UA Department of Art and Art History

Here’s our calendar for the coming semester. For a more detailed calendar of visual arts events around West Alabama, check our Art Roundups. “Like” us on Facebook to get notifications of all kinds of art events and more.

~ Summer 2019 ~Ceramics work by graduate student Nasrin Iravani, 2019. Image courtesy of the artist.

Our on-campus galleries are closed for the summer, but the Paul R. Jones Museum and The University of Alabama Gallery in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, both in downtown Tuscaloosa, are open year-round.

Exhibitions and events will be posted here as we schedule them.

Check out our gallery pages and archives here

Jerry Uelsmann, “The Somnambulist's Dream,” 2014, gelatin silver print, 30 x 24 inches Jude Anogwih, "The Wor(l)d is an Idea" (detail), 2019, mixed media on packing board, varied dimensions. Image courtesy of the artist. Patrick Hoban, "Placeholder" (detail), ceramic and found rocks, 4' x 9' x 2". Image courtesy of the artist.

~ Open Year Round ~

Stroll between galleries through our Woods Quad Sculpture Garden with five outdoor sculptures, plus other sculptures in adjoining campus lawns.
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For events around campus, see the UA Events Calendar.
Like us on Facebook and read our weekly Art Roundups for what’s happening around West Alabama.
Information about visitor parking is here.

VISITOR PARKING ON UA CAMPUSGrad student Amy Smoot talks about her work displayed in the SGAG.

The Campus Drive Parking Deck at the corner of Hackberry Lane and Campus Drive provides visitor parking at a nominal cost, and is a five-minute walk to Garland and Woods halls. Buses also run on varying schedules from the deck. To walk to Woods Quad from the parking deck, exit the main doors of the parking deck and cross Hackberry Lane southwest to Margaret Drive. Follow Margaret Drive to Capstone Drive, which runs between Gorgas Library and Garland Hall. Follow Capstone Drive to Garland Hall and the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, and to Woods Hall and the Sella-Granata Art Gallery. For more information on bus schedules, go to

UA Dept. of Art and Art History