Get an ‘Aerial’ View of This Week’s Art Around West Alabama

Art Roundup from the UA Dept. of Art and Art History: today is Wednesday, January 22, 2020. Exhibition openings all around this week and next! Thanks to P.H. Polk for our featured image. Send us your visual arts events — we want to know what you’re up to. This list is updated throughout the week

UA Drawing Professor Exhibits in Atlanta’s Swan Coach House

In February, Associate Professor Pete Schulte’s work will be included in a three-person exhibition at Swan Coach House Gallery in Atlanta. Geo Forms: Randy Jones, Esteban Patino, Pete Schulte is curated by art advisor and appraiser Rebecca Dimling Cochran, curator of the Wieland Collection. Pete Schulte is associate professor of drawing at The University of Alabama department

Top Art Students Exhibit Work for Scholarship Competition

The department of art and art history is pleased to present our Annual Scholarship Exhibition, February 3-21, 2020, in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery, 109 Woods Hall.  The exhibition will feature some of the most diverse and creative work by returning studio art majors vying for scholarships in the department. The media areas of ceramics, digital

Printmaking Professor Talks About Cuba Travels

Associate Professor Sarah Marshall will give a talk about her travels in Cuba and her research and investigation into printmaking there on Friday, January 24 at 3:00 p.m. in Capitol Hall Room 1803, UA campus. The talk, titled “The Art of Printmaking in La Havana / El Arte del Grabado en La Habana,” is sponsored

Graduate Student in Printmaking Juried into National Shows

In January, graduate student Sarah Dittmann’s mixed media work, Shell Collecting #2, was juried into the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance’s Pulling Prints exhibition in Narrowsburg, N.Y. The show will be up from February 8 through March 14, 2020, in DVAA’s Loft Gallery. In November 2019, the work was juried into Light Space & Time Online

It’s Raining Art All Over West Alabama!

Art Roundup from the UA Dept. of Art and Art History: today is Wednesday, January 15, 2020. You may have to dodge a few raindrops to catch all the shows that are opening and closing this week! Thanks to Elayne Goodman for our featured image. Send us your visual arts events — we want to

UA Professor Speaks on Confederate Artists and Imagery of the “Loyal Slave”

Associate Professor Rachel Stephens presents a talk, “Loyal Artists, Loyal Slaves: Confederate Artists in Civil War Richmond,” at Virginia Humanities in Charlottesville on January 21, 2020. In the years leading up to the Civil War, several Richmond, Va., artists, Dr. Stephens asserts, “were creating work in conversation with each other, creating a visual plantation ideal

Research at UA Wins Over Art History Student

“UA has some of the best research opportunities for undergraduates,” Nadia DelMedico declared confidently in a recent interview. And she should know. DelMedico is a graduate student in art history at UA now, and research, particularly computer-based, has been her guiding light since high school. Research was the reason she came to UA. Before she