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  • Terri Dilling

    Terri Dilling

    Terri Dilling was featured in a solo show in the Roy C. Moore Art Gallery from October 23 through November 20, 2014.
  • Excursion

    Excursion

    Excursion is a public art project created by Didi Dunphy, with funding from the Forsyth County Arts Alliance.
  • Ed Gilliam in the Bob Owens Art Gallery

    Ed Gilliam in the Bob Owens Art Gallery

    Ed Gilliam spoke about his work during a reception for the exhibit Ed Gilliam: Works from the Thomas E. Scanlin Collection in the Bob Owens Art Gallery on the Dahlonega Campus.
  • Topophilia

    Topophilia

    Photographs from Stephanie Dowda's Topophilia series were featured on the Cumming Campus in Spring 2015.
  • The Wedding Dress by poet Gloria Bennett and artist Kassie Arcate

    The Wedding Dress by poet Gloria Bennett and artist Kassie Arcate

    The No Small Measure: Collaborations between Artists and Poets broadside portfolio included 15 new prints. The project was funded in part by the Forsyth County Arts Alliance, and traveled to each of the UNG campuses.
  • Ring Road

    Ring Road

    Rachel and Trevor Reese created an installation responding to their time spent in Iceland. Ring Road was on view in the Roy C. Moore Art Gallery on the Gainesville Campus from August 18 through September 12, 2014.
  • Tilted Series by Nina Barnes in the Oconee Campus Gallery

    Tilted Series by Nina Barnes in the Oconee Campus Gallery

    A student views Nina Barnes' Tilted Series exhibit during the Oconee Campus Gallery reception.

 

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