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The University of Alabama Gallery

The University of Alabama Gallery is 1,500 square feet and offers a year-round schedule of exhibitions of artistic works, artifacts, textiles and more from permanent collections held by The University of Alabama as well as works by faculty, students, guest artists and designers.

Exhibit openings at both The Arts Council and The University of Alabama Galleries in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center take place on First Fridays from 5-8 pm and are free and open to the public.

Visit The University of Alabama Gallery's new website at uagallery.as.ua.edu.


Upcoming Exhibit

Collaborate"Collaborate: An Exhibit Featuring Kentuck Artists"


Exhibit Dates: April 21-May 25, 2017

First Friday Reception: May 5 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Background: There will be approximately 60 works featured in a variety of mediums, from painting and sculpture to weavings and home furnishings.



Artists will include:

Lorrie Lane
Lane is an improvisational realist painter whose subjects include flowers, birds’ nests, garden landscapes, and portraits. She has participated in shows such as Artsclamation!, The Brentwood Show, and the Huntsville Art Museum Galas and also has had solo exhibits in Nashville, Tennessee, and upstate New York. Lane was born in upstate New York and graduated from Smith College.

Daniel Livingston
Livingston is a two-time graduate and emeritus professor of ceramics at UA. He specializes in raku and has won multiple awards at festivals across the country. His work is represented in private and corporate collections throughout the United States, England, France, Japan, and New Zealand.

Steve Davis
Davis of Sunheart Metalworks is a self-taught metalsmith, who brings to life ferrous and non-ferrous metals using a variety of contemporary and traditional techniques. Sunheart commissions include Westervelt Gardens, Children’s Hands On Museum, the UA Arboretum, and downtown Northport streetscape projects.

Jessica Tuggle and Andrea Moen
Tuggle and Moen are weavers with Weaving Alabama. Together they use three floor-looms at the shop to create hundreds of yards of handwoven fabric.

Terrell Taylor
Taylor was born in Union, Mississippi, and grew up in various states throughout the South. Terrell has a background in art and anthropology, and her works, which vary from prints, paintings, sculptures, and more, are often inspired by southern life.  

Sydney Gruber
Gruber was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. She began as an alchemy artist who restored gently used furnishings to give them new life. Her specialty is in revitalizing and rejuvenating the mundane with vibrant swirls and patterns of paint.

Kerry Kennedy
Kennedy's first love is pottery and sculptural ceramics. She has thrown pottery for over 10 years and makes primarily functional pieces. She is deeply interested in works that fuse thrown forms with organic aesthetics.


The Gallery is open weekdays from 9 am - 5 pm & the First Friday of every month Noon to 8 pm.

Gallery Hours

Weekdays: 9 am - 5 pm

First Friday: Noon - 8 pm