UA Art Camp Opens Registration for July Sessions

The University of Alabama Art Camp Registration is now open for the 2022 UA Art Camp! High school students! UA Art Camp offers you the chance to unlock your creative side under the guidance of experienced artists. Spend five days – July 18-22 –  immersing yourself in one of four disciplines – Ceramics, Graphic Design,

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,

UA Art Students Design Food & Wine Festival Logo

Students in Jonathan Cumberland’s Brand & Identity Systems course (ART 334) designed the logo for this year’s West Alabama Food & Wine Festival, which takes place in the Tuscaloosa River Market on Thursday, April 7, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Alyssa Sons, Hannah Trummell and Rachel Walser created the winning proposal for the festival’s visual identity.

UA Medical Center Exhibit “Delightfully Twisted”

Artist, curator, collector and UA BFA alumna Deborah Hughes presents the exhibition, Natural Perspectives: Inside the Delightfully Twisted World of Colton Dion and Highlights from the Helen Shapiro Collage Collection, at UA Medical Center, in Tuscaloosa. The exhibition will be on display through June 30, 2022, and is another in Hughes’ ongoing series, Wellness Walls

Digital Media – Graphic Design BFA Seniors Unveil Thesis Show

The University of Alabama’s Department of Art and Art History presents the 2022 Senior BFA Thesis Exhibition – Digital Media/Graphic Design, April 20-25, 2022, in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery, in Woods Hall on UA campus. In this exhibition, five seniors whose primary concentration is digital media with a graphic design track present their final thesis

Art Alumna Named Curator at University of Nebraska, Omaha

Patricia L. Davis (BFA, 2010) was recently named curator and manager of the Art Gallery and Collections at the School of the Arts in the College of Fine Arts and Media at the University of Nebraska Omaha. Her solo exhibition, Comfortably Uncomfortable, opened April 1, 2022, at the Radial Arts Center in Omaha. Davis previously

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