digital media

“Utterly Useless” Digital Media Art Exhibition

You’re invited to enjoy some “utterly useless” creative digital media explorations from the Department of Art and Art History! On Tuesday evening, April 24, from 7:30 to 9:00 pm, digital media students in Assistant Professor Jane Cassidy’s Digital Art Seminar, will screen several fascinating works of digital art. Dubbing themselves at semester’s end, “The Utterly Useless,”

Screening on the Green

On Thursday evening, April 27, digital media students in Assistant Professor Jane Cassidy’s ART 408/326 will screen several works they created over the semester, on Woods Quad. The screening will take place from 8 to 10 pm and the public is invited and encouraged to bring a blanket or folding chair to watch the “movies”! Digital

Art Students Find Synergy in European Study Abroad

In May, UA instructor of photography and digital media Lee Black and students delved deep into art and the psyche. Black and co-director Dr. Joy Burnham, Professor of Counselor Education, led eleven UA students on a May interim course to Switzerland and Austria titled, “UA in Europe: Finding Meaning – Synergy of Psychology & Art

Visualizing Feeling: The Mood Portrait Project Exhibition

Exhibition:   The Mood Portrait Project: UA Digital Art Class Exhibition Dates:           February 21-29, 2016 Where:         Harrison Galleries, 2315 University Boulevard, Tuscaloosa Reception:   February 26, 6-9 p.m. Instructor Barbara Lee Black asked her digital art students to keep a visual diary of their emotional states for the

An Exhibition of Gravity: Taking Art Seriously

Exhibition:  Gravity: Ausharea Adams, Tanika Powers and Haylee Walker BFA Exhibition Dates:          February 24-March 9, 2016 Where:        The University of Alabama, Sella-Granata Art Gallery, 109 Woods Hall Reception:  Thursday, March 3, 5-7 p.m., Sella-Granata Art Gallery Three seniors take their next step toward the professional degree in art with this culminating Bachelor of

The Fuel & Lumber Company Presents Installations by Lisa Iglesias and Jane Cassidy

The Fuel & Lumber Company presents two installations by artists Lisa Iglesias and Jane Cassidy, opening February 11, 2016. Jane Cassidy will present her installation, Music For Cars At Night On Country Roads, at The Fuel & Lumber Company’s Tuscaloosa Project Space at 7:30 p.m., following Lisa Iglesias’ lecture on UA campus at 6:00 p.m. In conjunction with a talk

Digital Media Students Display Designs in Ferg Gallery

Assistant Professor Jane Cassidy’s ART 224 and ART 324 Digital Media classes will exhibit their digital media art work in the Ferguson Center Gallery now through December 10. The public is invited to a reception, Wednesday, December 2, 5-7 pm. Students in ART 224 created infographic posters in response to different social issues. They worked collaboratively with professors