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‘An Evening at the Pool’ Features Lantern Parade May 21

The public is invited to Flow Tuscaloosa’s “An Evening at the Pool,” Saturday, May 21, which begins at 7:00 p.m. with a Lantern Parade. Lineup for the parade begins at 7:00 p.m. on Tuscaloosa’s Riverwalk near the Bama Belle’s old dock (near Hotel Indigo) at the north end of Greensboro Avenue. The Lantern Parade is

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,

$111,500 in Art & Art History Scholarships Awarded on Honors Day

The UA Department of Art and Art History is proud to announce our scholarship award recipients for the upcoming academic year, 2022-2023. Graduates, undergraduates and incoming freshmen in studio art and art history were awarded a total of $111,500 in scholarships, thanks to our generous donors. Following is a list of the recipients with a

UA Alumna’s Photography Showcased by Mental Health Advocacy Project

UA alumna Alayna Pernell’s photographic work has been recognized by the Too Tired Project (TTP), a national nonprofit arts organization advancing mental health advocacy through photography. Pernell’s work was selected by TTP’s executive director, acclaimed photographer Kelly Burgess, and featured on the pages of Lenscratch.com, a blog that explores and celebrates contemporary fine art photography

UA Art History MA Students Win Top Awards at Annual Symposium

Five UA art history graduate students presented their current research at the 27th Annual Graduate Student Symposium in Art History, Friday, March 4, 2022, in the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts in Birmingham, Alabama. Submissions were invited from MA students from around the country in all fields of art history. A total of eleven