Welch School Professor Ralph Gilbert is chosen for a $150,000 commission to create six historical and multicultural murals in the grand waiting room of Union Depot, located in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Dr. Melinda Hartwig's research in Egypt is showcased in a Documentary, "Treasures Decoded: The Sphinx". It has aired on Discovery HD in Asia, Australia, and New Zealand and will air in the U.S. soon.
Dr. Melinda Hartwig has a new book coming out in September; "The Tomb Chapel of Menna (TT69), The Art, Culture and Science of Painting in an Egyptian Tomb". It's available through Oxford University Press.
Welch School Alumni Temme Barkin-Leeds, Bethany Collins, Corinna Sephora Mensoff, Manty Dey and Welch School faculty, Craig Drennen, Nancy Floyd, Pam Longobardi, Stewart Ziff and retired faculty Junco Sato Pollack have been chosen to participate in an art exhibition of Georgia Artists with MOCA GA
Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design's senior Graphic Design students in advertising, create promotional campaigns for NBC's "Hannibal".
Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design's Gallery Director, Cynthia Farnell is exhibiting art work in New Bedford Harbor in a New Light at the New Bedford Art Museum, May 9 - August 8th.
Associate Professor, Susan Richmond will give a talk about her new book, Lynda Benglis: Beyond Process, at The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center on May 30th, 2013.
Welch School Students competed in " Identity 100", rebranding 100 Peachtree. Overall Winner; Katherine Hillard, Tied Second Place Winners; Amy Dinsmore and Deborah Bush; Fan Favorite; Katarina Kennedy were honored at an awards reception at 100 Peachtree.
Welch School MFA Alum, In Kyoung Chun exhibits work with Moca GA in the WonderRoot Walthal Artist Fellow Show, One One, An Exhibition of New Works. The exhibit runs April 26 - June 8th. In Kyoung Chun will give an artist talk on May 25th, 1-2 pm.
Welch School Professor, Pam Longobardi gave an artist talk for the Welch School of Art & Design. Watch the Video Here.
Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design's Gallery Director, Cynthia Farnell has been accepted into the Fulton County Public Art Program's Artist Registry in Photography.
Congratulations Assistant Professor, Kelly O'Brien! Kelly graduated with an MFA in sculpture from the Welch School in 2012 and has accepted a tenure track position with the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Welch School Professor Pam Longobardi receives the Provost's Fellowship Award.
Welch School Associate Professor Melinda Hartwig is studying the Tomb of Neferrenpet located in the Sheikh Abd el-Qurna section of the Theban Necropolis.
Welch School undergraduate textiles student, Sophia Frissell will exhibit artwork in a National Show with the "Handweavers Guild of America - Small Expressions". The exhibit is on view at Fine Line Creative Arts Center, June 1 - September 7, 2013.
Congratulations! Welch School MFA candidate, Ashley Maxwell won first place at the National Ceramics Conference (NCECA), Student Juried Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts!
Congratulations Welch School Students for your strong representation at the Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference! (GSURC) Sarah Justice 1st Place, Sophia Frissell 2nd Place, Carol Washburn, 3rd place, Larry Stephen Robb and David Bardis, Honorable Mentions
Welch School Professor, Pam Longobardi is a finalist for the Hudgens Prize and will participate in the Finalists Exhibition June 8 - August 10, 2013.
Welch School Photography Students interview Yugoslav war survivors for A War Ignored: A Collection of Oral Histories.
Welch School is mentioned in ArtsAtl article about Aqua12 Art Miami. Check out video of the show.
Welch School Undergraduate Student, Nureen Bhimani wins A Labyrinth Prize for artwork for the ebook "Geist of Holtzteinberg Castle" by E. Budrich.
Check out The Welch School artists at work in this slide show.
Welch School Assistant Professor Christina West's work is in the December 2012 Issue of Art in America with the Mindy Solomon Gallery.
Graphic Design Students create advertising campaign for an upcoming drama series with NBC Universal in Los Angeles.
The Welch School of Art and Design's Associate Professor, Melinda Hartwig wins a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for 2012-2013. Dr. Hartwig is working in the tomb of Neferrenpet funded by the NEH and the Antiquities Endowment Fund (funded by USAID).