Art Over Dinner ft. Didi Dunphy with Whitespace Gallery

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Sunday, July 29, 2018 | 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Art Over Dinner ft. Didi Dunphy with Whitespace Gallery

Sunday, July 29th
Cocktails + Artist Talk, 6pm
Dinner, 7pm
Tickets, $85


Didi Dunphy is a native New Yorker, Los Angeles transplant, having moved to Athens with her family in 2000.

Ms. Dunphy received an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute in the contemporary arts. She is an accomplished artist having had exhibits in major venues. A number of features have been written about Ms. Dunphy including Southern Living, Athens Magazine, Craft, CMYK, as well as art and exhibition reviews in the LA Times, SF Chronicle, Atlanta Journal Constitution, and others.

Ms. Dunphy’s design works; Recess of Modern Convenience Studios, have been placed in a number of collections and included in design publications such as Elle Décor, Paper, Interior Design, Vogue Living, Cookie, Metropolis as well as design book publications including Downtown Chic by Rizzoli, Toy Design by Braun Publishing and Fun Rooms, Collins Design publishing. In addition to being an exhibiting artist and designer, as well as a former Visiting Scholar and Professor in the contemporary and digital media arts at the Lamar Dodd School of Art, UGA.

Ms. Dunphy works in the curatorial field as the Gallery Director at the Hotel-Indigo-Athens, Indigo’s GlassCube project space and the Classic Center. She has been the Program Supervisor at the Lyndon House Arts Center for three years, directing exhibition, education programs and events.

Ms. Dunphy is represented by Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta.


Whitespace is a contemporary art gallery that exhibits an eclectic mix of local and national artists, promoting original, unconventional projects. The space is located in a converted 1893 carriage house in Inman Park, Atlanta.

“whitespace is the most alternative of Atlanta’s commercial galleries for showcasing interesting artists and letting them experiment.” (Catherine Fox, art critic, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Value-added Exhibitions,” 2007)


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