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Graduate Student in Printmaking Juried into National Shows

In January, graduate student Sarah Dittmann’s mixed media work, Shell Collecting #2, was juried into the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance’s Pulling Prints exhibition in Narrowsburg, N.Y. The show will be up from February 8 through March 14, 2020, in DVAA’s Loft Gallery. In November 2019, the work was juried into Light Space & Time Online

Research at UA Wins Over Art History Student

Our Alumni Spotlight Series focuses on UA art alumni who are in the midst of an art career now, whether they are continuing with schooling or have taken their art skills out into the work world. “UA has some of the best research opportunities for undergraduates,” Nadia DelMedico declared confidently in a recent interview. And

Art History Class Treated to Exhibit Tour by Museum Curator

This fall, Dr. Rachel Stephens took her graduate seminar students in American Portraiture (ARH 577) on a field trip to the Birmingham Museum of Art. The class visited the exhibition Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now, organized by the National Portrait Gallery, and were treated to a tour by BMA Curator of American Art Dr.

Graduate Student Explores Mexican-American Identity Through Art

Graduate student Juan M. Lopez-Bautista presents an exhibition of his paintings, titled Borderlands/Zonas Fronterizas, Nov. 7, 2019-Jan. 15, 2020 in the Martin-Lett Gallery of Art in the Oxford Performing Arts Center, Oxford, Ala. There will be an opening reception, Thursday, Nov. 7 at 5:30 pm. Lopez-Bautista said, “This painting show continues with my quest for

Summer Accolades of UA Art Faculty

Summer’s heat and humidity haven’t slowed down University of Alabama art and art history faculty! Assistant professor Allison Grant (photography) had three photographs juried into the exhibition Home at the SE Center for Photography in Greenville, SC. Seven of Grant’s photographs were featured in a blog post for Pictura Gallery, Bloomington, Indiana, written by one

Art and Art History Faculty Accolades for Spring 2019

Poster Biennial Oaxaca, in Mexico. Cumberland also had a poster design accepted to the 9th Eco Poster: Climate Changes Exhibition, hosted by the Art Institute of Cieszyn, and exhibited at the Karolinka Cultural Center in Radzionków, Poland. Lucy Curzon published “Visualising the Home Front: Evelyn Dunbar and Wartime Citizenship” in Oxford Art Journal, December 2018. Bill