Art On The Rocks always brings out the fabulous and fashionable, and the 2019 theme will take cues from our exhibition, Ways of Seeing: Fashion.
Don’t miss musical guests Tank and the Bangas, who propel every song with the grit, energy, and rawness of punk, the feeling of soul, and occasionally, a little jazz swing.
July’s event will feature musical guests Seratones, whose big sounds serve up a combination of Southern musicality, garage rock ferocity, and general badassery.
Join us this month for a closer look at artist Amy Sherald’s “All Things Bright and Beautiful.”
Join us in June for an inside look at The Original Makers with co-curators Emily Hanna, Curator of the Arts of Africa and Americas, and former BMA Director Gail Andrews.
Celebrate the opening weekend of our new exhibition with a fun-filled day at the BMA!
Art On The Rocks brings three Friday nights of entertainment to downtown Birmingham with artist collaborations, interactive performances, food, cocktails, more!
Join us for the the principal lecture of the exhibition Opulence in Disguise: The Netherlands Golden Age, featuring John Walsh, Director Emeritus of the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
Unwind from the week with art, music, making, and mixing.
Katelyn D. Crawford, PhD, The William Cary Hulsey Curator of American Art, and special guest historian Marjorie White of the Birmingham Historical Society, will discuss Coe’s prints and paintings of industrial and residential scenes depicting Birmingham in the 1930’s.