Sarah Marshall

UA Professor’s Work Juried into National Print Exhibition

Associate Professor of Art Sarah Marshall‘s new fabric work, Past Crimes, was juried into the 27th Parkside National Print Exhibition, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, by juror John Hitchcock, professor of art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Marshall is interested in how everyday experiences are constructed and recorded in the human mind. Her work explores the links

Printmaking Professor’s Work Juried into International Exhibition

Associate Professor Sarah Marshall’s screenprint, “Cells Talk – Love Happens!” has been accepted into the 2021 Delta National Small Print Exhibition at the Bradbury Art Museum at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas. The exhibition opens January 21 and runs through February 17. This year’s juror was Charlotte Dutoit, founder and director of Justkids Global

Sarah Marshall’s Fabric Prints Featured in Solo Show

Associate Professor Sarah Marshall has a solo exhibition, Untrustworthy Night, September 6-28, 2018, at the 621 Gallery in Tallahassee, Fla. She features a collection of printed and dyed fabric works in which, she notes, “tones of blue, images of the eye and collage assembly suggest the nighttime activities of the human imagination.” http://www.621gallery.org/2018/09/sarah-marshall-untrustworthy-night/

Haylee Walker Achieves Her Job Goal

BFA 2016 graduate Haylee Walker recently started a new job using the printmaking skills and experience she learned at UA. Walker received the bachelor of fine arts degree from UA with a primary concentration in printmaking and a secondary concentration in digital media. This fall JNJ Apparel in Northport, an automatic screen-printing shop, hired Walker

Art Professors Awarded National Science Foundation Grant for Emergent Learning

Brian Evans, Lucy Curzon and Sarah Marshall have secured a $350,000 National Science Foundation grant to find new ways to create a “system” that will foster creativity among a large group of students participating in an online class. The idea of the project, titled “Autonomous Cohorts and Emergent Learning,” said Evans, “is to use a