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MFA Alumna Krista Clark is Featured on Burnaway

BURNAWAY visited GSU instructor and award-winning artist, Krista Clark in her studio at the Westview Studios. She discusses her academic background, her exploration in architectural pieces, and the new directions her drawings have taken her, influenced by changes in the city’s neighborhoods. Clark will be part of an upcoming open studio night May 5.


Visiting Chinese Scholar Quan Quianfa Visits Georgia State

Posted On March 22, 2017
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Distinguished University Professor/Professor of Art Pam Longobardi hosts Visiting Chinese Scholar Quan Quianfa from Hebei University.  The visiting artist initiative is via Georgia State’s International Office, of which Quan Quianfa will work primarily with Prof. Longobardi’s water-based media class.

The artist exhibition opens next week at the Welch School of Art & Design’s 6th Floor Gallery Space, with an artist reception slated for Wednesday, March 29 from… more »

Doppler Projects Will Present “Chute” – a Dual Phase Exhibition

Posted On February 20, 2017
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Opening Friday, March 3rd, the curatorial collective Doppler Projects kicks off a dual-phase interdisciplinary exhibition, CHUTE at Blue Mark Studios (892 Jefferson St. NW).  Among the line-up of artists, the show will include a strong showing of Welch-affiliated artists including alumni Krista Clark, Meta Gary, Andy Jackson and Jordan Stubbs, as well as current MFA students Elham Masoudi, Jessica Caldas and Vanessa… more »

MFA Candidate Shanequa Gay Exhibits at Wofford College

Posted On February 17, 2017
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SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Melding together both February’s Black History Month and March’s Women’s History Month, Wofford College’s newest art exhibition features a nationally recognized artist whose work even has been seen in the White House. Atlanta, Ga., native Shanequa Gay’s exhibit will be on display through April 7 in the Martha Cloud Chapman Gallery in… more »

Burnaway (Studio) Visits with MFA Alumna InKyoung Chun

Posted On February 10, 2017
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InKyoung Chun is known for her colorful and narrative watercolor style, but she has been experimenting with new formats and materials — designing houses made of wood, Plexiglas, and even neon that measure from eight inches to eight feet tall. Whether her work is two-dimensional or sculptural, it depicts the intersection of physical spaces and… more »