Alumna Sheila Pree Bright in Birmingham Museum Exhibition Reimagining Barbie for 2020

“Barbie has always been lauded, derided, admired and disregarded in discussions about femininity, femaleness, the feminine. Her measurements, accents, and hairstyles loom large in the collective feminine imagination. Attainable or not, her affluence and easy path through whatever career and situation she found herself in is an alluring fantasy.”

“But it’s 2019—Ken Carson, Barbie’s forever… more »

Alumna Christina Price Washington’s Solo Exhibition at the Swan Coach House Reviewed in Burnaway

“Washington parses this history by mining archives of expired photographic papers, all of which contain their own ghosts—imperfections created through aging.  This becomes most apparent in Photo Paper Test Panels a collection of eight images using fourteen different types of mostly exposed photographic paper. Like much of the work in this exhibition, this small collection… more »

Alumnus Davion Alston interviewed about Solo Exhibition at Day & Night Projects

From Burnaway:

In the small-scale exhibition The Literal is Unimaginative—his first solo presentation—artist Davion Alston debuts new site-specific work at Day & Night Projects in Atlanta. The restrained, deliberate installations and works on paper serve as a prelude to two additional exhibitions Alston is planning for the near future that work in a continuous dialogue… more »

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

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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