Assistant Professor of Art/NTRC
Giang Pham teaches foundations courses at The University of Alabama, primarily 2D Design and Drawing I. Prior to teaching at UA, Professor Pham taught at the University of Florida and Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Fla. She received her MFA in sculpture from the University of Florida and her BFA in painting and printmaking from the University of Tulsa, Okla.
Professor Pham’s current research centers on the legibility of images and the perception of text in which the viewing experience becomes a metaphor for navigating structural inequities, information inaccessibility and shaping perceptions. More of her work can be viewed at altimablossom.net.
Recent and Upcoming Exhibitions
Jan.-Feb. 2019 Field Work: Retrospective of Broadsided Press, curated by Elizabeth Bradfield, Georgia Southern University, Ga.
Jan.-Mar. 2019 (GENESIS) Political Art Exhibition and Publication, DabArt, Los Angeles, Calif.
Dec. 2018-Jan. 2019 Art Encounter, Naples Art Association, Naples, Fla. (national juried)
Nov.-Dec. 2018 Black and White, 311 Gallery, Raleigh, N.C.
Oct.-Dec. 2018 Echoes, Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan, Ala.
Oct. 2018 “Science Lesson,” Broadsided Press, online
Sep.-Oct. 2018 Alabama Women’s Caucus for Arts Members Showcase, Von Braun Civic Center, Huntsville, Ala.
Aug.-Sep. 2018 Art of the South, Crosstown Arts Center, Memphis, Tenn. (Brian R. Jobe, juror)
Feb. 16-Mar. 4 2018 Abstract Mind, CICA Museum, Korea (international juried exhibition)
Jan. 23-Apr., 2017 REFRAIN, Eric Dean Gallery in Crawfordsville, Ind., two-person exhibition
Dec. 2015 Chattanooga Association for Visual Arts Juried Exhibition, juror
May 2015-Aug., 2015 FEAST: pleasure + hunger + ritual. Lexington Art League. Lexington, Ky.
Summer 2015 (n)either (n)or. Curatorial Lab. Madison, Wis.
Interviews and Recent and Upcoming Presentations
October 2018, paper presentation, SECAC, University of Alabama at Birmingham, “But Disciplined in Approach”
M.F.A., Sculpture, University of Florida, Gainesville
B.F.A., Painting and Printmaking, University of Tulsa, OK