Student News

Jonathan Lanier Presents BFA Exhibition at Harrison Galleries

The University of Alabama is pleased to announce the BFA exhibition of Jonathan Lanier at the Harrison Galleries in downtown Tuscaloosa during September. A reception for the artist will be held during First Friday festivities, Sept. 6, from 6-9 pm.  Lanier received his BFA with a concentration in sculpture and ceramics this spring. He has

Two Major Art Exhibits Open UA’s School Year

Two defining exhibitions, one showcasing UA faculty and one, UA graduate students, in the department of art and art history, open Thursday, September 5 with receptions beginning at 4 pm and running through 7 pm. The Annual Graduate Student Exhibition reception, in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery, begins at 4 pm and runs through 6 pm,

Fall Showcase of New and Returning Graduate Students Opens Sept. 5

Tuscaloosa, Ala. — New arrivals will join the present cohort of graduate studio art students in The University of Alabama’s department of art and art history to exhibit art work in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery September 5-19, 2019. The public is invited to a reception for the artists on Thursday, September 5, from 4:00 to

Harrison Galleries Hosts Four Sculptors in July

Jennifer Gault, Sam Joslin, Jonathan Lanier and Ringo Lisko will showcase recent work in an exhibition, Intersection, at Harrison Galleries in downtown Tuscaloosa from July 3-17, with a reception for the artists on Friday, July 12, 6-9 pm. Jennifer Gault will present three new works that have never been exhibited, as well as one from

UA Students Meet, Photograph Black Belt Artists

Tuscaloosa. — The month of May was one exciting experience after another for UA photography students. They signed on to Associate Professor Chris Jordan’s Black Belt Artist Project (BBAP) during Interim at UA, and spent the week in and around Wilcox County, interviewing and photographing artists. The first week of Interim, the students practiced their

Casting Alabama’s Literary History

Cast bronze sculptures by students of Professor Craig Wedderspoon were unveiled in downtown Monroeville, Ala., in April, as part of the Literary Capital Sculpture Trail. Monroeville, the birthplace of author Harper Lee, and the home of the Alabama Writers Symposium for the past two decades, has been designated the Literary Capital of Alabama. The sculpture trail,

Not the Usual Lecture Hall: Spain is the Art Students’ Classroom

For the first time in recent memory, students in The University of Alabama’s art and art history department are studying abroad in Spain. For two weeks in May, 20 students will travel throughout the country, from Madrid to Barcelona, touring the famous art collections, sculptures, museums, architecture and buildings of Spain as they’re taught its