Art and Art History Faculty Accolades for Spring 2019

Jonathan Cumberland, Entry for "Poster For" - Climate Change categoryPoster Biennial Oaxaca, in Mexico. Cumberland also had a poster design accepted to the 9th Eco Poster: Climate Changes Exhibition, hosted by the Art Institute of Cieszyn, and exhibited at the Karolinka Cultural Center in Radzionków, Poland.

Lucy Curzon published “Visualising the Home Front: Evelyn Dunbar and Wartime Citizenship” in Oxford Art Journal, December 2018.

William T. Dooley, Raise the Dust. Image courtesy of the artist.Bill Dooley had two paintings accepted to the Marshall University School of Art & Design’s Eighth Annual National Juried Exhibition, in January, at the Charles W. and Norma C. Carroll Gallery in Huntington, West Virginia. Two paintings were juried into the Meridian Museum of Art’s Bi-State Juried Exhibition.

Christopher Jordan had a solo exhibition, Twilight Passages, in February, at The Photographic Gallery, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Bryce Speed had a solo exhibition, Psychic Reader: Narratives of the Sea, at the Walnut Gallery in Gadsden. Speed won first place for his paintings, Stars Fell On and The Garden, in the juried Valdosta National 2019.

Jennifer M. Feltman and Sarah Thompson eds., The Long Lives of Medieval Art and Architecture (Routledge, April 2019).Jennifer Feltman was elected to a three-year term on the board of directors of the International Center of Medieval Art, The Cloisters. Feltman co-edited The Long Lives of Medieval Art and Architecture, and authored the introduction. The book was published in March in both ebook and hardback by Routledge.

Jason Guynes had two works accepted to the juried exhibition Valdosta National 2019; two works Jason Guynes, Càdiz, 24” X 36”, graphite on panel, 2018. Image courtesy of the artist.juried into the 25th Annual El Corazon Exhibition at the Bath House Cultural Center in Dallas, Texas; and a work accepted in Arts in Harmony 2019: the North Show International Juried Exhibition in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Megan Moore had an art work juried into the Southern Graphics Conference International 2019-2021 Members Traveling Exhibition. The biennial exhibit will travel around the United States for the next three years.

Megan Moore, " It Grew With Frog Legs." collaged monotype, relief, and photo intaglio prints, 20 x 15 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.For more information about The University of Alabama’s department of art and art history, visit this link: