• Transcendent Artist & Curatorial Statements

    Personal relationships with gender and identity are unique to every individual. Frequently these identities and experiences transcend the limits of language and semantic meaning. Showcasing visual work exploring artists’ personal relationships with gender, this exhibition will provoke visitors to think critically about what it means to be gendered in the world today and to reflect on their own relationship with gender. Curatorial Statment Select the artist name below for more information on their work. Layla Ali Amar Jordan Benator August Fisk Mitch Galiano GETSAY Alyssa Hood Deborah Hutchinson Edie Irwin Emma Ming Kayhart Kate Kosek Pia Muhihu Sara Murphy Abigail Ranic Salvi  Royce Soble Eliza Taylor Julian Uhlman Meganity Wattles

  • Running in the rain, falling in the ocean Artist Statements

    Running in the rain, falling in the ocean curated by Zachary Francois of Prelude Pointe Gallery highlights the art of fiber artists whose work explores color theory through the use of textiles. Using fiber art techniques originating from Black people these artists use textile making as a form of healing and meditation. The result of this multi-media exploration yield bold and extraordinary pieces.  This exhibition is the inaugural show in our new responsive gallery space, aimed at showing shorter-term exhibitions that are more responsive to our campus community. Zami Aduna Grief: 8-9 months old Grief is a great friend. Dey don’t really like to talk, but say all dey need…

  • Fall 2022 Exhibition Transcendent Call for Entries

    The Dalton Gallery is seeking artwork for our upcoming exhibition- Transcendent. Artists creating visual work on gender identity and experience are invited to apply to this exhibition on view from September 20 to December 5. Applications are open through September 5 at bit.ly/DGtranscend For more information or if you have any questions please contact us at daltongallery@agnesscott.edu Personal relationships with gender and identity are unique to every individual. Frequently these identities and experiences transcend the limits of language and semantic meaning. Showcasing visual work exploring artists’ personal relationships with gender, this exhibition will provoke visitors to think critically about what it means to be gendered in the world today and…

  • Dalton Gallery Covid-19 Visitation Guidelines

    The Dalton Gallery of Agnes Scott College is excited to welcome you to view our fall exhibition, Transcendent in person starting on September 20. For the safety and wellbeing of our visitors, students, staff, and campus community, our COVID-19 visitation policy abides by regulations set by the Agnes Scott College COVID-19 taskforce. We ask that you observe all guidelines below and follow any requests made by our in person staff. Agnes Scott College requires masks while indoors for all off-campus guests visiting the campus- masks are mandatory at all times while you are in the gallery. You will not be able to enter the gallery without a face mask. Please reschedule your…

  • On View: Can You Hear Us Now?

     Can You Hear Us Now?: Revolutionary Art of the Next Generation opens this Wednesday, March 30. The Dalton Gallery of Agnes Scott College presents Can You Hear Us Now?, a student-designed exhibition displaying activist art made by young adults in the Atlanta Area. Can You Hear Us Now? aims to oppose historical and colonial institutional practices and the notion of the “neutral museum” by creating space for communities and conversations excluded from art institutions and to exhibit these conversations without expectations of neutrality. Alongside the exhibition, The Dalton Gallery will host conversations with local activist organizations and artists to allow opportunities for the community to engage with activists in Atlanta. …

  • &yet again

    The Dalton Gallery of Agnes Scott College presents a juried exhibition of work by young emerging artists from the Atlanta area- &yet again. In January 2020 the Dalton Gallery of Agnes Scott College presented a juried exhibition of work by young emerging artists from the Atlanta area in collaboration with community partners. &yet sought to connect and foster conversations among young artists from communities around Atlanta. Thanks to our partnerships we were able to waive application fees in an effort to create an accessible opportunity for young artists as well as award cash prizes to artists selected by Agnes Scott faculty and our jurors. We are excited to announce that &yet will be returning…

  • Late Night @ the Dalton Gallery

    A multi-sensory installation of projections, video work, and fabric pieces, our fall exhibition, Strata, transforms from amazing to stunning once nighttime falls. We’re opening up the gallery for three nighttime visitation hours this fall so everyone can enjoy Strata in it’s fullest impact. Nighttime visits will be offered on 10/25, 11/13 and 11/29 from 7-9pm. You can register to visit on Eventbrite here.  Can’t come for one of our later night events? No worries- the exhibition is just as impressive during our regular hours. You can schedule an appointment to come see the show through our other Eventbrite. Visits to the gallery are by appointment only. No one will be admitted without…

  • Strata

    The Dalton Gallery and the Department of Art & Art History are excited to announce our fall 2021 exhibition on view; Strata. Strata is composed of site-specific projection artwork by Shannon Collis. You can book your visit today and read our current Covid-19 safety policy here.  Strata, a project by interdisciplinary artist Shannon Collis, is an immersive exhibition offering a means of experiencing subtle interactions between sights and sounds to understand the sonic and spatial complexities of the remote regions of the Athabasca Oil Sands.  For Strata, Collis collected audio and visual material in areas of the western Canadian province of Alberta to create an exhibition centered on regional oil…

  • Mood Ring Virtual Q+A: Artist Talk

    BURNAWAY Thu, September 16, 2021 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT ONLINE event Register Add to calendar Mood Ring artists Alexis Childress, Parker Thornton, and Matthew Flores will join Burnaway in an hour-long Q+A and Artist Talk via Zoom.

  • 2021 Decatur Fine Arts Exhibition

    The Dalton Gallery is excited to host the annual Decatur Fine Arts Exhibition by the Decatur Arts Alliance once again. The 2021 Fine Arts Exhibition will be on view Thursday-Sunday from 12-4pm. You can reserve your ticket here. Make sure to mark your calendar for the Last Call reception on June 13, 2021 from 4-6pm.  Per City of Decatur ordinance and Agnes Scott College campus policy masks will be mandatory for entry into the gallery for the safety and wellbeing of our staff and community. 

  • Spring Student Showcase ART 340 & 460 Drawing

    This section contains the work from ART 340 & 460 Drawing and Composition taught by Professor Anne Beidler.  Allison Aguilera, Chrissy Erickson, Emily Findlay, Kayla Ishmael, Taylor Jones, Breanna Madison, Anabel McGinnis, Kaitlyn Murdock, Rebecca Oliveira, Nyla Taylor, Emma Zelski, Karen Galiano, Amya Moore.

  • Spring Student Showcase ART 241 & 341 Printmaking

    This section contains the work from ART 241 & 341 Printmaking taught by Professor Anne Beidler.  Printmaking 241: Tj Bender, Care Dickson, Cameron Glasscho, Sulliavan Gutierrez Torres, Jordan Hood Printmaking 341: Sophie Feierman, Carla Ferrazzi, Kaitlyn Murdock, Rachel Smith

  • Spring Student Showcase – ART 244 Digital Processes spring

    This section contains work by the students in the spring section of ART 244 Digital Processes taught by Professor Nell Ruby. Ayoko Kodjovi Candace Turner Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Paterson Natasha Mashabatu Mitch Galiano Michaye Mcllwain Fatima Mohamed Evvie Cooley Candace Turner Ayoko Kodjovi Candace Turner Michaye Mcllwain Mitch Galiano

  • Spring Student Showcase – ART 160 Visual Thinking fall

    This section contains the work from the fall class of ART 160 Visual Thinking taught by Professor Nell Ruby. Arabella Lewis Kaelyn Dicks Laura Kearne Belinda Grace Brooks Wanru He Arabella Lewis Fatima Mohamed Jordan Hood Kaelyn Dicks Rabbit Frishe Autumn Hastings Kai Cameron Kit Tures Noni Vaughn Paola Mejia TJ Bender Autumn Hastings Fatima Mohamed Kaelyn Dicks Lillian Jackson Noni Vaughn Olivia Begalla Paola Mejia Belinda Grace Brooks Jordan Hood Kai Cameron Laura Kearney Rabbit Frishe Previous Next

  • Spring Student Showcase – ART 344 Advanced Digital Process

    This section contains work by the students of ART 344 Advanced Digital Process taught by Professor Nell Ruby.  Adena Adams Sophia Allen Eliza Crofts Emily Oldfield Nusrat Sarwar Valeria Soto Tredunlo Valeria Soto Tredunlo Maria Villarreal Maria Villarreal Maria Villarreal Maria Villarreal Allison Aguilera Allison Aguilera Allison Aguilera Allison Aguilera Allison Aguilera Previous Next

  • Spring Student Showcase – ART 244 Digital Processes fall

    This section contains the work from the fall class of ART244 Digital Processes taught by Professor Nell Ruby.  Amanda Brown Eliza Crofts Maria Villareal Nusrat Sarwar Sasha Yates Sophia Allen Valeria Soto Tredunlo Eliza Crofts Kayla Ishmael Princess Miller Valeria Soto Tredunlo Eliza Crofts Maria Villarreal Maria Villarreal Maria Villarreal Maria Villarreal Kayla Ishmael Nusrat Sarwar Princess Miller Sasha Yates Sophia Allen Valeria Soto Tredunlo Previous Next

  • Press Here Virtual Event

    Join us Wednesday, March 31 on Zoom for a virtual studio visit and discussion by Press Here artists Tracey Murrell and Cassidy Russell. RSVP here for the zoom. 

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