We at the Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design are excited to announce the MFA Sculpture Open Studios at Edgewood, March 3, 11am-2pm. Please join us for a coffee truck, free brunch, and creative discourse as our MFAs open their spaces to the public, offering a glimpse into their respective processes and materials.
For Immediate Release: Spring MFA Exhibition Series, March 5- April 6, 2018 Images and press contact: Cynthia Farnell, Gallery Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, (404) 413-5230 The Master of Fine Arts studio program at Georgia State University, Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design offers concentrations in Ceramics, Drawing and Painting, Printmaking, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Photography, Sculpture, and… more »
2017 was a phenomenal year for Ceramics faculty, Christina West. Following her inclusion of the Atlanta Biennial, she enjoyed coverage from a collection of national publications, including High Fructose, Artist-a-Day, and Atlanta Magazine, which named her one of three artists “moving Atlanta’s art scene forward.” West spent the year traveling to other campuses as an invited guest… more »
Congratulations to Shanequa Gay for her current solo exhibition, Marginalized and Mythological: Shanequa Gay’s Disruption of the Pastoral Landscape at the Mary S. Byrd Gallery at Augusta University. The exhibition (A sample of Shanequa Gay’s artwork) takes place through February 16, 2018.
In a New York Times review titled “From the Personal to the Political, 19 Artists to Watch Next Year,” renowned critic Holland Cotter discusses the work at “Fictions” at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Among the artists were Georgia State MFA alumni Paul Stephen Benjamin and Krista Clark.
MINT has announced the next batch of Leap Year Artists and two of our alumni were included in the talented selection. Congrats to Alex Kerr and Blair Leblanc who will be participate in the residency program in 2018!
“MINT’s Leap Year program seeks to provide a comprehensive system of support for emerging artists in… more »
“….The two Gray Bandit paintings, like the similarly subtitled Winter Bandit (Inaudible Dialogue) and Winter Bandit (Ho Ho Ho Ho Ho), hint at a persistent quality of inversion in the exhibition, with several works closely resembling a slightly modified counterpart. This duality also evokes Drennen’s large-scale project of building an original artistic language from an… more »
This week marks the end of our semester and a week after Aqua Art Miami 2017. With hundreds of International collectors, curators, artists, and visitors in attendance at the fair and over $7,095 sold in work, we are chalking up our exhibition as a success. The 2017 MFA exhibition, Fever Dreams, marked the 7th consecutive year our program has… more »