About the Clough Art Crawl

Celebrating GT Students & ALL of their talents!

The annual Clough Commons Art Crawl serves as a unique opportunity for Georgia Tech students to close their books, catch their breath, and enjoy the therapeutic effects of art. The blank walls of the Clough Commons will once again be transformed into a make-shift gallery, all centered around the artistic work of Georgia Tech students.

All media will be considered, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, architecture, craft arts, graphic design, code-based art, music, poetry/prose, performance, film, and video. The event will also include live readings and special performances put on by artistic student groups, spoken word, and open mic opportunities. Light refreshments will be available throughout the building.

Quick Facts:

  • The G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons will host the 4th Annual Clough Art Crawl on Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 4 pm to 7 pm.

  • All submissions will be reviewed. If your piece is approved, it will be included in the show and put on display in the Clough Commons until March 14th, 2016. You will receive an email the week of February 1st with further instructions once your piece is selected.

  • All media will be considered, including drawings, paintings, sculpture, architecture, craft arts, photography, film and video, graphic design, code-based art, music, poetry/prose, performance art, and spoken word.

  • All currently enrolled Georgia Tech undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit work.

The Clough Art Crawl is coordinated by the Georgia Tech Office of the Arts. For more information please call 404-385-4683.