Alumni News

BFA Grad Takes MBA Route to Reach Her Dream Goal

Alyssa Hochstetler, who graduated in 2020 with a BFA, concentrating in painting and digital media, is now finishing up an MBA that focuses on marketing, and she’s looking toward a future in art. She is in the Create Path to the MBA program, studying strategic management and marketing. She also works in the Paul R.

Photo Alumna Awarded Innovate Grant

Alumna Arielle Gray (BA 2019) won an Innovate Grant in December 2021. Innovate Grant awards small grants each quarter to innovative artists working in art and photography. Gray said that she will use the funds “to obtain resources for raising the production quality of my work.” The organization interviewed Gray after the award and asked

Alumna Sculptor Opens Solo Exhibition at Harrison Galleries

UA BFA alumna Ringo Lisko will present a solo exhibition of her recent sculpture, Vessels of Paranoia, at Harrison Galleries, opening with a First Friday Jazz Reception, January 7, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. The show will be open through January 30, 2022. Lisko said that she draws inspiration “from the body, sensuality and awareness,”

New Loupe Fall/Winter 2021 is Here!

The fall/winter issue of The Loupe — our once-a-semester encapsulation of news and activities in the UA Department of Art and Art History — is here! Our cover story features Dr. Jennifer Feltman in her work on an international committee formed to advise on the restoration of Notre Dame in Paris. Here are more stories: Art

Birmingham Gallery Hosts Alumna’s Solo Exhibition

Birmingham’s artist cooperative, Ground Floor Contemporary, will host a solo exhibition, Whistle a Map, by UA art alumna Anne Herbert December 2-18, 2021. A reception for the artist will be Thursday, December 2, 5:00-7:00 p.m. Herbert will give an artist talk in the gallery Saturday, December 11, at 2:00 p.m. Along with group exhibitions by

UA Art Historian Advises Polygon Game Reviewer

Are you thinking that studying medieval architecture might put too many limits on your career choices? Check out the unique way that Dr. Jennifer Feltman is using her scholarly expertise! This video (embedded below) is an unusually exciting analysis of the accuracy of the video game Assassin’s Creed Unity by Simone de Rochefort, Senior Video