This week Claire Maxwell speaks with Mary Murphy, visual resources librarian at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta.
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Floyd Halls speaks to local filmmaker Roni Nicole about embracing the everyday and staying true to oneself.
In case you missed Shirin Neshat’s lecture at SCAD Atlanta last week, listen to it here!
Sergei Isaenko uses symbolic imagery and elements of Russian literature in his photographs as a way to honor his past and accept his future.
A special loan of Albers’s 1963 masterwork contextualizes Howard’s new shifting practice.
SCAD gives a South African artist his first solo show in North America.
The exhibitions accompanying the reopening of SCAD MOA feature living artists who have exhibited all over the world to great effect.
Mitchell talks of her performance as a demonstration of two aspects of a single person, and as a metaphor for the art world.
On a recent trip to Los Angeles, I was able to see some of Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980, a cross-institutional series of exhibitions celebrating the history of contemporary art in L.A. The brainchild of the Getty Foundation, the six-month event is composed of 68 museum exhibitions and over 70 galleries featuring more [...]
Earlier this month, Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue held the attention of the Atlanta art community captive as it announced the recipients of a total of $45,000 in grants to local artists. On November 2nd, Artadia, who supports local art scenes across the country with a collection of unrestricted award grants and a [...]
Not sure if admissions counselors are telling you the whole story? Here’s some advice from someone who’s been there. Although these tips focus on the arts, they speak to students in almost every field applying to programs throughout the U.S.
Trois Gallery at the Savannah College of Art and Design-Atlanta has a difficult task before it: How can a retrospective of consummate performance artist Marina Abramović be communicated if the artist is not physically present to perform? During Abramović’s wildly successful 2010 retrospective at MoMA, several strategies were deployed: re-performances of her works by other [...]
Atlanta Art Crush is an interview series brought to you by Susannah Darrow, Laura Hennighausen, and photographer Carla Aaron-Lopez. This month’s interview is with designer Mark Montgomery.
This is the way Nancy Solomon’s gallery ends, not with a whimper but a bang. On September 16, 2011, Nancy Solomon inaugurated the beginning of her new role as director of the reinvented Solomon Projects by firing rounds from a .22 Beretta. She was at the Quickshot Shooting Range with a group of arts enthusiasts [...]