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Works by candidates for the BFA in Graphic Design

The exhibition will feature works by: Emily Amerson, Kyndall Douglas, Mitchell Haeberle, Lily Heath, Bethany Johnson, Julia Mercer, Harmony Osgood, Jediah Persaud, Chris Rosado, Ashley Sanchez, Nicole Trueblood, and Justin Weegar.

Come celebrate at the opening reception on Thursday, March 17th from 5-7 p.m.!

Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art is located on the Summerville campus of Augusta University.

1st Floor of Washington Hall, 2500 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30904

Regular gallery hours are 10:00 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday.

Storylines: Works by Steven L. Anderson and Dayna Thacker

Steven L. Anderson and Dayna Thacker present “Storylines”, an exhibition featuring two bodies of work.

While Thacker explores the extreme interconnection of all things. Anderson’s mediations on growth and time, hope to provide a larger context for our lives.

Artist Talk January 13, 2022 at 5pm Dome Room (WH116) with reception to follow

Exhibition Dates January 13- February 18, 2022

Hours: 10:00-4:30pm; M-F

Mary S Byrd Gallery

First Floor Washington Hall

Summerville

Cumberland Island: Land, Water, Wind, and Light | Artist Talk & Reception

Date: August 19, 2021| Time: 5pm | Location: The Dome Room, University Hall (Augusta University Summerville Campus)

Augusta University’s Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art announces Cumberland Island: Land, Water, Wind, and Light
by Christa Bowden, Emily Gomez and Ernesto Gomez

on exhibition August 11 – October 1, 2021 at the Mary S. Byrd Gallery inside Washington Hall

This multi-media exhibition offers the fine art photography by Christa Bowden and Emily Gomez along with the wind drawings and sound installations of Ernesto Gomez.

This on-going collaborative project, which began in 2016 with the celebration of the national park centennial documents the unique biome and history of Cumberland Island. With this project, the artists hope to expand the existing documentation of Cumberland Island to increase awareness of its significance and fragility and provide a record for future generations, should the island be lost or irrevocably altered due to climate change or other threats. Through their photographs, wind drawings, and sound collages record the diversity of the island’s ecosystem.

For more information about the Mary S. Byrd Gallery, contact Shannon Morris, Gallery Director (706) 729/2427 or shamorris@augusta.edu / www.augusta.edu/pamplin/art/gallery .

Image Credit: Emily Gomez, Dungeness Ruins, 2019.

See more information about the artists here.