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Spring Break // Tactile Day at the BMA

Nearly all the art in our collection is meant to be enjoyed with your eyes and not with your hands, but did you know that the BMA has replicas of works in our collection that are meant to be touched? These replicas are called tactiles and were created for our visitors with visual impairments and […]

Ableism in Sports

In conjunction with our exhibition Ways of Seeing: Sports and Games, this program explores the work of local organizations supporting athletes with disabilities. Ableism, the favoritism towards people without disabilities, plays a tremendous role in athletics. Organizations like the Lakeshore Foundation have offered athletic programs for individuals with disabilities since 1984 and provide opportunities for […]

Afruz Amighi: The Subtle Play of Light and Shadow

The BMA welcomes Brooklyn-based sculptor and installation artist Afruz Amighi for a talk detailing her artistic process, usage of light as a medium, and the ways her work engages more complex themes of spirituality, politics, violence, and displacement. Amighi’s work analyzes the transformation of a material to immaterial, also suggesting an essential symbiotic relationship between […]


Get ready to roll with the homies because Art After 5 is bringing you back to the 90s with "Clueless"! Whether you're a Cher or a Dionne, join us at the BMA for a totally awesome evening of art, music, and maker activities where art and pop culture collide. But that's not all! Bib & […]