Art History

Art History Alumna at the National Park Service: a ‘Full Circle Moment’

UA alumna Shannon Walsh, who earned her MA in art history in 2020, is about to begin a new job with the National Park Service as the visual information specialist for the Women’s Rights National Historical Park and the Harriet Tubman National Historical Park, both in New York. Although she is breaking new ground geographically,

UA Art & Art History Outstanding Students Named for 2021-22

The UA Department of Art and Art History is proud to announce the four recipients of our Outstanding Student Awards for academic year 2021-2022, awarded “in recognition of exemplary dedication and commitment to academic achievement,” during Honors Day ceremonies on April 8, 2022. These awards are the department’s most prestigious of the year, given only

UA Alumna in National Cathedral Performance Art Celebrating Women’s Suffrage

In March, UA art history alumna Corey Dzenko (MA 2007) was part of a performance of social practice artist Sheryl Oring’s ongoing project “I Wish to Say,” held in the Washington National Cathedral. Dzenko is an associate professor of art history in the department of art and design at Monmouth University in West Long Branch,

Art History Major To Present Research at National Undergrad Research Symposium

A research paper by UA junior art history major Aidan Miles-Jamison was selected for the sixth annual refereed AKMA / MWSU Undergraduate Art History Symposium from a national call for proposals.  Miles-Jamison will present his research at the symposium, a collaboration with Missouri Western State University School of Fine Arts and the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of

UA Art Historian To Speak on Notre-Dame Restoration

“Opus Magnum – The Great Restoration of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris” Friday April 1, 2022, at 12 noon, Central Time (1:00 p.m., Eastern), via Zoom. Assistant Professor Dr. Jennifer Feltman and three other scholars will present a Zoom webinar, “Opus Magnum – The Great Restoration of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris,” Friday, April 1, 2022, at

Photo Exhibit Brings Together Two Renowned Black Americans

Emily Bibb, curator of the Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art at The University of Alabama, has assembled a small but inviting photographic exhibition from the Jones Collection that displays the talents of two of the most renowned African American men of the early and mid-20th century. P.H. Polk’s photographs in “George Washington Carver:

Upgrade Your Minor!

If you’re a  minor in art history… You’re invited to the Upgrade Your Minor! Info Session When: Feb 25, 2022 12:00-1:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Ever wonder how many more classes it would take to graduate with a Major in Art History? Could a major be beneficial for your career path? Come to