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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.
As an institution committed to collecting broadly and in depth, the Birmingham Museum of Art is home to a diverse collection of more than 27,000 paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, and decorative arts dating from ancient to modern times. Our collection presents a rich panorama of cultures, featuring the Museum’s extensive holdings of Asian, European, American, […]
The Birmingham Museum of Art is pleased to announce the co-chairs for the 2019 Museum Ball: Lindsey and John Lacey and Courtney and Bryson Stephens. As long-standing supporters of the Museum and the arts in Birmingham, the Laceys and the Stephens are sure to create an evening to remember. The 63rd Museum Ball: Pop in […]
BMA docents aren’t like regular docents. They’re cool docents. Interested in becoming one? Applications for the next training class are due March 1, 2019 with training beginning in September. Our docents play a key role in fulfilling the BMA’s commitment to the community. They are trained to facilitate tours that provide exciting art experiences for visitors […]
On June 18, 2018, the Birmingham Museum of Art and the Alabama—Mississippi Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society unveiled a new work of art commissioned in honor of the MS Society’s 2016 Legacy of Leadership honoree, Lee Styslinger Jr. The work, entitled Fiber, is a large sculpture by artist Darius Hill, created out of […]
Maacah Davis finds inspiration in art. This is why she gives.
Judy Cook inspires children every day as a Museum docent. This is why she gives.
Henry Joe sees the BMA as more than just an art museum. This is why he gives. Visit our giving page to learn how your donation to the Year-End Giving Fund makes an impact.
Sanjay Singh reconnects to his roots at the BMA. This is why he gives. Visit our giving page to learn how your donation to the Year-End Giving Fund makes an impact.
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Commitment to Diversity
The Birmingham Museum of Art is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination. The BMA is a diverse community in terms of race and ethnicity, culture, religion, personal values and traditions. BMA values this diversity recognizing that our differences contribute to our strength as an agency serving a diverse population. It is to this end that the BMA is committed to non-discrimination and advocates for an environment of tolerance with regard to cultural and personal differences. It is our belief that every employee has the right to be treated with dignity, respect, and self-worth and that it is in our best interest as an agency serving the public good to act in a manner free of bias, exclusion, and discrimination whether on the basis of faith, race, gender, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, political affiliation, or any other personal differences.