Lamar Dodd School of Art

Tiny Universe

Posted 5 years 8 months ago

The Lamar Dodd School of Art presents the exhibition "Tiny Universe," on view from June 20th to August 3rd in the Gallery 307 on the third floor of the school of art.

The exhibition brings together six artists who use a variety of concepts and media to create a unique framework for understanding the world around us. Employing memory, experience, religion and humor, the artists in this show have essentially made their own universes for the viewer to enter. 

"Tiny Universe" is a group show featuring six artists: Mark Leibert, Scott Ingram, Andy Moon Wilson, Diana Behl...

Phlood Maymester exhibition

Posted 5 years 9 months ago
phlood show.jpg

The Lamar Dodd School of Art presents "phlood," a one day show of Maymester student work on Tuesday June 5, 2012. The show includes graduate and undergraduate students working with animation, heroic painting*, printmaking and construction paper boat forms.

A reception will be held from 4-6 pm, with animation showings at 4:30 and 5:30 pm in room 150 of the school of art. The reception is free and the public is invited to attend.

*A bit of an odd descriptor, though not an uncommon one. 'Heroic' can pertain to proportions or subject matter, or in the case of many artists...

Drawing Across Borders

Posted 6 years 1 month ago
At Noon.jpg

There is a fantastic, international show up at the Lamar Dodd School of Art, featuring great artwork and highlighting an important mechanism for faculty collaboration: the Fulbright Scholarship Program:

The Lamar Dodd School of Art is hosting an exhibition of works by Diane Edison, a Fulbright scholar and UGA professor, and Ekaterina Russiniova of the New Bulgarian University fine arts department. The exhibition, titled "Drawing Across Borders," is on display in Gallery 307 of the school of art through March 9.


Article charts art professor's course

Posted 6 years 3 months ago

The Red & Black published a nice feature on Lamar Dodd School of Art professor of sculpture Larry Millard online today:

Now a professor at the University and coordinator of its sculpture program, Millard anomalously began with aspirations to be a painter — that is, until James Agard’s painting course at Virginia Intermont College.

“I started to realize that I had such a strange conception of what sculpture is up until that time,” Millard said. “I’d always thought it was always only figurative and always only sort of like reliefs … And he awakened me to understanding that...