An exhibit exploring Namibian craft culture through photographs, a documentary and physical objects collected during a University of Alabama student’s visit to the African country are on display Nov. 6-23 at the University Gallery in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in downtown Tuscaloosa.
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Renowned Alabama photographer P.H. Polk’s images of famed botanist George Washington Carver during his days at Tuskegee Institute will be displayed Aug. 27-Sept. 25 at The University of Alabama’s Paul R. Jones Gallery of Art in downtown Tuscaloosa.
UA Faculty Member, Collaborator to Display Photographs of Cuban Farmers in Rome for Vatican Celebration
An exhibit featuring a series of photos taken in Cuba by Chip Cooper, faculty member and artist-in-residence at The University of Alabama’s Honors College, and Julio Ángel Larramendi Joa will be on display starting June 4 at the Massimiliano Massimo Institute in Rome in an exhibit titled “ Campesinos.” The exhibit is part of the celebration of the 80th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the Vatican.
The University of Alabama’s Honors College, in partnership with the Do Good Fund, will host an opening reception for the exhibition “Eternal Moments: Photographs of the South” Friday, May 15, in Marion, as part of the 57 Miles Initiative.
More than 25 photographs, lithographs and digital collages centered on the theme of “Photography Speaks: Community, Place, and Identity” are on display at The University of Alabama’s Paul R. Jones Gallery of Art in downtown Tuscaloosa through Feb. 20.
Fireworks displays are not only beautiful to watch but exciting to capture in print. The University of Alabama’s Kent Gidley will have you shooting pictures like a pro this Fourth of July with these simple tips for capturing great fireworks. First, make sure you have the items you need to accomplish your goal — DSLR camera […]
Your vacation is supposed to be fun, and you want your photos to reflect that, but sometimes getting the perfect picture can be harder than you anticipated. The University of Alabama’s Zachary Riggins offers a few tips that may help you get the shots you envisioned.
More than 20 photographs depicting the civil rights movement will be displayed June 17-28 at The University of Alabama’s Supply Store in the Ferguson Center. The free exhibit, compiled from the archives of The Birmingham News, is sponsored by the UA College of Continuing Studies, The Birmingham News and AL.com. The exhibit will travel the state for the remainder of the year, representatives said.
Photographer Chip Cooper, a faculty member in The University of Alabama’s College of Arts and Sciences, will participate in the Miami Book Fair International this month alongside a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer noted for photographing celebrities.
A research collaboration between Chip Cooper, noted Alabama photographer and faculty member in The University of Alabama’s College of Arts and Sciences, and Cuban Néstor Martí, a photographer for the Office of the Havana, has resulted in “Old Havana/La Habana Vieja,” a photography book released by The University of Alabama Press.