First UA Art Camp a Legendary Success

Campers and staff at UA Art Camp 2022.

Graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni made our first UA Art Camp an overwhelming success. Campers signed up for one of four media areas led by expert faculty or staff and highly skilled assistants to get a week-long taste of the undergraduate experience at UA during regular fall and spring semesters. The entire inaugural event was organized and coordinated by instructor Charlotte Wegrzynowski.

In printmaking, Associate Professor Sarah Marshall was assisted by graduate student Kat Murray; in ceramics, instructor (and alumna) Meg Howton was assisted by graduate students Dillan Ladner and Parker Hunt; in graphic design, instructor Cassandra Palmer was assisted by creative writing MFA student and graphic designer Joshua Sackett; and in sculpture, Professor Craig Wedderspoon was assisted by foundry specialist (and alumna) Ringo Lisko; senior arts technician (and alumnus) James Davis; and Sam Norris, BFA major in ceramics and sculpture.

To see more photos of this year’s art camp activities, go here.

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