New art exhibitions established for spring semester

Ora Sawyers
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The operate of a number of artists will grace artwork galleries on the College of North Georgia’s (UNG) campuses this spring, offering a little something positive to you should artwork lovers. Professors, college students and founders of the Visual Arts Section will exhibit pieces in a variety of media.

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A Stacy Koffman exhibition will be March 3-March 22 on UNG’s Gainesville Campus. Koffman was an art professor on the Gainesville Campus and then the Oconee Campus. She taught for quite a few years and even served as the division head for visible arts on the Gainesville Campus. Koffman’s do the job will be exhibited as a retrospective, which treats viewers in a solitary setting to the progression of an artist’s perform in the course of her life.

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Her exhibition, known as “Transitions,” will open in the Roy C. Moore Art Gallery on the Gainesville campus on March 3. It will shut in Gainesville and a part of the clearly show will then be on display screen in the Oconee Campus artwork gallery from March 28-April 22.

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Koffman will provide a communicate and discussion about her exhibit by way of Zoom. To sign up for Koffman, be sure to contact ​Victoria Cooke, director of UNG artwork galleries, at [email protected]

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A visual arts faculty biennial exhibition is on display in Oconee through March 11 immediately after starting in January.

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The Bachelor of Wonderful Arts (BFA) senior capstone exhibitions for Calli Buttrey, Sarah McPherson and Sara Wagler will be on the Gainesville Campus from March 30 to April 13. 

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Seniors perform all over the semester to generate do the job to symbolize by themselves.

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“This sequence is a visible development that explores emotion,” Buttrey claimed. “My do the job is a depiction of how I believe of my own emotions and my journey via them. I am psyched for my sculptures to be exhibited and just take on a one of a kind which means to each individual man or woman that sees them.”

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Operating Feb. 28 via March 22 in the Bob Owens Art Gallery on the Dahlonega Campus is “Foundations: Bob Owens, Tommye Scanlin, Hank Margeson and Gain Crannell,” that includes the operate of four professors who laid the foundation for visual arts at UNG.

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Owens was the very first department head and ceramics professor. With the addition of Scanlin (McClure) and Crannell, the section was able to insert drawing, portray, printmaking and fiber arts to its curriculum. In 1989 Margeson joined the section, adding pictures. Owens was instrumental in establishing the standing of UNG as a chief in the subject of art instruction.

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The juried Hal B. Rhodes III University student Exhibition will run April 4-26 on the Dahlonega Campus and showcases the very best work of UNG visual arts learners. The annual event includes an awards ceremony as section of the month-prolonged exhibition.

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