A new year means an new lineup of exciting programs and events at the Birmingham Museum of Art! Step out of the cold and into our galleries where you’ll find inspiration for a creative 2019. Save the date for these upcoming January events. Studio School Classes. There are still spots available in a few January […]
Last year was filled with fun family festivals at the BMA! We started the 2018 season with the Asian Heritage Festival, which showcased activities inspired by the Museum’s diverse Asian art collection. Highlights included a unique Japanese Butoh performance and the opportunity for visitors to create their own beautiful Korean block prints. In March, we […]
When the Museum’s education department contacted Bessemer native Kyoka Akers about being its 2018 Emerging Artist, she knew what she would create without hesitation: a colorful installation of crochet dolls. However, selecting the subject matter was about as far as the planning went for Akers. She let the dolls tell their ow stories, which manifested […]
The Original Makers exhibition kicks off Saturday, June 16 from 10am – 2pm with a day of family-friendly entertainment. Enjoy face painting, art activities, live music, and more.
Join us on Saturday, March 10 as we partner with the Indian Cultural Society to celebrate the 8th annual Holi: A Festival of Color.
Join us for our Asian Heritage Festival on Saturday!
Kick off Hispanic Heritage Month with a celebration at the BMA! Join us on September 16 for a day of festivities, featuring gallery tours, dance performances, art activities, face painting, and much more. With so many opportunities for family-friendly fun, here’s a list of just a few of the things you won’t want to miss. Salsa and Bachata […]
We hope your weekend plans include celebrating the vibrant traditions and cultures of Africa at our African Heritage Festival on Saturday! Inspired by the art in our African galleries, this free festival features art-making, dance, music, and more. Here are five things to do while you’re here. Enjoy a dance and drum performance. Birmingham’s Nathifa Dance Company has been […]
On March 11th, the BMA hosted its seventh annual Holi celebration. Over 2,000 people came out to enjoy traditional Indian dance performances, special tastings of vegetable pakoras from Taj India, and exploration of the Museum’s collection of South East Asian art! Henna artists decorated visitors’ hands, and guests of all ages participated in art activities throughout the Museum. At the […]
The BMA had a great time during our 2016 family festivals! We hold four family festivals every year, and each one is packed with exciting activities for all ages. Over 3,600 people attended our family festivals this year, and we are looking forward to having even more in 2017. In March we celebrated Holi, the Hindu […]