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Notinee Darshan Dance Performance

Notinee Indian Dance Group is the largest Indian classical-fusion dance group in Alabama. In conjunction with our current exhibition Expanding Darshan: Manjari Sharma, To See and Be Seen, Notinee uses dance to explore the ways divinity is accessible within Indian culture. This performance is inspired by a line from Nobel Laureate Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore, […]


12th Annual Holi Festival

Join the BMA and the Indian Cultural Society for the 12th annual HOLI Festival, the Indian celebration of color, sponsored by Medical Properties Trust.  This popular event brings communities together for a fun-filled day celebrating Indian culture and featuring music, dance, food, henna, art-making, gallery exploration, and the throwing of the colors. Come on out […]


The Intersection of Sports, Art & Culture

How do sports accentuate our culture and are there any similarities with art? Join Curatorial Assistant, Hina Zaidi, for a look into the exhibition Ways of Seeing: Sports and Games. Drawn from our permanent collection as well as exciting objects on loan, this exhibition explores the ways in which artists have been influenced by games […]


Music at the Museum

The BMA invites you to an evening of live music and light refreshments in collaboration with the Birmingham Art Music Alliance. Eric Mobley, a musician, classical composer, and president of the Birmingham Arts Music Alliance collaborates with drummer Peter Abravov for a Lofi Jazz & Folk set inspired by our exhibitions!


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 […]