Sella-Granata Gallery Features Studio Art Graduate Students

Tuscaloosa, Ala. — New and returning graduate studio art students in The University of Alabama’s Department of Art and Art History will exhibit recent work in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery September 4-27, 2018. On Thursday, September 6, beginning at 4 pm, each student will present a 5-minute talk about their work, followed by a reception for the artists, in the gallery at 109 Woods Hall. The reception on September 6 will be one of two during Art Night on Woods Quad, including an exhibition reception at the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, 5-7 p.m. 

Print by Sarah Dittmann photograph by Amber Quinn Nasrin Iravani, "fecundity" ceramics work.

New students Sarah Dittmann (printmaking), Kelsey Meadows (ceramics), Amber Quinn (photography), Chris Byrd (sculpture) and returning students Katie Adams (sculpture), Jude Anogwih (painting), Nasrin Iravani (ceramics), Juan López-Bautista (painting), Patrick Hoban (ceramics), John Klosterman (printmaking), and Amy Smoot (ceramics) will all have art works on display.

In the video below, featuring the graduate students from this year’s show, Assistant Professor Allison Grant talks about how important it is for students to learn how to talk about their work:

Art Graduate Student Exhibition from UA College of Arts & Sciences on Vimeo.

"Adrift," by Juan López-Bautista, in The Immigrant Life, June 11-August 10, 2018, Ayers LRC Art Gallery, Anniston Jude Anogwih talking about his work in the Graduate Student Show John Klosterman, "King Cotton,“ 2017 Graduate Student Show, Sella-Granata Art Gallery

Join us September 6 for an exciting afternoon as students reveal what they have been working on in their art over the summer!

For more information about UA Department of Art and Art History programs, click here: