose to incorporate the arts into their career paths and what steps they took to successfully carve their lives after graduation. Our panelists will offer practical advice to help you begin planning your future careers as well as offer vivid examples of how you can incorporate your love of the arts into your career. 


In this panel you will: