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GMOA: Lines of Inquiry

Wednesday, June 3, 2015 - 10:41am



In the open time spaces (and parking spaces!) of summertime, don't forget the Georgia Museum of Art as a place to go, to explore, to enjoy and to learn. They have a full range of exhibitions on view this summer, including a collaboration with art history students from the Dodd built around a terrific survey of European drawings:

"Lines of Inquiry" features 11 drawings from the collection of Giuliano Ceseri on extended loan to the Georgia Museum of Art. Beth Fadeley, a doctoral candidate in art history at the Lamar Dodd School of Art, worked with students in Professor Shelley Zuraw’s spring 2015 class "The Art of Drawing" to put the exhibition together. It focuses on techniques, themes and stylistic developments in European drawing from the Renaissance to the Baroque.

And on that note, this afternoon at 2 pm, an art talk about a piece from the permanent collection:

Join Carissa DiCindio, curator of education, for an in-depth discussion of Joan Mitchell’s large abstract painting “Close” (1973)

All kinds of things to do, if you were wondering. 

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