Art Roundup from the UA Dept. of Art and Art History: today is Wednesday, August 7, 2019. Stretch out the last of your school vacation seeing lots of gallery exhibitions open NOW through the end of the month. Send us your visual arts events — we want to know what you’re up to. This list is updated throughout the week on this page.Gordo's Crossroads Arts Alliance at the Kentuck Gallery in Northport

Ongoing and Upcoming (in order of ending date)

NOW-AUG 29 Crossroads Arts Alliance, Museum Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport
NOW-AUG 30 Druid City Music Art Show, The Arts Council Gallery, Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, 600 Greensboro Ave., Tuscaloosa
NOW-AUG 30 It Don’t Come Easy: The Blues in Art from the Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art, Paul R. Jones Museum, 2308 6th St., Tuscaloosa
NOW-AUG 31 Neel Alexander, Checa Baldarelli, Sydney Gruber, John Klosterman, Kunkle Stembridge, Rachel Wakefield, and Haylee Walker at Alcove International Tavern, 730 22nd Ave, Tuscaloosa
NOW-AUG 31 Juan M. Lopez-Bautista*, George P. Farmer Gallery, Hoover Public Library, Hoover, Ala.
NOW-SEP 24 Rik Long Exhibition, Kentuck’s Hotel Indigo Gallery, downtown Tuscaloosa
NOW-SEP 27 Al Sella: For the Record, The University of Alabama Gallery, Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, Tuscaloosa
NOW-SEP 30 Full House – When An Artist Collects the Work of Other Artists, Wellness Walls for Art, University Medical Center, 850 Peter Bryce Boulevard, Tuscaloosa (8am-5pm)
NOW-SEP 30 Trash Quilts by Ana Schuber, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Tuscaloosa, 6400 New Watermelon Rd., Tuscaloosa

Ongoing & Upcoming (in order of ending date)artwork by Krunkle Stembridge

AUG 16 Opening reception, Aquatic Dreams Annual Exhibition*, Daniel Day Gallery, 3025 6th Ave. South, Birmingham, 6-9 pm
AUG 23 Jazz & Art – Druid City Music Festival, Abstracts by Leslie Baumhower, Harrison Galleries, 2315 Univ. Blvd., Tuscaloosa, 7-9 pm
AUG 29 Opening reception, Walking Through Fire – Moxie In These Times*, VOX Gallery, 1623 Pinson St., Tarrant, Ala. (AUG 29-SEP 8), 6-9 pm
NOW-AUG 29 Crossroads Arts Alliance, Museum Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport
NOW-AUG 30 Druid City Music Art Show, The Arts Council Gallery, Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, 600 Greensboro Ave., Tuscaloosa
AUG 30 DEADLINE for submissions, Wilcox ArtWorks Photography Exhibition 2019 (Wilcox Co. current or former residents)
NOW-AUG 31 Juan M. Lopez-Bautista*, George P. Farmer Gallery, Hoover Public Library, Hoover, Ala.
NOW-AUG 31 Neel Alexander, Checa Baldarelli, Sydney Gruber, John Klosterman, Kunkle Stembridge, Rachel Wakefield, and Haylee Walker at Alcove International Tavern, 730 22nd Ave, Tuscaloosa (ongoing through the fall)

September

SEP 5 Opening reception, Annual Graduate Student Exhibition, Sella-Granata Art Gallery (SEP 5-19), 4-6 pm
SEP 5 Opening reception, Department of Art and Art History 2019 Faculty Biennial Exhibition, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art (SEP 5-OCT 11), 5-7 pm
SEP 5 Art Night Reception, Teer Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport, 5-8 pm
SEP 5 Art Night Reception, Miller Pottery Exhibition, Museum Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport, 5-8 pm
SEP 6 First Friday, Downtown Tuscaloosa, 5-9 pm (individual gallery times vary)
SEP 6 First Friday reception, Purvis Young: Born in Liberty City , Paul R. Jones Museum, 6th Street, Tuscaloosa (SEP 6-OCT 25), 5-8 pmMadeline Barnhill, "I'm Singing to Myself," The Arts Council Gallery
SEP 6 Opening reception, Wilcox ArtWorks Photography Exhibition 2019, The Gallery, 103 Broad Street, Camden, Ala. (SEP 6-25), 7-9 pm
SEP 7 Meridian Art Walk, Union Station, 1901 Front St, Meridian, Miss., 8 am-1 pm
SEP 7 Opening reception and award presentation, INK ONLY II: A Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Prints, Paperworkers Local, UAB’s Project Space, 900 13th Street South (SEP 7-OCT 5), 5-7 pm
AUG 29-SEP 8 Walking Through Fire – Moxie In These Times, VOX Gallery, 1623 Pinson St., Tarrant, Ala.
SEP 13 Reception, Poets and Painters 2Betak-Frangoulis Art Gallery, Canterbury Chapel, Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa (SEP 13-OCT 30), 5-7 pm
SEP 14 Lecture event in conjunction with Philip Henry Gosse: A Naturalist’s Sojourn in Alabama, Smith Hall, UA campus (SEP 14-NOV TBA)
SEP 5-19 Annual Graduate Student Exhibition, Sella-Granata Art Gallery
NOW-SEP 24 Rik Long Exhibition, Kentuck’s Hotel Indigo Gallery, downtown Tuscaloosa
SEP 6-25 Opening reception, Wilcox ArtWorks Photography Exhibition 2019, The Gallery, 103 Broad Street, Camden, Ala.
NOW-SEP 27 Al Sella: For the Record, The University of Alabama Gallery, Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, Tuscaloosa
NOW-SEP 30 Full House – When An Artist Collects the Work of Other Artists, Wellness Walls for Art, University Medical Center, 850 Peter Bryce Boulevard, Tuscaloosa (8am-5pm)
NOW-SEP 30 “Trash Quilts” by Ana Schuber, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Tuscaloosa, 6400 New Watermelon Rd.

October
Jude Anogwih, "KORA: If we learn from music, we will stay together," The Arts Council Gallery

OCT 3 Art Night Reception, Andrew & Etta McCall Exhibition, Teer Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport, 5-8 pm
OCT 3 Art Night Reception, Miller Pottery Exhibition, Museum Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport, 5-8 pm
OCT 4 First Friday, Downtown Tuscaloosa, 5-9 pm (individual gallery times vary)
OCT 4 First Friday reception, Purvis Young: Born in Liberty, Pau l R. Jones Museum, 6th Street, Tuscaloosa (SEP 6-OCT 25), 5-8 pm
OCT 5 Meridian Art Walk, Union Station, 1901 Front St, Meridian, Miss., 8 am-1 pm
SEP 7-OCT 5 INK ONLY II: A Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Prints, Paperworkers Local, UAB’s Project Space, 900 13th Street South, Birmingham
OCT 6 5th Street Vintage Market, Farmer’s Market Pavilion, 4150 5th Street, Northport, 10 am-4 pm
SEP 5-OCT 10 Miller Pottery Exhibition, Museum Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport
NOW-OCT 11 Andrew & Etta McCall Exhibition, Teer Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport
SEP 5-OCT 11 Department of Art and Art History 2019 Faculty Biennial Exhibition, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art
OCT 12 48th Kentuck Festival of the Arts, Kentuck Park, Northport, 9 am-5 pm
OCT 13 48th Kentuck Festival of the Arts, Kentuck Park, Northport, 9 am-4 pm
OCT 24 Opening reception, William Paul Thomas: Breathin’ Different, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art (OCT 24-DEC 12), 5-7 pm
SEP 6-OCT 25 Purvis Young: Born in Liberty City, Paul R. Jones Museum, 6th Street, Tuscaloosa
SEP 13-OCT 30 Poets and Painters 2Betak-Frangoulis Art Gallery, Canterbury Chapel, Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa

November

NOV 1 First Friday, Downtown Tuscaloosa, 5-9 pm (individual gallery times vary)Leslie Baumhower at Harrison Galleries
NOV 1 First Friday Reception, Women of the Bible: Lashonda RobinsonBetak-Frangoulis Art Gallery, Canterbury Chapel, Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa (NOV 1-30), 5-7 pm
NOV 1 Woodworkers of West Alabama Exhibition, Harrison Galleries, 3215 Univ. Blvd., Tuscaloosa, 6-9 pm
NOV 2 Meridian Art Walk, Union Station, 1901 Front St, Meridian, Miss., 8 am-1 pm
NOV 3 5th Street Vintage Market, Farmer’s Market Pavilion, 4150 5th Street, Northport, 10 am-4 pm
NOV 7 Art Night reception, Art Students of Stillman College, Teer Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport (OCT 29-NOV 22), 5-8 pm
NOV 7 Art Night reception, Museum Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport, 5-8 pm
OCT 29-NOV 22 Art Students of Stillman College, Teer Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport
SEP 14-NOV TBA Philip Henry Gosse: A Naturalist’s Sojourn in Alabama, watercolor exhibition, Smith Hall, UA campus

December

DEC 1 5th Street Vintage Market, Farmer’s Market Pavilion, 4150 5th Street, Northport, 10 am-4 pm
DEC 3 Dickens Downtown, historic downtown Northport, 5-8 pm
DEC 5 Art Night reception, Kentuck Studio Artists Exhibition, Museum Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport (DEC 3-JAN 17), 5-8 pm
DEC 6 First Friday, Downtown Tuscaloosa, 5-9 pm (individual gallery times vary)Al Sella in his studio, probably taken in 1965, Courtesy of the Sella Estate.
OCT 24-DEC 12 William Paul Thomas: Breathin’ Different, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art
DEC 17 Exhibition opening, Wade Hall Postcards Traveling Exhibit: Main Streets, UA (location TBA), (DEC 17-JAN 3)
NOW-DEC 31 ‘Of This Goodly Land:’ Celebrating Alabama’s Bicentennial, 1819-2019, Gorgas Library: Pearce Lobby, Williams Collection; M.H. Bryant Hall: Hoole Special Collections
DEC 17, 2019-JAN 3, 2020 Wade Hall Postcards Traveling Exhibit: Main Streets, UA (location TBA)

2020

JAN 9 Opening reception, Cultural Collateral: Selections from the Permanent Collection, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art (JAN 9-FEB 14), 5-7 pm
DEC 3, 2019-JAN 17, 2020 Kentuck Studio Artists Exhibition, Museum Gallery, Kentuck Art Center, Northport
FEB 27 Opening reception, Renée Stout: In the Parallel Universe, Part 3, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art (FEB 27-APR 10), 5-7 pm
FEB 27-APR 10 Renée Stout: In the Parallel Universe, Part 3, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art
APR 16 Opening reception, Nasrin Iravani: Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, (APR 16-MAY 14), 5-7 pm
APR 16-MAY 14 Nasrin Iravani: Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art"It Don't Come Easy: the Blues in Art from the PRJ Collection," Paul R. Jones Museum

Anytime

Experience the Monster Takeover and other public sculptures in downtown Tuscaloosa and Northport.
Stroll through UA’s Woods Quad Sculpture Garden with six outdoor sculptures, plus other sculptures in adjoining campus lawns and four galleries/museums in the heart of campus.
Here’s the First Friday Gallery Guide: http://www.tuscarts.org/firstfriday_artnight.php

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Look for this e-list each week, a service of the UA Department of Art and Art History. We hope to provide a more or less comprehensive list of exhibits and visual arts events in West Alabama (*and sometimes a wider net, esp. if West Alabama folks are showing), with hyperlinks. Follow the links to get more information. To send your exhibition info, unsubscribe to this email, or to change or add an email address, please email: rachel.dobson@ua.edu. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.

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