MFA Shanequa Gay talks about her mural, commissioned by WonderRoot and the 2019 Super Bowl Committee
BFA class paints mural for Georgia Pacific
Jessica Caldas interview about exhibition “Infringed,” which was a response to issues surrounding gun violence, gun control, and gun rights in the U.S.
Video work by Nicole Benner, 2018 WonderRoot Walthall
Christina West, “Stage Left” at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, February 2019
Queering Clay, NCECA CrossCurrents: Clay and Culture, Pittsburgh, PA, 2018 Saba Stovall Student Lecture
Craig Drennen’s WAP Artist Talk at MOCA GA, January 2018
A short documentary on the making of “Gray Matters,” a group show at the Wexner Center, curated by Michael Goodson and featuring alumna, Bethany Collins.
A short-film documentary on the Atlanta Free Art Movement, produced by GSU film student, Riki Prosper. The video premiered at the 2017 Georgia State Film Festival.
Burnaway Studio Visit with Krista Clark
Burnaway Studio Visit with Joe Peragine
ArtsATL Video on MFA Grad Tori Tinsley on her artistic exploration as a means of coping
Prof. Craig Dongoski Presents “Spelling the Wind” a multi-media, time-based project with Aeolian Wind Harps, Drawing, Percussion, Cupules, etc.
BFA Alum Jordan Stubbs – art shouldn’t be precious – a studio visit with artist Jordan Stubbs
Art Relish interviews MFA Alum Lauren Peterson
ATLANTA PLANIT Hudgens Prize Winner Bethany Collins (PBS)
Constance Thalken (Assoc. Prof. Photography) “Eyes Open Slowly Show” thanks to Terry Kearns, Atlanta’s gallery documentarian.
Live Stream Tapings
GYRE Intro and Session 1: Communicating the Issue: Science and Art
GYRE Session 2: Beyond Greenwash: Extended Producer Responsibility
GYRE Session 3: Activism Mobilization from the Ground UP
GYRE Session 4: Good News Blitz
(IN THE) PAINT with CRAIG DRENNEN (Asst. Prof. of Drawing & Painting) performance painting and installation was featured on News18 TV in Lexington, KY.
Ralph Gilbert (Prof. of Drawing and Painting) – Art to order: The history behind the Union Depot’s new murals. Click here.
Prof. of Art Pam Longobardi makes a guest appearance on The Weather Channel and discusses her Drifters Project, mission and art.
Exquisite Exhibit artists! Dayna Kristen Thacker, Craig Drennen, Steven L. Anderson, Jiha Moon, Mark Leibert, Ann Rowles, Marcia Vaitsman, Sarah Emerson, Laura Bell, Eric Mack and Curator Joey Orr. (Photo Credit: Atlanta Contemporary Art Center)
Welch faculty and students featured in the video event recap for the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center’s recent annual Art Party event.