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The Sarah Moody Gallery of Art is pleased to present the exhibition, Women of Mokuhanga, from the opening reception on October 17 through November 30, 2023.


There will be an opening reception on Tuesday, October 17 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. and a lecture on Thursday, November 9, at 4:00 p.m. by Assistant Professor Dr. Doris Sung in Gorgas Library’s Yellowhammer Room.


Co-curated by Sarah Marshall, professor of printmaking, and Doris Sung, professor of Asian art history, of the department of art and art history, Women of Mokuhanga features works in the Japanese method of mokuhanga (watercolor woodblock printmaking) by contemporary artists and traditional works in the medium, connecting its history with the vibrant output of women artists working today.


The exhibition features work by five celebrated contemporary women printmakers—Katie Baldwin, Jennifer Mack-Watkins, Yoonmi Nam, Lucy May Schofield, and April Vollmer—along with historical examples of mokuhanga: 19th-century ukiyo-e prints from the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art Permanent Collection and the Dr. and Mrs. William T. Price Asian Art Book Collection. Read more.


The Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, supported by the College of Arts and Sciences and the UA Department of Art and Art History, is an essential part of the education and development of UA students and our community. Admission to the gallery is free. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. when school is in session. The gallery is located at 103 Garland Hall in the heart of UA campus on Woods Quad. Information about visitor parking is available on the UA Parking Services website. We invite you to visit us for a class, an opportunity to look at art or just a quiet, meditative respite from the outside world. Visitors are welcome to wear masks inside the gallery. Have questions or need assistance? Contact the gallery at 348-1891 or visit us online.


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  • Madison Doss
  • Emily Owen
  • Kimber Feigle
  • Kayla Feigle

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