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.

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The Arts Council Gallery and The University of Alabama Gallery

DECEMBER EXHIBITS AT THE DINAH WASHINGTON CULTURAL ARTS CENTER

The Arts Council Gallery and The University of Alabama Gallery

Exhibits are open First First Friday, December 4, from 5-8 p.m. in both galleries.

The Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center will be following the guidelines set forth by the City of Tuscaloosa so patrons should be prepared to wear a mask and practice social distancing inside the venue.

The Arts Council Gallery:

Robin Nance Metz: A Life in Color
November 6-December 11

Artist Robin Nance Metz studied Graphic Design and Illustration at the University of Montevallo and Auburn University and was then employed in those fields from 1980-2000. Her introduction to clay in the past six years gave her the chance to try a new medium in her creative journey. The platter is the closest thing to an actual canvas and was the easiest for the artist to apply what she already knew to another medium. Metz also  holds grief centered clay hand building workshops in her studio, and she also enjoys hand building and carving.  

For more information about Metz Studios, visit facebook.com/Metz Studios.

For more information about the gallery visit cac.tuscarts.org/cacgallery.

The University of Alabama Gallery:

Black Belt Artist Project–Photography Students of the Department of Art and Art History
December 4-January 29

The University of Alabama department of art and art history is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition, Black Belt Artist Project–Photography Students of the Department of Art and Art History, Friday, December 4, 2020, at The University of Alabama Gallery, Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center.

The public is invited to a "socially-distant" First Friday reception for the exhibition and to celebrate the release of a limited edition book of the project, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Visitors must wear face coverings inside the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center and maintain a minimum distance of six feet from others. The DWCAC is limited to fifty (50) visitors at a time. The exhibition will be up through January 29, 2021.

Visit cac.tuscarts.org/uagallery.