From rigorous tradition to radical forms of experimentation, the act of drawing is the foundation for most major forms of art, as well as a vibrant means of expression in its own right. The drawing program at The University of Alabama is committed to providing students with a challenging learning experience that spans the spectrum of creative possibility.
The drawing area employs an innovative approach to formal and perceptual drawing at the foundations level, followed by intermediate study wherein students begin to balance their formal and perceptual refinement with explorations of materials, processes, content, and theory. Advanced students in the drawing program are encouraged to probe the parameters of the medium; to explore drawing in its traditional graphic form(s) of expression, as well as in its potential to exist across surface, space, and time. At each level of study, historical precedent and contemporary developments in art and culture are explored to engage the perceptual, conceptual, and critical facilities of the student artist. Thinking of a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) major in Drawing? Here is a sample four-year plan for the BFA in Drawing.
The drawing program is housed on the third floor of historic Woods Hall in the heart of the UA campus. The classroom experience is an active learning environment where discussion, critique, and collaboration between students and faculty propel individual expression and mastery of the discipline of drawing. Classrooms are available after hours and graduate students are provided with individual studios.
For information about applying, visit our Prospective Students page or call us at (205) 348-5967. Thinking of a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) major in Drawing? Here is a sample four-year plan for the BFA in Drawing.
- Pete Schulte, Professor
- William Dooley, Associate Professor
- John Klosterman, Instructor (full-time)
- Charlotte Wegrzynowski, Instructor (full-time)
- Tom Wegrzynowski, Instructor (full-time)
For information about applying, visit our Prospective Students page or call us at (205) 348-5967.
UA Drawing News
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(TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) The Sarah Moody Gallery of Art is proud to present the exhibition Yevgeniya Baras and Pete Schulte, January 19 through February 24, 2023. On Thursday, January 26, Pete
BFA seniors Mackenna Overholt, Sylvia Cervino, Ella Smyth and Liv Komisar have artwork showcased in “Gorgas Library Student Artwork Exhibition,” on the 6th floor of Gorgas Library on UA campus.
Associate Professor Pete Schulte has work featured in a two-person exhibition with Yevgeniya Baras at the Margie E. West Gallery at the University of Georgia in Athens, now through November