Associate Professor Kimberly Cleveland will be a panelist for the Winston and Carolyn Lowe Lecture Series on African American and African Diaspora Art in conjunction with the Harlem Fine Arts Show in Atlanta, GA on Saturday, June 28th, 200 Peachtree Street NW.
Assistant Professor Michael Wsol has been named the 2014 Welch Faculty Research funding recipient for his proposed project, Current Collection. The grant will help realize his environmentally conscious project and will involve both undergraduate and graduate students from the School. The project culminates in a body of work for exhibitions in Florida and here in Atlanta.
Assistant Professor Craig Drennen's paintings will be included at Volta 10 Basel in Basel, Switzerland at the Samson booth. The show will feature works from his ongoing Timon of Athens series from June 16-21, 2014.
Gallery Director Cynthia Farnell's large-scale prints on fabric will be featured in a solo exhibition, Metamorphoses at the XChange Gallery from June 1-30, 2014. The project is supported in part by the Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs.
Staring At The Sun, curated by Assistant Professor Craig Drennen for Atlanta's Saltworks gallery, has been chosen as a critics pick by Artforum.com.
Congrats to Micah Stansell, MFA '09, for being honored with an Outstanding Alumnus of the Year award from the College of Arts & Sciences.
Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue announced the 2014 Artadia Atlanta Award winners including two GSU alumni Bethany Collins, MFA '12, and Paul Stephen Benjamin, MFA '13. Congratulations Bethany and Paul!
Congratulations to MA '12 alumna Erin Dusza who has had her first academic article published by a peer-reviewed academic art history journal. Titled "Pan-Slavisim in Alphonse Mucha's Slav Epic" her work is available online at Ninteenth-Century Art Worldwide.
Associate Professor Susan Richmond co-edited "Sexting Sculpture: New Approaches to Theorizing the Object" for the latest issue of Art Journal. The introduction is available here.
Assistant Professor Craig Drennen is featured in a solo exhibition Characters at Stanley Beaman & Sears on Friday, April 4, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. Address: Nearby GSU at 180 Peachtree Street, 6th floor.
Senior Lecturer, Tim Flowers' exhibition TILT Export: Fanatic at the Upfor Gallery, in Portland, OR opens on April 2, 2014.
Congratulations to Pam Longobardi, named Distinguished University Professor!
Assistant Professor Craig Drennen's solo exhibition Awful & Others at Florida Mining Gallery in Jacksonville, FL opens Friday, March 21, 2014.
Welch Visiting Artist Steve Locke interviewed by BurnAway magazine: http://burnaway.org/steve-locke/