Emily G. Hanna, Ph.D. Senior Curator, Arts of Africa and the Americas Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion This spectacular mask, over six feet tall, comes from Burkina Faso, a […]
Digital Exhibition: Curated by Laura C. Woodard, Librarian, Hanson Library at the Birmingham Museum of Art We don’t typically visit museums to look at the bottoms of objects or the […]
Curated by: Anne Forschler-Tarrasch, PhD, Chief Curator and The Marguerite Jones Harbert and John M. Harbert III Curator of Decorative Arts Meissen’s Commedia dell’Arte Figures In the 18th century in […]
The outdoors is a trending topic this summer. The Senate just passed the Great American Outdoors Act—channeling funding to maintenance of national parks—and this June also marked the 156th anniversary […]
Curated by: Katherine Anne Paul, PhD The Virginia and William M. Spencer III Curator of Asian Art Birmingham Museum of Art Humanity, the world over, constantly grapples with life-threatening challenges—both […]
Curated By: Hina Zaidi, Curatorial Assistant “Title is an invisible color” – Marcel Duchamp “A painting for me, speaks by itself; what good does it do, after all to impart […]
UAB Curatorial Fellow Meagan Bailey and Chief Curator Dr. Anne Forschler-Tarrasch explore the introduction of tea to Europe and the teawares it inspired.
The relationship between human beings and the natural world is foundational to many systems of African spiritual thought and practice.
Curated by Laura Woodard, Librarian, Hanson Library Unaccustomed to spending so much time within the confines of home, many of us are seeking creative and inspiring ways to invest our […]
Screen Time is a selection of works by artists influenced by screens, big and small.