online exhibition

Sella-Granata Gallery Showcases New Grad Students

The Sella-Granata Art Gallery is showcasing work by new graduate students in studio art Ryan Akers, Molly Greene, William Henry, Parker Hunt, Stephanie Kirkland and Kole Nichols. The exhibition will run from September 21 through October 9 in the SGAG in Woods Hall and online. View the exhibition on Flickr.com and on Facebook.com. Ryan Akers

UA Art Museum, Galleries Open to the Public

The University of Alabama’s museums and galleries are an essential part of the education and development of UA students and the enrichment of the wider community. During the COVID-19 pandemic, UA’s art havens, both on-campus and in downtown Tuscaloosa, welcome visitors who wear masks and practice safe distancing. The Paul R. Jones Museum is open

Sarah Moody Gallery Announces Revolving Exhibition

The Sarah Moody Gallery of Art is proud and excited to present a special revolving exhibition, Wobble – Selections from the Permanent Collection, which will open September 15 and run through November 20, 2020. Installation photos can be viewed on Flickr.com and on Facebook.com. Contemporary art is not unlike planet earth in that it also

UA Museum, Galleries Present Exhibitions Online

Latest online exhibitions New Studio Art Graduate Student Show 2020 Sella-Granata Art Gallery Flickr.com | Facebook.com Wobble: Selections from the Permanent Collection Sarah Moody Gallery of Art Flickr.com | Facebook.com Sara Garden Armstrong: Threads and Layers Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center Flickr.com | Facebook.com When They See Us, What Do They See?: Perspectives on Black

Sara Garden Armstrong at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center Galleries

The University of Alabama Department of Art and Art History proudly presents Sara Garden Armstrong: Threads and Layers, August 7 – September 25, 2020, in The University of Alabama Gallery and The Arts Council Gallery of the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in Tuscaloosa. The public is invited to a reception for the artist Friday,

Fragmented and Forgotten: Amber Quinn Master of Arts Thesis Exhibition

The University of Alabama’s Department of Art and Art History is proud to announce Fragmented and Forgotten, the master of arts thesis exhibition of Amber Quinn. Quinn’s exhibition, originally scheduled for April, will be held July 8-24, 2020, in The Arts Council Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in Tuscaloosa. The gallery is

UA Studio Faculty Showcase Summer Surprises

CONVERGENCE: UA STUDIO ART FACULTY The University of Alabama Gallery June 1- July 23, 2020, and online: Flickr.com | Facebook.com The summer semester is always a slower time around Tuscaloosa. Many faculty are working on studio and art history research projects. In that respect, despite COVID-19, this summer is no different and the director Daniel

Art@Alabama Degree Exhibitions Go Virtual

Congratulations to our graduates! Among our MFA, MFA and BFA graduates, we have seven degree recipients whose exhibitions have been posted online. Take a look! Online exhibition – Amber Quinn MA Thesis Exhibition, Flickr, Facebook Online exhibition – Jude Anogwih MFA Thesis Exhibition, Flickr, Facebook Online exhibition – Nasrin Iravani MFA Thesis Exhibition, Flickr, Facebook Katie

Do You See What I See? Jones Collection Online Preview

Do You See What I See? – Selections from the Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art An online preview of an exhibition in the Paul R. Jones Museum May 8 – August 31, 2020: Artists include William J. Anderson, Radcliffe Bailey, Doughba H. Caranda-Martin, William Crite, Allan L. Edmunds, Michael Ellison, Jessica Scott Felder, Ronald Lockett, Fahamu