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Dear GC Department of Art Alumni,

We hope you will be able to participate in the 2014 Alumni Art Exhibition, the first to be held in our new, beautifully renovated home of Ennis Hall and running Aug. 21-Sept. 12.  Sept. 4 will be a day of open-house events including tours of Ennis, Grassmann Ceramics Studio and Gas Light Press, studio demonstrations, games, raffles, giveaways, art sale, the inauguration of a public art piece and artist’s talk by Edgar Heap of Birds and a reception honoring the work and alumni artists on exhibit.  Join us for the day if you can, and we really look forward to receiving your work for the exhibition. 

Details and entry form can be found here (pdf) and on our Facebook group page, “GC Art Events.”

Best regards and hope to see you soon,

Bill Fisher, professor, chair
Department of Art
Georgia College

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Practitioners and Participants

Our changing world challenges artists to become flexible practitioners and participants who can think, research, organize and produce work that transforms people, places and our times. The power of art lies in artists connecting themselves in reciprocal relationships with their public, in order to create a more humane life relevant to their time and place.

The Department of Art at Georgia College prepares you to be an art practitioner with skills and values that make you an active and responsible participant in society. We will prepare you to engage in questions of self-expression, artisanship, identity, community, values, politics and meaning.

We balance studio work, history and theory courses and organize them around a combination of activities. These include: various teaching methods in your courses, visiting artist experiences, exposure to contemporary art through the Blackbridge Gallery on campus, independent learning opportunities and a senior project and exhibition.

 


Ennis Hall grand reopening from Georgia College on Vimeo.


Senior Art Exhibition at Georgia College from Georgia College on Vimeo.


Student produced in the digital media class.


Student and teacher project - The Arboretum

 

Our program also offers small classes and a low faculty to student ratio. You will be encouraged to explore media from the tradition of paints to the precision of pixels.

BA in Art, Art History Concentration
BA in Art, Fine Art Studio Concentration
BA in Art, Museum Studies Concentration

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Campus Box 94
Milledgeville, GA 31061
478-445-4572

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