Senior biology major Emmy Thornsberry knew her love of ceramics would continue into college. But it wasn’t until October of her first year, when she happened to see a group of community members and students going into Grassmann Ceramics Studio, she decided to follow along.
“I can finally show the world I was that kid in the movie, and now I’m grown up, and I’m ready to tackle these issues through my art and get people talking.” — Tanvi Lonkar
Georgia College alum Emily Kearney Williams is using art to show what life is like in the Last Frontier.
Students from Dr. Peter Rosado Flores’ inorganic chemistry lab and Matt Forrest’s printmaking class collaborated recently to discover the natural chemistry between art and science.
“Exploring Race: A Student Exposition” – showcasing drawings, inks and ceramics by Georgia College students – is being called a “safe place” for students and community members to gather and discuss issues of race.
A dozen elementary-aged children from the Harrisburg neighborhood in Milledgeville teamed up with student mentors from Assistant Professor Matt Forrest’s Community Outreach and Development art class to create a 30-page coloring book that will be displayed in June at Georgia College's Barnes and Noble bookstore.
On an average Thursday in Miller Annex, the sounds of art students giving a printmaking demo are illuminated.
The students and Drs. Stephen and Elissa Auerbach will spend time in the Netherlands and Paris, France touring museums, historical sites, churches and more.
Art therapy graduate student Kelly Self created "Artsy Bobcat," which will be available in T-shirts, prints and coffee mugs at the university’s bookstore by the week of Homecoming.
Senior Samantha Scoggins is set to graduate in December with a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in museum studies and a nonprofit management certificate, and she is already on the road to career success.