Graduate Teaching Assistant
307 Garland Hall
Kelby Cox is a graduate teaching assistant in art history. Cox recently presented her research paper “Stitching Agency: Enslaved African American Quiltmaking and the Prejudicial South” at the 22nd Annual Graduate Student Symposium in Art History. She graduated from The University of Alabama in three years with a double major in art history and studio art with a concentration in ceramics and minored in Italian. She exhibited in EXIT 2015, the BA senior show in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery. As an undergraduate, Cox served as an Art Ambassador for the department and participated in the Empty Bowls project and at the Kentuck Festival with other members of UA’s Crimson Clay. She also served as secretary of Crimson Clay.
B.A., The University of Alabama (2015); major: Art History and Studio Art; minor: Italian