The University of Alabama and The University of Alabama at Birmingham Joint Program for the M.A. in Art History presents the 22nd Annual Graduate Student Symposium in Art History, Friday, March 3, 2017. New this year are undergraduate poster sessionsDr. Rachel Stephens' ARH 477 class at Bluff Hall in Demopolis, Alabama. The students toured several structures around Hale, Perry and Marengo counties in the Black Belt as part of their studies.

Senior Erin Hein worked as an Andrew W. Mellon Summer Intern in the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Museum’s Conservation Department in 2015.

In November 2015, art history students in Dr. Rachel Stephens’ ARH 477 (Topics in American Art) course traveled through several west Alabama towns to study antebellum planter elite architecture firsthand.

In October 2015, UA graduate students in art history attended the 33rd Annual Art History Graduate Symposium with Dr. Tanja Jones.

Dr. Tanja Jones (left) with UA art history grad students at the FSU art history symposium Dr. Rachel Stephens' ARH 477 class at Gaineswood in Demopolis, Alabama. The students toured several structures around Hale, Perry and Marengo counties in the Black Belt as part of their studies. Dr. Tanja Jones (left) with UA art history grad students at the FSU art history symposium Dr. Rachel Stephens' ARH 477 class at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Prairieville, Alabama. The students toured several structures around Hale, Perry and Marengo counties in the Black Belt recently as part of their studies.

Art history graduate student Meng Tong traveled to Dunhuang, China, to study the Mogao Caves, a Buddhist pilgrimage site on the Silk Road.

Several of our art history undergraduate students who volunteer as Art Ambassadors talk about their future career aspirations.

Art Ambassadors for the 2014-2015 year IMG_9633x "Reinterpreting Alabama’s Greek Revival: The Battle House and Architecture’s Effect on Religion, Race Relations and Slavery Justification," at the 20th Annual Graduate Student Symposium in Art History, UA While visiting the Met in New York, senior art history major Brad Hahn got to see the Italian cassone he had studied in Dr. Tanja Jones' Italian Renaissance class.

Now a grad student in art history at UA, before Lauren Eich was accepted into the program, she continued the architectural research she had begun here as an undergraduate student.

New prize awarded for best paper at the 20th Annual Graduate Symposium in Art History.

Students in UA and UAB’s Joint Program in Art History present their research every year at our graduate student symposium.

The Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art provides UA students with a wealth of learning opportunities, both scholarly and creative.

Art history grad student Meng Tong visited the Mogao Grottoes at the Dunhuang Caves for her thesis research. AAHA_8733 Garland Hall, home of the Department of Art and Art History UA and UAB art history students talk before the symposium

Read about our recent graduates here: http://art.ua.edu/alumni/recent-graduates/
Alabama Art History Association student group