Three UA Art Majors Demo Skills at March First Friday Art Walk

BFA major Libby Morris demoing her painting method during December First Friday in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, Tuscaloosa. Courtesy Abi Brewer.

Once again, First Friday Art Walk will feature UA student artists demonstrating their skills on Friday March 3, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. in downtown Tuscaloosa venues.

New to the group is UA sophomore Azalea Suchodolski, a double major in psychology and art, who will be painting in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center. Returning demonstrators will be UA BFA sophomore Libby Morris at Black Warrior Brewing Company; senior art major Abi Brewer at Harrison Galleries; and UAB student Mikayla Hammock at Avenue Pub.

The demonstrations are organized by UA art major Abi Brewer as part of the West Alabama Chamber of Commerce’s Cultural Arts and Tourism committee, which includes Sandy Wolfe, Chamber board member and director of The Arts Council and Brewer, in an effort to promote the arts downtown. Artists who volunteer can demonstrate their art practice at one of several downtown Tuscaloosa galleries and venues during future First Friday Art Walks, including Harrison Galleries, Lorrie Lane Studio, Paul R. Jones Museum, The UA Gallery and The Arts Council Gallery (both in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center).

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