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Art Alumna Wins Creator Labs Photo Fund Award

Alumna Arielle Gray has been selected along with 19 other artists from around the country to receive a Creator Labs Photo Fund award. The artists were announced on Aperture’s website and featured on Vogue’s website. The award is a new initiative by Aperture and Google’s Creator Labs aimed at providing financial support to photographers in

Artist’s ‘Border Stories’ Depicts the World Through An Immigrant’s Eyes

The University of Alabama Department of Art and Art History is proud to present the Master of Fine Arts exhibition of Juan Lopez-Bautista. Border Stories opens October 18 and will run through November 17, 2021, in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery, Woods Hall, UA campus. Juan Lopez-Bautista, a Mexican American artist and biologist, creates large mixed

Students: Apply for Your Passport Now!

For two weeks in May 2022, UA students will have a chance to study history and make art in Italy. UA Department Art and Art History professors will guide students through the historic cities of Rome, Florence, Tivoli, and Pompeii, Italy. They will visit and study iconic ancient sites, such as the Forum, the Colosseum,

UA Artist Explores Black Father-Son Relationships

The newest installment of Celestia Morgan’s Dear Black Son (DBS) portrait project has been posted to a billboard towering over a busy freeway in downtown Birmingham, Alabama’s Southside neighborhood. Morgan’s monumental work, which displays the bold letters, “COME HOME SAFELY,” and bears the hashtag #dearblacksonproject, appears over the Red Mountain Expressway, officially known as the

UA Alumna Awarded Prestigious Prize from Museum of Contemporary Photography

UA photo alumna Alayna Pernell has won the Snider Prize from Columbia College Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP). The Snider Prize is a purchase award given to emerging artists in their final year of graduate study. Sponsored by Lawrence K. and Maxine Snider, it is part of MoCP’s ongoing commitment to support new talent