Group 3

UGA Public Art Walking Tour

Group 3

Athens, Georgia 30605, United States

Created By: UGA Introduction to Museum Studies

Tour Information

Take a tour of some of the University of Georgia’s best sculptures on this captivating walking tour. Tap into your bulldog spirit and experience multiple legacies of UGA. From the illustrious Steadman Sanford to highly skilled artists and creators, explore how the legacy of UGA prevails for years and years. Expect to be confronted with thought-provoking questions about anything, ranging from Steadman Sanford’s impact on UGA to questions about religion, and possibly even nature. Many of the featured works also variously highlight the idea of education at the University of Georgia. As you explore this walking tour, make sure to engage, interact, and keep your mind open!

The tour includes Steffen Wolfgang George Thomas’ Steadman Sanford Bust (1945), Mel Chin, Joe Girandola and John Watts’ Creationism (1997), and Phil Goulding’s Cube (1993) and Stream Peace.

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What You'll See on the Tour

Steffen Wolfgang George Thomas  Bust of Steadman Sanford, 1945 Bronze and Granite While looking at the bust, ask yourself what do you notice? What jumps out immediately about the placement and location of Steadman Sanford? How is he lookin... Read more
Mel Chin, John Watts, and Joe Girandola  Creationism, 1997 Marble  Upon first glance, what do you see in this sculpture? Does it confuse or disorient you? Do you feel more strongly connected to one side versus the other? Does it seem cont... Read more
Phil Goulding The Cube, 1993 Alabaster As you wander past the pond and towering trees, do you wonder why this cube has been crafted in this manner? The Cube is hard to miss as it stands along a well-walked section of campus outside the Odu... Read more
Phil Goulding Stream Peace, Granite, Pink Marble, and White Marble Are you struggling to find this sculpture? If so, try listening for the sound of running water and you might find Stream Peace. Stream Peace is a sculpture found in the cou... Read more


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