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 Professor, Pam Longobardi is a finalist for the Hudgens Prize and will participate in the Finalists Exhibition June 8 - August 10, 2013.
Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design Faculty Joe Peragine and Craig Drennen had artwork acquired by The High Museum of Art.
Welch Artist in Residence, Ayanah Moor has her exhibit reviewed by Artsatl.Retired Assistant Professor, Junco Sato Pollack has a solo exhibition at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, February 13 - April 28, 2013.
SECAC Review, the official publication of the Southeastern College Art Conference, published an interview with SECAC Artist Fellowship recipient Craig Drennen in their current issue (SECAC Review XVI, March 2013).
Welch School Professors Pam Longobardi and Craig Dongoski exhibit art work at Tinney Contemporary.
Associate Professor Joe Peragine has an exhibit Grappling Mandala opening at Marcia Wood Gallery Friday, March 8, through April 13, 2013.Assistant Professor Craig Drennen's solo exhibition "Painter & Servants" opens at Ellen de Bruijne Projects in Amsterdam March 2 - April 7, 2013.
Dr. Susan Richmond is co-chairing a session, "Sexying Sculpture: New Approaches to Theorizing the Object," with Jillian Hernandez from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey at the 2013 CAA Conference.
Dr. Maria Gindhart will give a paper "A Sculpture on the Move: Gaston Guitton's Eve," at the Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference March 7-9, 2013.
Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design Faculty Joe Peragine and Craig Drennen had artwork acquired by The High Museum of Art.Welch School Associate Professor Constance Thalken exhibits recent work at whitespace gallery. Read the reviews in both Artsatl. and Burnaway.
Welch School Assistant Professor Craig Drennen is featured with Saltworks Gallery at the Aqua 12 art fair in Miami, Florida.
Assistant Professor Kevin Hsieh received the 2012 Higher Education Division Teacher of the Year Award from The Georgia Art Education Association.
Welch School Professor Nancy Floyd exhibit her work at Scope Art Show Miami with the Hagedorn Foundation Gallery, December 4 - 9, 2012.Welch School Assistant Professor Christina West's work is in the December 2012 Issue of Art in America with the Mindy Solomon Gallery. Welch School Professor, Pam Longobardi is profiled in the December 2012 Issue of Modern Luxury/Atlantan Magazine, Art and Power. Assistant Professor Craig Drennen received the 2012 Southeast Art Conference artist fellowship award and solo exhibition at the 2012 SECAC conference in Durham, NC.
Assistant Professor Craig Drennen's work is featured in the new Art in Embassies Exhibition: United States Embassy Belgrade catalog.Professor Melody Milbrandt is appointed to a Research Commission with the National Art Education Association, NAEA.
Welch School Lecturer Jill Frank exhibits art work in "You Complete Me: Mediating Relationships in Contemporary Art" at The DeVos Art Museum, Northern Michigan University.
Welch School, Associate Professor Joe Peragine exhibits art work in "Paper Moon" at Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw State University.
Welch School, Associate Professor Stewart Ziff exhibits a site specific installation at Poem 88. Read the review in Burnaway.Associate Professor Joe Peragine is one of forty artists profiled in New American Paintings: Juried Exhibitions in Print Southern Issue #100. He was also chosen as the Juror's Pick for the issue.
Professor Pam Longabarti and Assistant Professor Mike Wsol have both been accepted for the Art BeltLine Projects.
Assistant Professor Tim Nichols join Brazilian Curator Priscila Arantes in a discussion on Art in Urban and Post-Urban settings Monday, July 16th, 2012.
Assistant Professor Craig Drennen exhibits work in the "30 Days of Peace, Love and Painting" show at the Ellen de Bruijune Projects in Amsterdam.
Assistant Professor Craig Drennen's work "Apemantus and Awful" was published in Artcore Journal, June 2012
Assistant Professor Craig Drennen exhibts work at "Summer Salon", Saltworks Gallery, Atlanta GA, July 14-August 18, 2012
Associate Professor Melinda Hartwig is awarded an Antiquities Endowment Fund by the USAID.
The Welch School of Art and Design's Professor, Cheryl Goldsleger exhibits work in a solo show titled "Cheryl Goldsleger: The NAS Project" at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC.
Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design's Assistant Professor Craig Drennen exhibits work in the "Painters Panting" exhibition, curated by Stuart Horodner at The Contemporary Art Center.
The Welch School of Art and Design's Associate Professor Melinda Hartwig wins a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for 2012-2013.
The Welch School of Art and Design's Associate Professor Conne Thalken, Assistant Professor Craig Drennen, and Assistant Professor Michael Wsol win GSU RIG Grants for FY 2013.
Professor Emeritus Larry Walker's work "Miguel's Wall" on view Huntsville Museum of Art in observance of Black History Month.
The Welch School of Art & Design's Assistant Professor of Art Education, Melanie Davenport exhibits "Yumakwaxa/ The Drum Celebration" at The Smithsonian Institution Film Festival and their series "At the Movies".
The Welch School of Art & Design's Assistant Professor of Drawing and Painting, Craig Drennen exhibits work in a solo show, January 14-March 3, 2012 at Saltworks Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia. Read the review in Art and America.
The Welch School of Art & Design's Photography Professor Nancy Floyd exhibits work in the exhibition "She Got Game" at Wyatt Resident Artists Gallery at Arlington Arts Center January 13 - March 18, 2012.
The Welch School of Art & Design's Assistant Professor of Drawing and Painting, Craig Drennen wins SECAC Artist's Fellowship
GSU"s Drawing, Painting & Printmaking Lecturer Jenene Nagy is awarded a printmaking residency at CROW's Shadow Institute of The Arts in Oregon.
GSU's Drawing, Painting & Printmaking Lecturer Jenene Nagy and Sculpture Studio Technician, Josh Smith Curate 'TILT Export" at Los Angeles' Raid Projects Gallery.
Associate Professor Joe Peragine of Drawing Painting & Printmaking and Assistant Professor Craig Drennen of Drawing Painting & Printmaking have been included in "The Painted Photograph" exhibition hosted by the Fulton County Public Art Program at the Southwest Arts Center Performance Theater Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
Professor of Photography, Nancy Floyd and Assistant Professor of Drawing, Painting & Printmaking, Craig Drennen have projects included in FLUX 2011 in Castleberry Hill, Atlanta on September 30, 2011.
Assistant Professor of Drawing, Painting & Printmaking, Craig Drennen had drawings included in the (E)merge Art Fair in Washington, D.C., September 22-25, 2011.
Assistant Professor of Drawing and Painting, Craig Drennen is featured in New American Paintings No. 94, Southern Paintings
Assistant Professor Tim Nichols and 10 Welch students (8 undergraduate and 2 graduate) spent part of May and June in an extensive tour of London and Paris' architecture treasures. For more info or to see trip photos, please the group's blog
Assistant Professor of Drawing and Painting recent solo exhibition at Samsøn in Boston, MA is reviewed in the February, 2011 issue of magazine Associate Professor of Drawing and Painting performs and exhibits his work "Primal Resonances" (in collaboration with Stuart Gerber) at the CornBred Gallery from 7p.m. until 12 a.m.on December 18. Performance begins at 8:30 p.m. CornBred Gallery is located at 968-B Memorial Dr.SE. For more information, call 678.894.9303 or visit Associate Professor of Textiles exhibits her work at One Twelve Gallery in the group show "seamless," which opens November 12, 7-9pm, and runs until January 16, 2011. For more information, please visit Associate Professor of Art History co-hosts two specials for The Discovery Channel called "Engineering the Impossible: Rome and Egypt." In two 90 minute episodes, Dr. Hartwig and Steven Burrows (CEO ARUP) examine ancient engineering from the Pyramids of Egypt to the Colosseum of Rome. The idea of the series follows their investigation of how these structures were built, why and by whom. Mr. Burrows is a structural engineer who oversaw the building of the Bird's Nest for the Beijing Olympics.The air date is to be announced.