Field Trip: The Hathaway Gallery// Field Notes & Reflection

    Art galleries have always been a source of intimidation for me. Of all the spaces where art is shown, whether that be in public, in a museum or in someone’s own home or studio, galleries come with a certain set of vocabulary, motions to go through and a certain level of decorum… Or…

Hudgens Center for the Arts 10/19

Today is the day for the field trip to the Hudgens Art Center in which artists such as Jiha Moon, Sarah Hobbs and Cosmo Whyte are being featured. Jiha Moon is a Korean artist who studied painting and works with the concepts of the misunderstandings of race and culture. She also tends to use/reference pop […]

Field Trip– Art Papers

In today’s class, we visited Art Papers. Art Papers is an art publication that was started in 1972 by artists in response to the lack of places to show art and they wanted to create an arts community. Now, it is no longer run by artists but it is kept alive by an editorial staff. … Continue reading Field Trip– Art Papers

Field Trip– Hudgens Art Center

For this week’s field trip, we visited Hudgens Art Center. We spoke to Angela Nichols who is the director of exhibitions and public programs. Hudgens Art Center is a non-profit art center that has exhibitions and arts outreach. Every two years, they host the Hudgens Prize. They pick Atlanta-based artists to participate. They get a … Continue reading Field Trip– Hudgens Art Center

Hathaway Gallery

For our class’s first field trip we visited the Hathaway Gallery, where owner Laura Hathaway explained to us the role of for-profit galleries in the art world, as well as the business and ethics behind gallery-artist partnerships. Hathaway gallery’s current exhibitions all have a theme of climate change and the natural world. I am text …

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