Candice Greathouse graduated from the GSU photo department in 2012 with a Masters of Fine Arts in Photography. Since then she has been exhibiting throughout Atlanta at prestigious institutions such as the Atlanta Contemporary and The High Museum. Her work has been shown nationally in Miami, FL and Chicago, IL. She has curated shows at Gallery 72, Hambidge Arts Center, and University of Georgia’s galleries.
Her solo exhibition and installation, Ain’t No Party, can be seen at Eyedrum Gallery until the party’s over on February 3rd, 2018.
To read about the show, check out the Burnaway review by E.C. Flamming.
Submissions deadlines for the MFA in Photography is coming up quick–only two more weeks to apply.
Get your portfolios together and send them our way. We can’t to see who our applicants are this year! Check out our faculty and current graduates to see who you might be working with in the Fall.
Applications are due February 1st, 2018.
Recent GSU Welch alum Ben Lee was one of two winners of the 2017 Atlanta Photography Group Student Prize for photographic artists in Georgia. Along with the other finalists, he will have work at an exhibition at the APG Gallery from August 24 to September 23. According to BURNAWAY, “APG invited the faculty of all Georgia colleges with a fine art degree program to nominate their top two photography students. A total of 15 students were nominated and submitted examples of their work to a three-member panel of judges, comprising MOCA GA director Annette Cone Skelton, Atlanta Contemporary curator Daniel Fuller, and Gregory Harris, assistant curator of photography at the High Museum of Art.”
For more information on the award, the exhibition, and the other finalists, visit BURNAWAY.