“Concrete & Adrift: On the Poverty Line” opened March 1 at the Alexandria Museum of Art. First year MFA, Diane Hiscox, has two paintings in the exhibition which addresses contemporary poverty and homelessness. The invitational show has been paired with AMoA’s exhibition showcasing beggars in Rembrandt’s history etchings (Sordid & Sacred: The Beggars in… more »
A year ago, a sudden fire forced Mammal Gallery—and other DIY art & music spaces—out of what had been their home on So. Broad Street for four years. Alumnus Brian Egan and Chris Yonker were featured in Atlanta Magazine, sharing plans about the new multi-use location.
The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) is “an organization that engages and sustains a community for ceramic art, teaching, and learning.” Founded in 1966, it’s conference has become the world’s largest event in the field of ceramics. Each spring, our faculty and graduate and undergraduate students travel to a new… more »
The Ernest. Welch School of Art & Design is proud to announce that three of our GSU community are exhibiting artists in the The Atlanta Print Biennial: Printmaking Lecturer Stephanie Kolpy, Gallery Director Cynthia Farnell, and MFA Jack Michael. The Biennial is an international juried exhibition, open to all artists working in hand-pulled printmaking processes.… more »
Faculty Jill Frank and Instructor Jiha Moon are both mentioned in the recent review of “A Thousand Tomorrows,” at Atlanta Contemporary.
Last week, on March 9, two faculty, an alumna, and a current MFA of the Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design were part of the group exhibition, “Anthropocene Island, ” at LES Gallery at the Clemente, New York City. The exhibition took place during one of the busiest weekends for the art scene of… more »
Congratulations to second year MFA Ceramics candidate Jeff Kuratnick, who was invited to participate in three exhibitions in March, 2019. Kuratnick’s work will be featured at Baltimore Clayworks in Maryland, and at two exhibitions in each of Minnesota’s Twin Cities: Minneapolis & St. Paul. Kuratnick’s work at both Minnesota galleries will be part of the ceramic… more »
Weathering Time, 1982-present
I am interested in the aging female body, the passage of time, and loss. I use photography and video to address the ways in which lens-based media can connect deeply with experience and memory. — I have been photographing myself since 1982. If I fail to take a picture on a given… more »
“Artist Paul Stephen Benjamin’s work explores the relevance, resonance, and poetics of the color black and ranges across media including photography, painting, video, and sculpture. His solo exhibition, Pure, Very, New, curated by Lisa Freiman for Marianne Boesky Gallery, brings together existing and new site-specific works that plumb the formal and linguistic associations with black… more »
“Living Melody Collective includes five female-identifying Atlanta artists — Angela Bortone, Jessica Caldas, Danielle Deadwyler, Haylee Anne and Angela Davis Johnson. Four are artist-mothers; one is an artist cat-mom. They bring their kids to work when they can so the kids can see mom being creative.”
“The collective uses photography, dance, printmaking, painting, music and… more »