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Studio BOCA founders Kate Taylor Boehm and Kirby Caldwell are the dream team behind the BMA Barbie Dream House. We caught up with Boehm to learn more about BOCA and the exhibition experience.
Check out our interview with Kevin Cook to learn more about Paper Doll’s story and what you can expect at AfterRocks on August 9th.
Early this summer the BMA welcomed Mariah Wick as its new education office manager.
The smooth soulful sounds of Durand Jones & the Indications might sound like something straight out of the 70s, but this band of millennials isn’t looking back.
Meet the BMA’s summer 2019 interns!
The Birmingham Museum of Art is excited to welcome the new Museum Shop Manager, Sophie Cosper.
Art On The Rocks presented by Dale’s Seasoning returns on June 14 featuring musical guests Con Brio! This funky seven-piece band from San Francisco refuses to conform to a single musical genre, fusing decades of styles to create a sound uniquely their own. The band’s name comes from an Italian musical direction meaning “with spirit,” and […]
Earlier this year the Museum welcomed Mary Little as its new membership officer. Mary has worked for a number of years in administrative and customer service roles, including her most recent position providing support to the executive director at the Birmingham Public Library. She is passionate about art and earned a B.F.A. from the University […]
The BMA and the Red Mountain Garden Club will welcome renowned author and landscape historian Judith Tankard to Birmingham on April 25 as she offers a visual journey through one of the most iconic eras in garden design. Her talk will highlight the important principles of design in the early 1900s and explore the role […]
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