Ten alumni in the College of Arts and Sciences were honored as members of the UAB Excellence in Business Top 25 class of 2019.

Print media artist Rich Gere comes to UAB from the Department of Art and Design at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.

The number of College of Arts and Sciences students who win major national and international scholarships and fellowships grows every year. What does it take to win one of these major prizes?

Our university enables faculty to make connections across various disciplines, schools, and centers, and being a part of the College of Arts and Sciences provides my colleagues and me with a broad platform to support this kind of effective interdisciplinary work.

Please join UAB’s Association of Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the Department of Art and Art History for Dinner + Movie, featuring "Tim’s Vermeer."
Two free exhibitions will be featured Sept. 10-Oct. 20 in UAB’s AEIVA as part of the conference.

AEIVA will host a solo exhibition for UAB Assistant Professor of Sculpture Stacey Holloway, who is the recipient of SECAC’s annual Artist’s Fellowship. AEIVA recently spoke with Holloway about her work and the upcoming exhibition, which opens Sept. 10.

Heather McPherson, Ph.D., was awarded the 2018 Ireland Prize for Scholarly Distinction.
Independent curator and writer Brett Levine will discuss Carlos Rolón’s large-scale painting, “Tokyo Boogie.”
The awards are for Samantha Richardson’s work for the Fountain Heights community, which she completed as a student.
For the exhibition, Baulos will present portraits of artists who inspire him, many of whom are also from Alabama.
Works by 17 students will be on display. A free closing reception is from 5-7 p.m. Friday, April 27.
UAB art faculty will open their studios and give free art demonstrations.
Faculty and students in the Department of Art and Art History will lead the design workshops.
From Alabama’s only bhangra/Bollywood dance competition to an outdoor concert with Red Baraat, explore India’s arts, food and culture.
More than 80 works created by University of Alabama at Birmingham students were selected by guest juror Virginia Griswold for the 42nd annual Juried Student Exhibition
Presented by the American Advertising Federation of Birmingham, the ADDY Awards are the advertising industry's largest competition.
Bajuyo will discuss her visual research and studio practice and work with students to install a sculpture made of discarded compact discs.
Keynote speaker Meryl Bailey will speak about cultural heritage, art and the law.
Assistant Professor of Art History Noa Turel will present a paper, “Drawing Machines and Redrawing a World Order in Late-Medieval Europe,” at the 106th annual College Art Association national conference.
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