The UA Department of Art and Art History is proud to present Graduating Senior Exhibition, November 11-28, 2019, in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery. The public is invited to a reception for the artists Wednesday, November 13, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Graduating Senior Exhibition features the art of three senior UA artists, Natalie Cox, Charlie
UA art and art history students now have free access to Adobe Creative Cloud, a suite of multimedia design tools vital for digital designers and artists. Tools include Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Premiere Pro, Lightroom and many more applications. Along with providing the software, The University of Alabama is also designated an Adobe Creative Campus.
Assistant Professor Jonathan Cumberland and two of his graphic design students brought home American Advertising Awards (formerly ADDYs) at the 50th American Advertising Federation, Tuscaloosa’s awards gala in February 2019. Cumberland won a Silver ADDY for his logo design for Stockton Piano Tuning in Columbus, Miss. Mary Clare Brophy, a rising senior majoring in advertising
Tuscaloosa. — The University of Alabama’s Department of Art and Art History is pleased to present a group exhibition by four bachelor of fine arts candidates. Samantha Joslin, Jonathan Lanier, Caroline Rothschild and Dana Tokarzewski will display their work April 16-23, 2019, in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery on UA campus. A reception for the artists
Poster designs by Assistant Professor Jonathan Cumberland were recently selected in three international juried competitions. In Zapopan, Mexico, his poster was one of 53 chosen from among 1,598 entries for the competition “Turn A Light On.” For the international juried competition, “Poster for,” in New York, NY, Cumberland’s poster was recognized in the top 10 in
Alumna Laci Jordan (BA 2011, digital media) has been making big headlines in the graphic design world recently. Jordan, who is a senior graphic designer at Creative Artists Agency in Los Angeles, has had her artwork featured on ESPN’s news site The UnDefeated, on the site, Amplifier, an online “art machine for social change,” and on Wildfang.com.
You’re invited to enjoy some “utterly useless” creative digital media explorations from the Department of Art and Art History! On Tuesday evening, April 24, from 7:30 to 9:00 pm, digital media students in ￼Assistant Professor Jane Cassidy’s Digital Art Seminar, will screen several fascinating works of digital art. Dubbing themselves at semester’s end, “The Utterly Useless,”
During a summer 2017 art residency at Áras Éanna on Inis Oírr, the smallest of the Aran Islands off the coast of County Galway, Ireland, Assistant Professor Jane Cassidy learned that sometimes making art takes – not just a village – but an entire island. Along with working on her own art projects that involve light,
Alex Green, a recent BFA alumnus in the department of art and art history, will exhibit his digital media work at the Sella-Granata Art Gallery, Jan. 29 through Feb. 1, 2018. Everyone is cordially invited to the closing reception on Thursday, Feb. 1 from 4-6 pm. Titled Strange Worlds, Alex Green presents a series of images