What could be better than two Birmingham cultural institutions pairing up? At this week's ArtBreak, Glenny Brock, Lyric Theatre Volunteer Coordinator, will give a talk on the theatre's history and restoration. Built in 1914 in the heart of Birmingham's bustling theatre district, the Lyric was one of the finest vaudeville houses in the Southeast. Although the Lyric had segregated seating and segregated entrances, it was the only venue in town where black and white audiences saw the same show at the same time for the same price. Efforts are underway to restore the Lyric, just in time for its centennial. The Museum plans to partner with the Lyric for it’s 2013 programming with artist Jefferson Pinder, so be on the lookout for more on the Lyric soon! To learn more about the ArtBreak and how to get a free dessert from Oscar's, click here!