Montevallo Recycling Center
Professor Collin Williams Community Art class did a major face lift for the receyling center, which was an old industrial site. For more information Click Here
Handmade Books on Display
Carmichael Library has on display recent handmade books from Min Sun Lee's Graphic Design: Book Binding class. The following students are participating in this display:
Mark Basco, Melissa Frennea, Margaret Hague, Charles McLemore, Jessica Richard, Matthew Shirley, Aziza Shunnarah, Hannah Stein, Michelle Anderson, Kimberlee Bullock, Jasmine Densmore, Joyce Garrison, Sky Johnson and Emily Jones.
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Marcedes Jones received with the Scholars' Choice of the Year Award at the McNair banquet.
Large Format Prints on Display
Large format prints are displayed at the Carmichael Library and Malone Center from Collin Willam's New Media class.
Min Sun Lee Contributes Innovative Design Thinking
Min Sun Lee participated in a design think tank, which focuses on soving social and environmental issues in rural Alabama. For more details. Click Here
Ted Metz Latest Scuplture
Ted Metz has been commissioned by the Bluff Part Art Association to build the Aldridge Gardens sculpture. Ted was one of 14 sculptors to apply to the BPAA for the contest and was chosen out of five finalists. For more details. Click Here.
Min Sun Lee taught Graphic Design at the Universidade Federal-Goiania, Brazil
Min Sun Lee, Assistant Professor of Art, was recently awarded the US-Brazil grant program as a Visiting Professor and scholar at the Universidade Federal-Goiania, Brazil to teach graphic design during summer. The US-Brazil grant program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education through the Fund for the Funds for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education (FIPSE) and from the Brazil Ministry of Education through the Fundação Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nivel Superior (CAPEAS).
Deborah Karpman Receives Award
Deborah Karpman, Assistant Professor of Art, has been awarded a Visual Arts Fellowship by the Alabama State Council on the Arts. This $5000 award is given every two years to Alabama artists who deomonstrate artistic excellence and professional commitment and is considered the most prestigious award given to artists by ASCA. Deb is in her third year at UM where she teaches drawing and directs our studio foundations program. Congratulations, Deb!
Stone Carving on Display
Carmichael Library has on display recent sculpture from Ted Metz's Stone Carving class. The pieces were cut from beautiful "rock" of Colorado albaster, shaped, and polished into fascinating forms and textures. The work will be displayed until the end of Summer 1. For more images click here
The following students are participating in this display:
Katie Avant, Danielle Banner, Kirsten A. Bowman, Melissa Brobston, Sommer Fortner, Joyce Garrison, Parker Hunt, Joshua James, Jason Jeffcoat, Hannah Ronan-Daniell, and Alexander Schmidt.
Thanks to the students and the library for this chance to share great work.
Department of Art
Department of Art