Graduate Teaching Assistant
Kathryn Bornhoft is a graduate teaching assistant in art history. She assists in Survey of Art I and II and Early Renaissance Art. Bornhoft’s research areas are the identification and documentation of historic three-dimensional techniques, the gender delineation between craft and fine art since the Middle Ages and stylistic representations of economically disadvantaged and minoritized people and perceived enemies within different cultural art traditions.
Bornhoft received the BFA from UA in 2016 with concentrations in sculpture and ceramics. Her art work was selected for the 2016 Annual BFA Juried Exhibition and she has shown work at The University of Alabama Gallery in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center. Bornhoft received the Bradley Endowed Scholarship as an undergraduate and has been awarded the Joseph & Carolyn Bolt Art Scholarship in her first year as a graduate student. Since 2014, she has participated in the department’s Art Ambassadors program, serving as its coordinator from 2015 through 2017. Bornhoft served as vice president for Crimson Access Alliance, a disability rights student organization at UA. She also teaches occasional art and art history workshops for a local medieval reenactment group.
B.F.A., The University of Alabama (2017); concentrations: sculpture and ceramics