2012 BFA Juried Exhibition

APR 5 – 23 2012  Annual BFA Juried Exhibition, Harrison Galleries, 2315 University Blvd., Tuscaloosa GALLERY HOURS: Mon. – Fri. 12 – 5 pm and weekends by appointment Exhibitors in the juried show are Bachelor of Fine Arts majors Elizabeth Alexander, Emee Barrow, Micah Craft, Morgan Deems, Layken Gibbs, Carolyn Kerr, Jeff Lawrence, Yimin Li,

Student’s “Upcycled” Sculpture Reflects the Contradictions of Life

Resurface – MA Exhibition by Meredith Randall September 30 – October 25, 2013, Sella-Granata Art Gallery Reception Thursday, October 3, 5-8 p.m. in the SGG The UA Department of Art and Art History is pleased to announce Meredith Randall’s MA exhibition, Resurface, will open September 30 and run through October 25 in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery in

Cynthia Hahn Public Lecture

GORGAS LIBRARY 205, 7 pm Thursday, September 19 The University of Alabama Department of Art and Art History is pleased to welcome Dr. Cynthia Hahn for a public lecture and roundtable discussion September 19 and 20 on UA campus. On Thursday, September 19, 2013, Dr. Hahn will present a lecture, “Those Who Have a Taste for

Farley Moody Galbraith

In January of 2013, Farley Moody Galbraith, the primary patron of the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art for the past 25 years, passed away. Because of Galbraith’s longstanding interest and her endowment, the gallery (originally supported by and named for Galbraith’s mother, Sarah McCorkle Moody) enjoys a strong reputation in the national art community. This issue is

Two MA Exhibitions Open the Fall Season Early

Tuscaloosa, AL. — The University of Alabama Department of Art and Art History is pleased to announce two MA exhibitions in the  Parvin writes that her work in this exhibition “considers self, womanhood and motherhood and the struggle to balance those roles. Furthermore [it] seeks to address the veiling which occurs in the face of the

Trailblazer for Women: Virginia Rembert Liles

Originally published in the fall 2012 issue of The Loupe, as “Trailblazer for Women Leads UA Art into the Future,” by Rachel Dobson. When her former colleagues talk about Virginia Pitts Rembert Liles, the word “gracious” appears frequently in their descriptions of her. “She was gracious and diplomatic,” says Robert Mellown, UA professor emeritus of

Forty Years of Proof Sheets

Former Students Thank Professor Gay Burke [From The Loupe – Spring 2013] — On NPR recently, 20-somethings were waxing nostalgic for “old-fashioned” film cameras, a technology they associate with an “earlier era.” But they may not feel so old-fashioned to UA photography alumni. We asked some of them to tell us about the professor who

Digital Photo Students Respond to Jones Collection Artists

The Department of Art and Art History is proud to present an exhibition, Call and Response, which features works by Paul R. Jones Collection artists and students in Digital Media and Photography Professor Chris Jordan initiated the project with his spring 2013 class: “Each student adopted a particular photo-related piece from the PRJ collection. After