DPP faculty and MFA alum, Joseph Peragine was awarded the editor’s pick in the 2017 South edition of New American Paintings.
re:Fresh, which opened at the Swan Coach House Gallery last week was a two-part show curated by two Georgia State Alumni: Karen Tauches and Jordan Stubbs. Many local artists including current photo students Davion Alston and Blare LeBlonk, used photo, video installation, poetry, and sound in this multi-dimensional exhibition.
BFA Sculpture alum and Atlanta Artist, Mike Black, talks about the early days of his creative career, when he took the step to a BFA and collaborated with Courtney Hammond (another GSU alum).
This month, WonderRoot held its annual Walthall Fellowship exhibition, hosted by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgia, at which it revealed its 2017-2018 honorees. Georgia State alumni and faculty were among both the 2016-17 winners showcased and the 2017-18 fellowship winners announced.
WonderRoot’s mission is to be “an arts organization that works… more »
BFA in painting Alison Hamil was featured in a Charolette publication for the murals she has done throughout the city, including her most recent ones on South End.
Welch faculty, Glenn Gunhouse was quoted in an “Inside Higher Ed” feature about Virtual Reality for his use of VR headsets in his art history teaching practice. The technology–now being used in the medical and social services fields as well–provides students with a visual experience that simulates seeing historically/culturally significant works and spaces in-person.
In early July, Welch faculty William Downs flew out to New Mexico to lead a workshop at Takoja for their annual artist retreat. Takoja’s mission is to be “a sanctuary where all individuals are welcome to explore their path of personal, spiritual, and social growth through creativity, sustainability, and respect for all traditions.” A… more »
BFA alum, Shane Dedman is the lead vocalist of LONER who’s newest album, “In the Tides of Time,” was just featured in Creative Loafing Atlanta. The album artwork was created by another *current* BFA, Sergio Suarez. Check out the premiere at The Mammal Gallery this Friday!!
Throughout the summer, our office has been hearing back from students showing work around the country, studying abroad, presenting at conferences, and participating in residencies. Teal Korby Gordon, photography BFA, came back from Anderson Ranch with a lot to share about her great opportunity. The Anderson Ranch artist residency was founded in 1966 in the Rocky Mountains.… more »
“The wooden wind harps that Craig Dongoski made are not to be confused with wind chimes. They do not make music, they make noise — without human intervention. The Aeolian harps, named after the Greek god of wind, are about communicating and connecting with the earth, Dongoski said. The harp plays when the wind blows through… more »