In May, Terry Beckham retired as Head Exhibitions Designer after 34 years of service to the Birmingham Museum of Art. Terry has been a great asset to the Museum and is respected by those who know him for his curiosity, creativity, and eagerness to collaborate. His tireless devotion to his work has helped the Museum connect […]
The day-long excursion proved to be a transformative experience for many of our staff. Here’s what a few staff members had to say about their visit.
We’re pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Katherine Anne Paul as Curator of Asian Art. She’ll oversee a permanent collection of approximately 4,000 works from diverse cultures throughout Asia.
Early this summer the BMA welcomed Mariah Wick as its new education office manager.
Meet the BMA’s summer 2019 interns!
The Birmingham Museum of Art is excited to welcome the new Museum Shop Manager, Sophie Cosper.
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 […]
Hugh Kaul Curator of Contemporary Art Hallie Ringle was recently granted a Curatorial Research Fellowship by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. The Warhol Foundation will award a total of $413,500 in Fall 2018 Curatorial Research Fellowships, the highest amount since the program began in 2008. Fellows will receive grants of up to […]
The Museum is proud to announce that the Alabama Art Education Association recently awarded the 2018 Museum Art Educator of the Year to Willow Scott, Manager of Youth and Community Engagement. The Alabama Art Education Association is a professional organization of art educators dedicated to advocating for art education by following national standards, providing membership […]
In November 2018, Hallie Ringle joined the BMA as the new Hugh Kaul Curator of Contemporary Art. Coming to us from the Studio Museum in New York, Hallie has extensive experience working with artists and has organized numerous contemporary art exhibitions. She looks forward to facilitating conversations, strengthening the contemporary art collection, and sharing stories […]
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