5 Birmingham art galleries + how to support them right now

Thomas Andrew Arts 5 Birmingham art galleries + how to support them right now
This artwork was created by kids from Make-A-Wish Alabama. Photo via Thomas Andrew Art on Facebook

Birmingham is a hotspot for extraordinary art. That’s no secret. Although art galleries are generally closed due to COVID-19, you can still support—and it’s more important than ever. Check out these 5 local galleries in Birmingham + learn how you can show support today.

Why it Matters

The emergence of COVID-19 has turned our world upside down in recent weeks. Everyone is feeling the effects, and small businesses + local nonprofits are some of the ones getting hit the hardest.

At Bham Now, we ❤️our Birmingham community. We want to do our part to support the people that make our city run, which is why we’re opening our platform to share vital info. If you’re involved with a small business or local nonprofit, fill out one of the forms below and be featured for free on our site.

Join over 470 local businesses and over 90 local nonprofits that have already signed up. We’ll be putting out guides like this one that pull from this database, so don’t miss out!

1—Beverly McNeil Gallery

2—Red Dot Gallery

3—Thomas Andrew Art

  • Address: 1925 29th Ave S, Homewood
  • Phone: (205) 504-3412
  • Website
  • How to Support: Shop online here. You can get 50% off any one piece of in-store original artwork during your birthday month.

4—Four Corners Gallery

5—Canary Gallery

Nonprofits Need Your Support, Too

Nonprofits are getting hit hard right now alongside small businesses. Want to support our friends doing good in our community? Check out this list of 10 arts + culture nonprofits in Birmingham, including organizations like Magic City Art Connection, Space One Eleven and Studio By The Tracks.

Did we miss your favorite Bham gallery? Let us know on social @BhamNow and be sure to send them this form so they can be featured on our site for free!

Beth Cunningham
Beth Cunningham

A Birmingham transplant who can usually be found hitting a new hiking trail or restaurant opening when she's not writing stories and snapping photos for Bham Now.

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