scholarships

Art & Art History Scholarship Awards Presented at Honors Day

During Honors Day ceremonies in the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, April 1, 2019, twenty undergraduates in studio art and art history were awarded $81,000 in scholarships for the coming year. To qualify, studio art students submitted portfolios and exhibited their best work in the Advanced Scholarship Exhibition in February and art history students submitted

Art and Art History To Recognize Outstanding Students on Honors Day

The UA Department of Art and Art History will present scholarship awards for the coming academic year and recognize outstanding student achievement during the Honors Day Convocation and Reception, Friday, April 5, 2019, at 2 p.m. in the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, Garland Hall. Students who have been awarded scholarship awards for the upcoming

Art and Art History Scholarship Applications Open Now

Scholarship applications are now available for current and incoming undergraduate students in studio art and art history in the UA Department of Art and Art History. Deadlines begin February 1, 2019. Students are urged to download application materials now and begin the process of applying. Last year, the Department of Art and Art History awarded

UA Students and Faculty Participate in National Ceramics Conference

In March 2017, UA ceramics faculty, student and alumna participated in the annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) in Portland, Oregon. MFA candidate Sydney Ewerth presented art works and a lecture. Assistant Professor Matt Mitros, instructor Wade MacDonald, Ewerth and recent MFA graduate Virginia Eckinger presented art works in

Farley Moody Galbraith

In January of 2013, Farley Moody Galbraith, the primary patron of the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art for the past 25 years, passed away. Because of Galbraith’s longstanding interest and her endowment, the gallery (originally supported by and named for Galbraith’s mother, Sarah McCorkle Moody) enjoys a strong reputation in the national art community. This issue is