West Flips the Voyeristic Gaze in her Six Month Dashboard Residency

In fall 2019, the Atlanta-based organization, Dashboard, chose ceramics faculty Christina West as their inaugural “South Dwntn” artist-in-residence. The residency is housed in their newly-acquired space on Mitchell Street.

“Looking at a Naked Man,” which opened earlier this year, is part-installation, and part look into West’s work process, through which she has been recently experimenting… more »

The End is Near, but the Show Must Go On: Atlanta Contemporary Goes Online

A year ago, drawing faculty Craig Drennen moved into a new studio in Southwest Atlanta. Provided with more footage than most Atlanta artists get in a personal studio, Drennen decided to found The End Projects in the front room of his space. THE END emphasizes solo exhibitions of new work unlikely to be shown at… more »

Pam Longobardi Awarded Regents’ Professorship

The College of the Arts at Georgia State University congratulates Pam Longobardi on her appointment as Regents’ Professor, an honor reserved for truly distinguished faculty whose creative and scholarly achievements are recognized nationally and internationally as innovative and renowned. Awarded by the University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents for her sustained and outstanding record… more »

Chattahoochee Explorers Club: Faculty Pam Longobardi in Conversation with Mark Dion and Michael Mcfalls in Art Papers Issue ENERGY STRUCTURES

Mark Dion: This conversation is the result of the three of us thinking about and working around the Chattahoochee River. My own reason for being in Georgia is to execute a commission for the Columbus Museum related to the explorer, naturalist, artist, and writer William Bartram, who traveled in Georgia on the river in the… more »

Former Welch Director Cheryl Goldsleger Featured in Venice Biennale Exhibition

Posted On May 17, 2019
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Cheryl Goldsleger—former WSAD faculty member and director—has paintings in the Global Art Affairs and European Cultural Centre’s exhibition during the 2019 Venice Art Biennale, more than 500,000 visitors each year. “Personal Structures: Identities” will be held at Palazzo Bembo now through November 24, 2019. Goldsleger has three pieces in the exhibition, “Transient,” “Tenuous” and “Coalescence,”… more »

Book by Dr. Kimberly Cleveland Published with Cambria Press

Posted On May 13, 2019
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Associate Professor of Art History Dr. Kimberly Cleveland just published a book of research with Cambria Press titled, Black Women Slaves Who Nourished A Nation: Artistic Renderings of Wet Nurses in Brazil. Dr. Cleveland was one Georgia State’s spring 2019 Humanities Research Center Faculty Fellows. She explores questions of race, ethnicity, and identity in relation to artistic… more »