faculty-staff accolades

Sarah Marshall Presents ‘Crowded Air’ at Hoover Library Galleries

Associate Professor Sarah Marshall has a solo exhibition, Crowded Air, September 7-October 31, at the Hoover Public Library Friends Gallery in Hoover, Alabama. Marshall’s images are transferred to fabric using photographic and print techniques such as cyanotype, silkscreen, and relief printing, and dyed using traditional tied and sewn resist techniques, the fabric elements are then

Art & Art History Summer Faculty Accolades 2022

This summer, Dr. Jennifer M. Feltman presented papers (virtually) at two international conferences. In May, at Kalamazoo, Michigan’s 57th Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies, she presented “Visualizing Time: Analyzing and Documenting Layers of Polychromy on the Last Judgment Portal of Notre-Dame.” In July, at the International Medieval Congress 2022, hosted by the University of

Art & Art History April Faculty Accolades 2022

Wade MacDonald, assistant professor of ceramics, was accepted to a one-month artist residency at Zentrum für Keramik, the Center for Ceramics, in Berlin, Germany, for the month of May. MacDonald had work selected for Say Something: Tactile Voices in Clay, the annual national juried exhibition held by Saratoga Clay Arts Center in Schuylerville, New York.

Exquisite Disorientation: Sarah Marshall at the Wiregrass Museum of Art

In April, Associate Professor Sarah Marshall presents a solo exhibition of hand-dyed fabric works and quilts at the Wiregrass Museum of Art in Dothan, Alabama. The work in Exquisite Disorientation incorporates printmaking techniques such as screenprinting, cyanotype and relief printing on fabric. Like much of Marshall’s complex and recurring iconography, the images are influenced by

Art & Art History March Faculty Accolades 2022

Dr. Jennifer M. Feltman published, “The Afflicted Body of Job and the Aesthetic of Wholeness in Gothic Sculpture,” in The Routledge Companion to Art and Disability, edited by Keri W. Watson and Timothy Hiles (Routledge, 2022). The book contains essays that explore disability in visual culture to uncover the ways in which bodily and cognitive

Art & Art History February Faculty Accolades 2022

Bryce Speed, associate professor, painting, has work included in the juried group exhibition, A Plot Hatched by Two, by Warbling Collective, at Yorktown Workshops, in London. Speed also exhibited his work in a two-person exhibition at Gallery VOX in Tarrant, Alabama. Eichold Gallery at Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama, will host a solo exhibition,

Museum Director Appointed to Alabama Visual Arts Network Board

Daniel White, director of the Paul R. Jones Museum and The University of Alabama Gallery, has been appointed to a three-year term on the board of the Alabama Visual Arts Network (ALVAN). White received the MFA in ceramics from Rochester Institute of Technology and the BFA in ceramics from the University of Montevallo. He has

Art Historian Publishes on Early 20th-Century Chinese Women Artists

Assistant Professor Dr. Doris Sung published an article in AWARE (Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions) research database that examines the impact of Chinese women artists just after the fall of imperial rule in early twentieth-century China. In “Chinese Women Artists in the Early Twentieth Century,” Dr. Sung discusses women artists’ contributions to the