Art on Campus program is activating wall spaces on campus with student,
alumni and community artwork. Because these galleries are located in
the public areas at GSU, the exhibits can be viewed any time the campus
Congratulations to the GSU art students who have work in the current President's Exhibit: Nia Brown, Lisa Campos, Myera Cartman, Kathleen De Jong, Melody Freeman, Julian Graham, Nicholas Kovar, Martell McDaniels, Taylor Mezo, Crystal Thorns
in the GSU Library
Jeanna Knowles, Ceramic Art
Exhibition Dates: January 18 - March 15, 2018
Reception: Tuesday February 13th, 6 pm - remarks at 6:30 pm
Then proceed to the Ceramics Studio Classroom (E1526) for
a Mardi Gras themed reception, featuring additional art pieces on display and demonstrations on the making of ceramic art with professor Leanne Cambric.
The artist's talk and the reception are free and open to the public.
Big Walls Gallery
E/F Wing Corridor
Kenneth Johnson: I am EnglewoodExhibition Dates:January 22 - May 22, 2018Artist's Talk: Tuesday, February 13, 201812:30 - 1:30 p.m.Closing Reception:Wednesday, May 2, 20184:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Free and open to the public.
Image: "Prosperity Moving Forward"
"I decided to visit the old Copernicus elementary school on 60th and Throop. I used to live down the street from it. It was the first day of school for Chicago public schools students. I wanted to capture the happiness of the children returning from their summer break. I came across a man with his son. I approached him and asked could I take a picture of them; he nodded his head yes and continued walking his son into the schoolyard. I highlighted the green in the back pack because it stood out to me. Green is the color that is associated with prosperity and growth. This was significant especially due to the fact that the father was taking his son to school. School is a place in which students learn, grow, and gather tools that they will need to be prosperous in various aspects of their lives." ~Kenneth Johnson
Box Office Gallery
Center for Performing Arts