Chenoweth Lecture

Join us for a special lecture, Do You See What I see? Portraiture & (Me)mory, featuring Director of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Kim Sajet.

Redlining BHM

Join us for the 2019 Friend Lecture featuring Birmingham artist Celestia Morgan and a panel of local community activists in conversation about the historic, systematic practice of racial housing discrimination featured in Celestia Morgan: REDLINE, an exhibition of Morgan’s work at the Birmingham Museum of Art.

Ways of Seeing: Fashion at the BMA

Curator of Education Rachel White speaks on the latest iteration of Ways of Seeing devoted to fashion across the Museum’s global collections.

Steel City Men’s Chorus: He(art) & Soul

Every true romantic starts Valentine’s a little early, so we’re introducing a heartwarming new show in partnership with the Birmingham Museum of Art to kick-start your celebrations. Our first-ever Sunday matinee, Heart and Soul follows the museum’s popular Sunday brunch and brings everything you expect from a Steel City Men’s Chorus show in a new […]

Indian Classical Concert

The Indian Cultural Society invites you to join them for a very special concert with Confluence, a unique trio of North Indian classical master musicians, featuring Mr. Jesse Bannister, Pratik Shrivastav, and Pt. Subhen Chatterjee.

Ways of Seeing: Fashion at the BMA

Curator of Education Rachel White speaks on the latest iteration of Ways of Seeing devoted to fashion across the Museum’s global collections.

Illustrious Wedgwood

Dr. Anne Forschler-Tarrasch examines Wedgwood’s prolific medallion production.

Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now

Silhouettes were at the height of their popularity in early 19th-century America. Discussing the important silhouettes in this fall’s featured exhibition, Dr. Katelyn Crawford, The William Cary Hulsey Curator of American Art, offers context on these rarely-seen paper objects.