SMGA exhibition archives

2018-2019 SMGA Exhibitions

PAST EXHIBITIONS IN THE SARAH MOODY GALLERY OF ART   August 23 – September 28, 2018 Com-bine – Selections from the Permanent Collection Reception Thursday, September 6, 5-7 pm October 11, 2018 Art Lecture: Anne Keener, Curator of Pattern Thinking: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Collection of Tom and Cynthia Schneider, Lloyd Hall 226, 3:30 pm October 11

2017-2018 SMGA Exhibitions

We are Selma: The Selma Portrait Project by Kathryn Mayo  August 24 – September 29, 2017 Contemporary Consolidated: Selections from the Permanent Collection, SMGA and UA Gallery Nov. 7 Gallery Walkthrough with William Hall October 12 – November 22, 2017 Department of Art and Art History Studio Faculty Research Biennial December 7, 2017– January 26,

2016-2017 SMGA Exhibitions

MFA Thesis Exhibitions: Kelsey Windham and Celestia Morgan April 21 – May 26, 2017 Mel Kendrick: Woodblocks March 2 – April 12, 2017 Echoes along the Syrian Border: Family Archeology and the Sound of Distant Gunfire: Works by James Emmette Neel January 12-February 17, 2017 Saturated: Selections from the Permanent Collection  November 17 – December 16, 2016

2015-2016 SMGA Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions in the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art UA Department of Art and Art History Faculty Biennial Exhibition April 19-May 27, 2016 View photos of the exhibition on View photos of the exhibition on In This House: Selections from the Permanent Collection March 10-April 10, 2016 View photos of the exhibition on

2014-2015 SMGA Exhibitions

2014-2015 Exhibition Schedule for the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art Redefining the Multiple: 13 Japanese Printmakers August 28 – September 26, 2014 View a pdf of the gallery’s installation. View photos of the installation on Flickr. Urban Virtue: Paintings by Cora Cohen and Susanne Doremus October 9 – November 7, 2014 Artists Talk View a pdf

2009-2010 SMGA Exhibitions

THE YEAR’S PAST EXHIBITIONS IN THE SARAH MOODY GALLERY OF ART Dozier Bell: Navigator July 31 – September 4, 2009 Maine artist Dozier Bell’s work is as near to us as it is far. Tiny charcoal drawings on Mylar and large paintings on canvas intrigue observers with representative images of city, sky and sea, framing