Art and Design Events


Josephine Altman Case with Chief White Man Bear during a ceremony where she was adopted by a North Dakota Sioux tribe, silver print Bonnie Dale Sansom in 1954 at Mississippi State College for Women as Assistant Professor and University Extension Service Specialist

Native Spirit Gifts of American Indian Art from the Collections of Josephine and Leland Case, Bonnie Dale Sansom, Lisa and James Boatwright III Exhibition
September 15- December 1, 2017
Lamar Dodd Art Center


Sacred, Tim Taunton, oil on panel Anasazi Pictograms-part of the Grand Gallery in Horse Shoe Canyon in Canyonlands, National Park, Utah, pigment print

Desert Plains Images Paintings and Photographs by Tim Taunton
Exhibition
September 15- December 1, 2017
Lamar Dodd Art Center


Spree, IDA, Christian Hendricks, inkjet print Possom on a Branch, Keith Carter, toned silver gelatin print

Southern Icons A to Z Writers Respond to Photographs
Exhibition
September 15- December 1, 2017
Lamar Dodd Art Center


Jane in Doorway, Ruston, Louisiana, 1981, Richard Johnson, inkjet print

Once Was Lost Photographs by Richard Johnson
Exhibition
September 15- December 1, 2017
Lamar Dodd Art Center


Abstract paintings by Lamar Dodd

Toward Abstraction Lamar Dodd Paintings from the Permanent Collection
Exhibition
September 15- December 1, 2017
Lamar Dodd Art Center


Girasole, wood, resin, fiberglass, forged steel, size 13’x13’x13’  

Girasole by Duane Paxson
Installation
September 15- December 1, 2017
Lamar Dodd Art Center


Open House
Homecoming 2017
October 21, 2017
11am -1pm


LaGrange Southeast Regional
Exhibition
February 16- March 20 2018
Opening Reception
February 16, 2018
7-9 pm
Lamar Dodd Art Center
LaGrange Art Museum


Senior Exhibition
Exhibition
April 27- May 20 2018
Opening Reception (CE event)
April 27, 2018
7-9 pm
Lamar Dodd Art Center

Careers in Art & Design

LaGrange art students enter the working world well-trained to become professional artists, designers and educators. Our graduates are employed throughout the country as art directors, art teachers and business entrepreneurs. They attribute much of their success to the hands-on knowledge they received here in areas such as electronic imaging, digital photography, graphic communication, photography, ceramics and illustration.

LaGrange College art students have gone on to graduate school and to careers as teachers, commercial and journalistic photographers, graphic designers, studio artists and museum professionals.