August 21 - September 18
Outdoor Life: Works by Didi Dunphy
Didi Dunphy uses a variety of media to explore the intersection of art, performance, and design. Dunphy fabricates “objects that facilitate an interactive cooperative play,” turning the public into performer and sculpture into plaything.
Reception: August 21, 5pm
September 25 - October 30
Outsiders: the Paintings of Terry Rowlett
Terry Rowlett paints highly representational images of contemporary figures in natural landscapes, with compositions informed by art historical references. In many of his paintings, Rowlett explores a catastrophic or apocalyptic vision of civilization.
Reception: September 25, 5pm
November 6 - December 12
Southern Printmaking Biennale VI
The Southern Printmaking Biennale is a juried exhibit of original, innovative works in all printmaking media including monotypes, large-scale prints, and three-dimensional prints. The juror for the 2014 Southern Printmaking Biennale is Ericka Walker, Assistant Professor of Printmaking at Nova Scotia College of Art & Design and winner of the 2010 Southern Printmaking Biennale V.
Reception: November 6, 5pm
Entries for the exhibit are being accepted until August 29. Download the Southern Printmaking Biennale VI Prospectus.
October 1 - October 31
The members of Tapestry Weavers South, an organization formed in 1996 to advance the art and craft of tapestry weaving, present an exhibit of tapestries. Documents that show the design process used to create those tapestries will also be on display.
Reception: October 8, 5:30pm
Joan Baxter Lecture: October 8, 6:45pm
November 4 – November 13
Senior Exhibition Series, Group I
Reception: November 13, 5pm – 6:30pm
November 18 – December 4
Senior Exhibition Series, Group II
Reception: December 4, 5pm – 6:30pm
Graduating art majors on the Dahlonega Campus present senior thesis materials, during the Senior Exhibition Series in the Library Technology Center.
Georgia Art Educators and Their Students
Each year, Georgia Art Educators and their students are invited to exhibit work in Price Memorial Hall. A juror selects two award-winning works from both the teachers and the students.
Reception: March 12, 5pm