UT has loaned its historic Greenwood Mural to the Knoxville Museum of Art. The News Sentinel recently featured the news in this article. The painting is the work of celebrated muralist Marion Greenwood. She painted it while she was a visiting professor at UT from 1954 to 1955.
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UT’s historic Greenwood Mural has found a long-term home and will continue to be displayed publicly, thanks to an agreement with the Knoxville Museum of Art.
A historic mural that has survived controversy, vandalism, and an impending demolition of its longtime home is being featured in an exhibit that opened June 6 at UT’s Downtown Gallery. The History of Tennessee painting—also known as the Greenwood Mural—is on display along with eighteen other works by celebrated muralist Marion Greenwood. Several media outlets
The film of a UT art professor will debut this month at he longest continually running film festival in the world. Something, Anything, a full-length feature film written and directed by Paul Harrill, will be shown June 19 and 21 at the United Kingdom-based Edinburgh International Film Festival. The movie is one of twelve selected from the United States for the festival’s American Dreams section.
The News Sentinel wrote a story about an upcoming exhibit featuring UT’s Greenwood Mural. The exhibit, at the UT Downtown Gallery from June 6 to August 9, includes eighteen other works by famous muralist Marion Greenwood. The mural has survived controversy, vandalism, and an impending demolition of its longtime home. Read the full story here.
The twenty-eight-foot historic mural that has survived controversy, vandalism, and an impending demolition of its longtime home will be featured in an exhibit that opens June 6 at UT’s Downtown Gallery. The History of Tennessee painting will be on display along with eighteen other works by celebrated muralist Marion Greenwood. The summer exhibit will be available during three First Friday celebrations downtown and during the Downtown Gallery’s normal operating hours.
Six UT students have converted more than 3,000 pounds of scrap metal provided by steel recycler Gerdau into works of art. The sculptures were unveiled this week and are on display at the historic Ivan Racheff House in Northwest Knoxville. The exhibition, which celebrates National Recycling Month, is a partnership between Gerdau and Dogwood Arts.
While a student at UT, Paige Braddock cut her teeth as a cartoonist for the Daily Beacon newspaper. The budding illustrator went on to work at several major newspapers before being hired by the creator of the Peanuts brand. Braddock, now executive vice president and creative director of the Charles Schultz Studio, returned to UT Thursday and was honored with the Accomplished Alumni award. She is a 1985 School of Art graduate.
Jered Sprecher, an associate professor in the School of Art, is featured in the November 5 blog post of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Read the interview here.
Honors and awards for the university’s faculty and graduate students.