UA Art Foundry Casts Sculpture Across Alabama

It takes skill and determination, caution and daring to see complex design projects grow from drawings and models to finished public sculptures. Wedderspoon and his team – foundry specialists Eric Nubbe, Joe McCreary and Ringo Lisko, with senior arts technicians Patrick O’Sullivan and Mike Eddins – work with strict safety standards and an inventiveness that

UA Art Student Creates Moments in Painting and Sculpture

APR 7-16 First Friday reception, Moment | Momento: Jamie Reschke BFA Exhibition, Harrison Galleries, 6-9 pm Harrison Galleries will host an exhibition by University of Alabama BFA major Jamie Reschke, April 7 through April 16 in downtown Tuscaloosa. Moment | Momento opens with a reception on First Friday, April 7 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. In this exhibition,

Renown Woodworker to Speak at UA

[This press release has been updated.] The Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series presents woodworker and jewelry maker Kimberly Winkle for demonstrations and an artist talk at UA this month. Thursday, February 23, 9 am-noon, Winkle will give a wood shop demonstration in Woods Hall 104. On Thursday afternoon, attendees are invited to meet the artist, 3-5 pm, in

UA Sculpture Students Exhibit at UA Gallery

UA graduate and undergraduate students in sculpture will display their work in an exhibition titled QUICKTURNAROUND at The University of Alabama Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, February 1-28, 2017. The public is invited to a First Friday reception, February 3, 5-8 pm in the gallery at 620 Greensboro Avenue in downtown Tuscaloosa. Recent art works by

Dual Exhibition Reveals Transformative Nature of Art

Exhibitions:   Francesca Baldarelli: 54 Phillips Way | Tobias Layman: Grinding Away  Dates:              February 2-16, 2017 Where:            Sella-Granata Art Gallery,  109 Woods Hall, UA campus Reception:     Thursday, February 2, 4-6 p.m., Sella-Granata Art Gallery The University of Alabama Department of Art and Art History is pleased

UA Art and Art History Students Create City Bike Racks

If you ride your bicycle into downtown Tuscaloosa and you need a place to park it, look for the funky new bike rack at the intersection of 4th Street and 23rd Avenue. The bike racks, with bright red curving shapes that undulate before your eyes, were designed by recent Art and Art History graduate Alli Sloan and built by