Art Faculty Harvest Summer Accolades

William T. Dooley, “Stall,” 2021, painting on paper

William T. Dooley, associate professor, art and art history, had a painting juried into “Brand 49: Annual National Juried Exhibition of Works on Paper,” in the Brand Library & Art Center in Glendale, California, on display September 11-October 29, 2021. Juror Marvella Muro reviewed more than 1,200 submissions of which 125 were selected for the exhibition.

Assistant Professor Dr. Jennifer M. Feltman, art and art history, published “Tradition and Innovation in the Life of John Sculptural Cycle at Reims Cathedral,” in Crossing Medieval Disciplines: Tributes in Honor of Richard K. Emmerson, eds. Deirdre Carter, Elina Gertsman, and Karlyn Griffith (Turnhout: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2021): 155-172.

Assistant Professor Dr. Doris Sung was a panelist on the webinar: “YWe Talk- Sisters in Solidarity: Open Dialogue between AAPI & Black Women,” hosted by the YWCA of Central Alabama in July. Panelists explored Asian-Black solidarity juxtaposed against inter-minority racism and tensions.

For more information about The University of Alabama’s programs in art history and studio art, visit our Degree Programs page.