The 63rd Annual Museum Ball

Proceeds from the Museum Ball provide critical resources to the BMA’s education department, ensuring that the visual arts are part of every child’s development.

Wedding Photographer: Mary Margaret Smith

The Sculpture Garden at the BMA is lovely on its own, so when a couple decides to celebrate their love in this romantic outdoor space, its beauty serves as the perfect backdrop. Birmingham wedding and portrait photographer Mary Margaret Smith perfectly captured such a scene at one of the weddings held at the Museum. In […]

Weddings at the BMA

Weddings and paintings have quite a lot in common. Both are things of beauty, but entail hard work and careful thought in planning. Despite being splendid once achieved, the process of creating a painting and a wedding can be strenuous. A blank canvas would intimidate any painter, just as the wedding to-do list can overwhelm […]

5 Reasons to Say ‘I Do’ at the BMA

Happy Valentine’s Day from the BMA! Love is in the air, and we can’t help but think of all the beautiful weddings that are held at the Museum each year. If you’re planning a wedding, let us be the backdrop for your big day. Here are five reasons you should say ‘I Do’ at the BMA: BMA weddings and receptions […]

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