WhatWeDidSummers

UA Graduate Student Paints “The Immigrant Life”

UA graduate student in painting and professor of biology Juan López-Bautista has paintings on display now through August 10 at Ayers LRC Art Gallery in Anniston, Ala. The exhibition, titled “The Immigrant Life,” expresses López-Bautista’s ideas of the migratory life through abstract, fluid, moving shapes that allude to the most internal processes of life.   

CrossingPoints Summer Bridge Program Experiences UA Art

In July and August, Associate Professor Bill Dooley spent two mornings a week teaching drawing and an introduction to wet and dry media to our former Garland Hall neighbors at CrossingPoints. Dooley taught art classes to graduate students, teachers and young adults of varying abilities in the CrossingPoints Summer Bridge Program, which provides college-age students with intellectual disabilities

Art Students Find Synergy in European Study Abroad

In May, UA instructor of photography and digital media Lee Black and students delved deep into art and the psyche. Black and co-director Dr. Joy Burnham, Professor of Counselor Education, led eleven UA students on a May interim course to Switzerland and Austria titled, “UA in Europe: Finding Meaning – Synergy of Psychology & Art