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Cosmo Whyte

Every other year, the Hudgens Center awards one Georgia artist the Hudgens Prize. That includes one solo exhibition and a $50,000 award.

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Cosmo Whyte is one the four finalists. Originally from Jamaica, he is now an art professor at Morehouse College. As an artist, he isn't limited by medium: he draws, paints, photographs and does performance art. His art explores migration, home and outsiders.

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Artist Bethany Collins is obsessed with words.

Her latest obsession, the word "blue," is explored in a new exhibit called “with the exception of the sky” currently on view at the Hudgens Center for the Arts through May 21.

After delving more into the history of "blue," Collins discovered more overtones to the word and color.

Whitby Bierworlf

Have you ever noticed a plastic bottle tucked in the sand on the beach? Or perhaps plastic soda rings entangled in seaweed?

Those exact objects are a part Pam Longobardi’s environmental exhibits.

The Atlanta artist and activist recently received one of the nation’s largest individual art awards.

­­­­­­­­­­Seven years ago, Atlanta artist Pam Longobardi visited the south point of Hawaii and was changed forever.