For “The Shrine of the Most Glorious Future,” Wilson’s “followers” will demonstrate their rituals at the show’s free opening reception.
A graphic design student has made her schoolwork “work” for her, as she graduates and starts her own small business with good taste and big dreams.
These exhibitions are the pinnacle of achievement for those students accepted into the BFA program at UAB.
“A Letter Edged in Black” will be on show Feb. 4-23, with a free closing reception Feb. 22, which will feature a live music installation.
Using pages from romance novels and pin-ups, Derek Cracco’s constellation-like works explore society’s fascination with the sexes.
Artist Luba Lukova will speak on her work Oct. 5 then open a new exhibition of her work on show at the UAB Visual Arts Gallery.
Works by Gary Chapman and John Douglas Powers were among 12 winners selected from 80 works in The Red Clay Survey.
Three UAB professors are among 15 individuals honored with fellowship grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.