Exhibits & Gallery Shows

Cultural Arts Center Gallery Unveils Next Exhibition

The next exhibition in The University of Alabama Gallery in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, “Wash by Margaret Wrinkle: Seeing Across the Divide,” features a series of photographs taken by Wrinkle at slavery-related sites throughout the South while researching her critically acclaimed novel, “Wash.” Published by Grove/Atlantic, Wrinkle’s novel “Wash” reexamines American slavery in ways that challenge many […]

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Creatively Speaking

Art Night fosters UA, local arts communities For the September Art Night, the first of the 2013 fall semester, artists flocked to campus for an energizing get-together with food and camaraderie. “I’m excited to see who’s going to come tonight,” said UA student Sarah Austin as early arrivals began filtering in. Since 2003, Art Night […]

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New UA Gallery Opens with Rug Exhibit

Gallery Part of Tuscaloosa’s New Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center From the August 2013 Desktop News | The University of Alabama has opened a new gallery in Downtown Tuscaloosa that will provide a public showcase for UA collections, artifacts, and art. Part of the new Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center (CAC), the gallery is the culmination of […]

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Bracero Exhibit Highlights Immigrant Issues

Smithsonian Guest Worker Exhibit Displayed at UA From the 2013 Celebrating Excellence | Immigration has been on the minds of many in Alabama since the passage of Alabama’s House Bill 56, regarded as the nation’s strictest anti-illegal immigration legislation. In the discipline of American studies, however, immigration is an enduring theme and, in the College’s Department of […]

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Reciprocity in Art

Photography Students Draw Inspiration from Jones Collection Students in Christopher Jordan’s digital photography class borrowed a technique from musical composition to create art that turns the notion of the artist and the audience into a back-and-forth exchange. “’Call and response’ refers to a compositional tactic where one line of music, perhaps a bit of melody, […]

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Migration/s Exhibit Used as Interdisciplinary Learning Experience

From the March 2013 Desktop News | “Migration/s,” a collaborative exhibition featuring works in the Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art at The University of Alabama, opens this month at the Paul R. Jones Gallery of Art in downtown Tuscaloosa and will be on display until April 19. The exhibit, part of a semester-long exploration of the […]

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Music and Dance Performances, Art Showcase to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of UA’s Holtkamp Organ

A two-story-high Holtkamp organ, with brass pipes extending to the ceiling, is the centerpiece of the Concert Hall in the Frank M. Moody Music Building on The University of Alabama campus. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the majestic instrument, an 86-rank, 65-stop Holtkamp organ that can fill the concert hall with sound with […]

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Paul Jones Gallery of Art Opens ‘Identity Lessons’

An exhibition of works curated by students in the College opened this week at The Paul R. Jones Gallery of Art. “Identity Lessons” showcases works from the Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art at The University of Alabama, and is on display until Dec. 17. Selections for the exhibit were chosen by more than […]

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