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Art Galleries Schedule

Currently on View

CAT-Funderberg CAT-Filsoofi

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Gallery schedule and programming is subject to change.

Upcoming Exhibitions

August 19 – September 27

2019 Alumni Exhibition

Contemporary Gallery 

This biennial exhibition features a wide range of work by our alumni, showcasing the diversity of approaches to studio art, graphic design, and more as our former students go out and make their marks in the professional creative fields


Faculty Focus: Jeff P. Garland, Matthew Mogle, and Jason Murdock

University Gallery

Reception: Thursday, September 19, 5-7 p.m.

This exhibition features the work of three recent additions to the BFSDoArt over the last few years, and offers a chance for students, fellow faculty, and the community at large to see the art and design work and methodologies our new department chair, foundations faculty member, and graphic design faculty member bring to the department.

October 7 – 11

MFA Thesis Exhibition: Parissa Farmoudehyamcheh

Reception: Friday, October 11, 5-7 p.m.

In this exhibition, Parisa Farmoudehyamcheh will showcase her work in interface design, logo graphics, and computational design strategies.

October 21 – December 6

Raheleh Filsoofi: Overview Effect

Artist Talk & Reception: Monday, October 21, 5-7 p.m.
Artist Talk begins at 5 p.m. in Arts Building, 2071. Reception follows at the gallery.

Contemporary Gallery

Raheleh Filsoofi is an interdisciplinary and post-location artist who manages to work around the world, while bringing a diversity of viewpoints and approaches down into a personal perspective. Combining ancient and cutting-edge technologies, ranging from ceramics and poetry to computation and ambient sound installations, Filsoofi will present a mix of works, old and new, that explore the personal and political, the local and the global. Filsoofi’s work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally.


Dan Funderburgh: All Things at Once

University Gallery

Artist Talk & Reception: Tuesday, November 12, 5-7 p.m.
Artist/Designer Talk begins at 5 p.m. in Arts Building, 2071. Reception follows at the gallery.

Dan Funderburgh is a Brooklyn-based illustrator, artist, and hand-screened wallpaper designer. His work explores the density of communication by way of logos, graphics, and pattern density. His work has been shown at the Museum of Art and Design in NYC, and he has worked with such clients as Nike, The New York Times, HP, Cole Haan, and others.

January 13 – February 7

Widowmaker Artist Collective

Contemporary Gallery

The Widow Maker Collective is a Savannah, Georgia-based collective of artists whose work incorporates and entangles everything from painting and illustration to multimedia and new media extravaganzas. They have shown their work nationally and internationally, from small-scale galleries to vast events involving tens of thousands of viewers.


Alicia LaChance

University Gallery

Alicia LaChance is a painter and multidisciplinary artist who has shown her work nationally and internationally, ranging from gallery shows to large-scale public commissions. Regardless of the medium, LaChance’s work always revolves around different ways to complicate and expand the flat, two-dimensional picture plane while exploring issues of pattern, repetition, and oblique beauty.

February 17 – March 6

MFA Thesis Exhibition: Nicole James

In this exhibition, Nicole James will exhibit her explorations of form, gender, and space, and the ways contemporary culture gender forms and the ways they alternately occupy or disappear within a space.


MFA Thesis Exhibition: Meredith Conger

In this exhibition, Meredith Conger will exhibit paintings that expand the notions of place, landscape, and personal history in ways that range from the literal to the highly abstract and layered. Key to Conger’s work, however, is that no matter the apparent level of abstraction, the work is always grounded in her personal and family history.

March 27 – April 3

Undergraduate Juried 2020

Contemporary Gallery

This annual exhibition features interdisciplinary work by BFSDoArt students made over the past year, showcasing a range of approaches and methodologies. Work is selected by a professional artist, gallerist, or curator who is not affiliated with Georgia Southern, brought in specifically to curate an exhibition on the spot.


Form & Content

University Gallery

This annual exhibition features work by BFSDoArt students currently doing foundations-level coursework. Work is selected by a professional artist with a strong foundations focus, or by a foundations instructor from another institution.

April 13 – April 21

BFA Studio Exhibition

Contemporary and University Galleries

This exhibition feature work by graduating seniors from the BFSDoArt. The show features a coherent body of work by studio art majors as they prepare to move out into the world at large.

April 30 – Summer

BFA Graphic Design Portfolio Reveal

Contemporary and University Galleries

This exhibition feature work by graduating seniors from the BFSDoArt. The show features a coherent body of work by graphic design majors as they prepare to move out into the world at large.


Open year-round

The Betty Foy Sanders Georgia Artists Collection is a permanent exhibition of artwork curated by Betty Foy Sanders since 1968. Art displayed in the Georgia Artists Collection is either by Georgia artists, created with materials found in Georgia or themed around the state itself.

Donated to the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art in 2007 by Statesboro Historian, Smith Callaway Banks, his Southern Folk Art Collection brings a whole new world to campus with its unique and colorful pottery, paintings and artifacts.

Last updated: 10/3/2019