Lamar Dodd School of Art

Jasper Johns by Isabelle Wallace

Posted 3 years 1 month ago

Associate professor of art history Isabelle Loring Wallace talks about her recent Phaidon Focus book on Jasper Johns in this interview,



Dodd MFA Exit 2015

Posted 3 years 1 month ago

We practice and teach professional ambition throughout the Franklin College, and nowhere more vigorously than in the Lamar Dodd School of Art. Students work hard to develop their sense of expectation for themselves and set their professional goals accordingly. But no matter what our faculty (and staff) might say, it's what they do that remains paramount and sends the strongest signals to our students. That's one reason why the 2015 Dodd MFA Exit Show expanding to Atlanta and New York is such a big deal:

For the first time, Master of Fine Arts degree candidates in the...

Keith Wilson exhibition, lecture, tour

Posted 3 years 2 months ago

San Francisco-based artist and filmmaker Keith Wilson has installed his exhibition, "Desire Path," at the College of Environment & Design building (née Dodd) on Jackson Street. It's up through April 17, so walk through and check it out. Wilson remains on campus and next week will present his Visiting Artist lecture at the Dodd, and more:

Wilson's lecture and the CED exhibition will take as their focus creating new orientations to familiar sites on the UGA campus, with the exhibition featuring a photo mural of an unplanned pedestrian trail near the Ramsey Student Center, created...

Dodd, Georgia Review collaborate for Jan. 30 Art Party

Posted 3 years 4 months ago

Spoken word paired visual art holds great possibiltiy for fun, exploration and reflection. By mixing media and art forms, we can access new creative space in the minds of viewers and artists. And what better place to access new creative space than the Dodd: 

The Lamar Dodd School of Art will hold an Art Party Jan. 30 from 6-8 p.m. to celebrate the opening of four concurrent exhibitions. The event will also celebrate The Georgia Review's winter issue with a series of roving pop-up readings and micro-performances.

Jenny Gropp, managing editor of the Review, and local...

M.F.A. alum Jason Yi wins Mitchell Foundation grant

Posted 3 years 5 months ago

Congratulations to LDSOA alum Jason Yi (M.F.A. 1995) who selected as one of 25 reciptients of the Joan Mitchell Foundation 2014 Painters & Sculptors Grant Program in the amount of $25,000 each.


works across artistic disciplines: photography, video, sculpture, drawing, multimedia and interactive installations.  The expanded notions of culture, time and history play a critical role in the creation of his work.

He has exhibited nationally and internationally in places such as New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Chicago, Los Angeles, Japan, China, Korea, Vietnam...