Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center

First Friday Opens This Week at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center

The galleries of the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center will open this Friday evening from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., for the first First Friday Artwalk in Tuscaloosa since March 2020. Visitors are asked to wear masks and stay at least six feet apart while they enjoy the open, spacious galleries of Tuscaloosa’s own art center.

‘Apophenia:’ Kelly Shannon MFA Thesis Exhibition

Graduate student Kelly Shannon will present her MFA thesis exhibition at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center during December. Titled apophenia, the display will be open to the public Dec. 2, 2016 – Jan. 6, 2017, in The Arts Council Gallery. An opening reception will be held on Dec. 2 from 5-8 p.m. during First Friday.

Arts Council Gallery Hosts Solo Show by UA Alumnus Eric Nubbe

The work of Eric Nubbe will be featured in The Arts Council Gallery Nov. 4-25, 2016, with an opening reception on Nov. 4 from 5-8 p.m. during First Friday. Titled More Things, the exhibit will feature Nubbe’s sculptures in aluminum, bronze, steel and wood.  Eric Nubbe received a BFA in art with a concentration in

UA Gallery Hosts UA/UAB Joint Faculty Art Exhibit

In an unprecedented event, the work of art and art history faculty from The University of Alabama and the University of Alabama at Birmingham will be displayed from Friday, Aug. 5 to Friday, Sept. 30 at the UA Gallery in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in downtown Tuscaloosa. The public is invited, free of

Alumni Deborah Hughes Will Exhibit at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will host an exhibit of works by UA art alumna and local artist Deborah Hughes at the Hughes’ recent experience as curator of themed shows at the University Medical Center prompted her to start looking for a unifying theme in her own work. “I noticed that rocks played

Two sculptors’ work interacts at the Cultural Arts Center

Now on exhibit in The University of Alabama Gallery in Tuscaloosa’s Cultural Arts Center is a show combining the sculptures of a professor and student, a mentor and fledging artist. UA Sculpture: Virginia Eckinger and Craig Wedderspoon will be on display at the gallery through July 31. They have never exhibited in a two-person show until Wedderspoon suggested