Traveling Exhibitions

The following exhibitions are available for travel.

For further information, please contact Kristi Taft, Exhibitions Officer, at or 205.297.8068.


Hester Bateman: Setting the Table for Female Enterprise

Available 2016 When the widowed Hester Bateman took over her husband’s silver workshop in 1761, she faced the staggering challenge of running a physically and creatively demanding business at a time when domestic service was the only female-friendly industry. Fortunately,


David Puxley: Wedgwood’s First Studio Potter

Available 2016 From the late eighteenth century when Josiah Wedgwood utilized the designs of artists like John Flaxman and Lady Elizabeth Templetown for many of his jasperware designs, the Wedgwood company has established a firm tradition of employing the best

Mary Parker and Caela Cowan

Dawoud Bey: The Birmingham Project

Available Fall 2015 Acclaimed photographer Dawoud Bey presents an exhibition of portraits, which symbolically commemorates the four young girls and two boys whose lives were lost on September 15, 1963, in the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham,

Daumier: Art for the Masses

October 09, 2011 - December 31, 2011

SELECTED WORKS FROM THE ROWE COLLECTION Jean-Honoré Daumier (1808-1879) was one of nineteenth-century France’s most popular and influential artists. Although he was a painter and sculptor, he was also a prominent printmaker. Daumier produced over four thousand lithographs, many of