There’s something more going on this Saturday other than the big game! It’s Small Business Saturday! With the rallying cry of Shop Small!, the event was first introduced Nov. 27, 2010, by American Express, in partnership, with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, as a counter event to Black Friday and Cyber Monday events. Continue reading “Shop small, shop local this Saturday in downtown Birmingham”
I interviewed Jon Coffelt earlier last week. He has recently been recovering from a bit of a sickness. We talked about everything from quantum physics to playing outside to strangers interviewing each other and beyond! Continue reading “BHM to NYC: A prolific painter and magazine editor looks back on Birmingham”
A beautiful Autumn weekend in Hoover, at Moss Rock Eco-festival.
The first weekend in November come and see what Moss Rock Festival is all about!
November 4 & 5, grab your family and friends and discover the eco-creative festival. It’s a hybrid experience with nature, smart-living, art + design at its core…plus there’s great food and music. The weather is supposed to be perfect…perfect for a day outside enjoying this event!
The Bare Hands Gallery annual Day of the Dead Festival is a celebration of lost loved ones. Dia de Los Muertos is a great experience that honors the tradition of Mexico’s remembrance holiday. It’s back in Birmingham for the 15th year. Come out and see what this holiday is all about!
Starting on November 3, Stephen Smith Fine Art will showcase The Secret Paintings – a nationwide touring exhibit of life-size figurative oil paintings by artist Michael J. Pearce. Continue reading “Stephen Smith Fine Art gallery to showcase The Secret Painting series by artist Michael J. Pearce”
Meet Lucy Jaffe, founder of Women Writing Birmingham. She founded Women Writing Birmingham to provide a safe space in the community for women to grow as writers.
What Is an Eco-Creative festival, you might ask?
November 4 & 5, The first full weekend in the month, grab your family and friends and discover the Moss Rock Festival, a hybrid experience with nature, smart-living, art + design at its core…plus there’s great food and music!
Head on out to IBERIABANK in Fultondale on September 14, from 5:30 to 7:30 for Art After Dark, a free event featuring an evening of live music, snacks and the opportunity to meet some of Jefferson County’s brightest artisans.
Southern Makers is a two-day event that celebrates the best in creativity and design with artists that live and work in the south.
The event activities, workshops, storytelling, demonstrations and maker bazaar explore and center on taking southern traditions in architecture, food, fine art, fashion and design and applying them in a modern sustainable world.
We hope that visitors will learn a little something about why the south is a unique and creative place to live, discover and visit.
Southern Makers makes its debut in Birmingham August 12th & 13th. The creative event brings together the south’s top creative talents (and enthusiasts) for a weekend of creation, cultivation, and innovation. Learn more about the move, the festival, and a few of the makers themselves.
Sidewalk Film Festival has been around for almost 20 years! Yesterday, they announced their opening and closing films. Continue reading “Sidewalk Film Festival announces their opening and closing movies”
Congratulations are in order to one of Birmingham’s brightest stars in the arts. Gail Andrews recently received the Jonnie Dee Riley Little Lifetime Achievement Award at its biennial celebration in Montgomery.
Come celebrate local art on Saturday, June 10 at Fultondale’s Black Creek Arts Festival. This weekend treat is FREE and geared towards the whole family.