Fuel & Lumber

Artist Lecture: William Downs

Events: April 14: William Downs artist lecture, 203 Garland Hall, The University of Alabama, 6:00 pm April 14-May 13: William Downs installation and exhibition, The Fuel & Lumber Company, 2003 8th Street, Tuscaloosa  Atlanta-based artist William Downs will lecture on his diverse drawing-centered practice at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 14, 2016, in Garland Hall,

Lisa Iglesias to Present Artist Lecture and Workshop at UA

The UA Department of Art and Art History announces an artist lecture by Lisa Iglesias on Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 6 p.m. in 203 Garland Hall. Iglesias will also lead a workshop in Pete Schulte’s Concepts/ Advanced Concepts in Drawing class (ART 344/444). In conjunction with her talk and workshop, Iglesias will present a drawing installation at

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

Acclaimed Artist Jay Davis to Lecture in Garland Hall

On Tuesday, November 4, The University of Alabama Department of Art and Art History is pleased to welcome internationally acclaimed artist Jay Davis to Tuscaloosa. Davis will lecture about his diverse body of paintings and works on paper. The lecture will take place in 203 Garland Hall at 6:00pm on UA campus.  In conjunction with

Artist Jiha Moon to lecture and exhibit work in Tuscaloosa

On Thursday, October 16, The University of Alabama Department of Art and Art History welcomes internationally acclaimed artist Jiha Moon to Tuscaloosa. Moon will speak about her varied creative practice, which integrates painting, works on paper, fabric, ceramics, installation and multiple methods of printmaking. Assistant Professor Pete Schulte says about her work, “In Moon’s hands the distant past and