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Category: Department of Art

AMUM for Everyone

The Art Museum at The University of Memphis leads the charge in creating a digital museum experience for 2022 and beyond   There’s no feeling quite like browsing a museum and seeing centuries of creative works in just a few short steps. Over the past year, the staff of the…

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Fashion Forward

With the incorporation of a new and expanded Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising program joining the Department of Art, CCFA students have yet another way to express themselves of Art, CCFA students have yet another way to express themselves. “We are absolutely thrilled to take on this high-quality program that…

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Voices 2022: The Magazine of the UofM CCFA out now

The UofM’s College of Communication and Fine Arts (CCFA) is full of innovative artists, scholars, educators, architects and communicators who are creatively shaping the future of our community and beyond. The latest edition of our CCFA publication — Voices — showcases these innovators and their remarkable accomplishments, programs and projects. In the Department of…

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Artists chosen for AMUM’s upcoming Wearable Art Runway Show

AMUM is hosting a Juried Student Wearable Arts design competition, runway show, and exhibition in partnership with the Fashion Design program. The project will challenge students to create a work of wearable art, under the guidance of University of Memphis Fashion Design and Merchandising professor Ramona Sonin Lee and celebrity…

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Dr. Earnestine Jenkins featured in Forbes article on Top Five Black Women to Know In The Art World

UofM Art History Professor Earnestine Jenkins was recently featured in art consultant Alaina Simone’s list of Top Five Black Women to Know In The Art World, an article written by Brienne Walsh published on Forbes.com. Jenkins, who specializes in African American Diaspora history, was lauded in the article for recently…

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UofM Ceramics Professor Kate Roberts featured in Number: Inc. Magazine

Kate Roberts, Assistant Professor of Ceramics with the University of Memphis Department of Art, was among the featured interviews in the recently released issue of Number, Inc. Magazine. In a feature titled Manipulating Materials, Roberts discusses her personal journey as an artist that led to a unique approach to art…

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