World Collage Day

Collage Creations Using your collage kit as inspiration, we invite you to dive into the medium by making your own! Add some more fun to your finished collage by turning it into a puzzle using an original technique developed by Dr. Teresa Cribelli’s son Ilai Cribelli. Virtual Studio Visit Meet Birmingham-based artist Tameca Cole. Cole […]

ArtBreak: Logging in Alabama

  Inspired by Clare Leighton’s work and the twelve industries she highlighted in her Wedgwood commission, this ArtBreak speaks to the logging industry in Alabama. Join us for a virtual conversation with Jeff Moon, executive director of Alabama Loggers Council (ALC) about the ways logging has contributed to the state. ALC works to enhance the […]

Art in Conversation: The Cahaba River Lilies

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Zelda Fitzgerald's Ober House

ArtBreak: Women Artists of Alabama

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Panel Discussion: The History of Linn Park

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Jacob Lawrence & History Forward

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Chris Pugh

Local dancer Chris Pugh is a professional dancer born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. Pugh uses dance to impact and influence the world around him in a positive way, with the belief that dance helps him reach people in ways that sometimes words cannot.

Art in Conversation: The Relocation of Temple Abu Simbel

  Curatorial assistant Hina Zaidi takes a virtual deep dive into the relocation of temple Abu Simbel, which is featured in a lithograph in our latest exhibition, Ways of Seeing: Buildings and Monuments. In 1950, the Aswan Dam had to be constructed to control unpredictable annual Nile floods, but the Egyptian people realized that by […]