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Art Papers Reviews Krista Clark: Base Line of Appraisal

Posted On August 1, 2019
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“In Base Line of Appraisal, Krista Clark’s solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, the artist interrogates the built environment by incorporating new and repurposed materials into sculptural structures that mimic familiar processes of construction to present them in unfamiliar, and at times, uncomfortable ways.

Wide, flat concrete foundations support tall rectangular… more »

Belonging in Atlanta: Alumni Jessica Caldas and Wihro Kim Reflect on their Participation in the Current Exhibition, “Of Origins and Belonging, Drawn from Atlanta”

Posted On July 26, 2019
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Inclusion in a museum exhibition is not an easily attainable career milestone for a successful mid-career artist, let alone an emerging one. This June, Michael Rooks, curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the High Museum of Art, made that a reality for six artists, two of whom are recent graduates of the Ernest G.… more »

Shanequa Gay’s “LIT WITHOUT SHERMAN” proves that love never fails community- ArtsATL Review

Posted On July 16, 2019
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The exhibition, which took Gay 21 days to complete, is a labor of love and a testament to Gay, whose work can be “public- and exchange-based, explore current social and ethical issues, and focus on the experiences of African-ascendant bodies and communities.”

Her murals, including specially designed toile schema wallpaper (a simple,… more »

Hathaway Gallery Exhibition Curated by Craig Drennen Reviewed in AJC

Posted On July 12, 2019

“The jumping off point for the group show that Atlanta artist and Georgia State University instructor Craig Drennen has curated at Westside’s Hathaway Gallery is a strange 1978 footnote in American musical history.”

“In black-and-white footage on a small television on the Hathaway gallery floor, the seminal punk band, the Cramps, performs for an audience… more »

BFA & MFA Included in City Hall Pride Month Exhibition, Curated by Mayor Keyshia Lance Bottoms

Posted On July 12, 2019
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On June, an exhibition celebrating LGBTQ artists in Atlanta opened art City Hall. The works were selected by the Maorial Office of Mayor Keyshia Lance Bottoms to honor the 50th Anniversary of the Uprising at the Stonewall Inn and National Pride Month. Included in the exhibition are two Welch students: BFA Jackson Markovic and MFA Andrew Lyman.

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We Are All Americans- The Design Campaign that will Unite Us All

Posted On July 4, 2019

MFA students Ana Coello (Graphic Design) and Constanza Loustalet (Interior Design) are proud Americans. They were not born in the United States, nor are they citizens of the country, having temporarily moved here from Venezuela to join the Ernest G. Welch program, but they consider themselves Americans. Venezuela is a South American country, one that—like… more »