Roscoe Hall’s new Jerusalem Heights art exhibit opens today, Oct. 14-Nov.14

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Check out Jerusalem Heights this month. Photo via Scott Miller Projects

If you’re a local art enthusiast, then you def want to join Scott Miller Projects presentation of Jerusalem Heights, the new exhibit by Birmingham artist Roscoe Hall. Connect with the art and artist on October 14 for the Opening Reception from 6-8PM. Read more to find out why you should be there.

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German neoexpressionism + graffiti + folk art = Roscoe Hall. Photo via Scott Miller Projects

Located in Mercantile on Morris, Scott Miller Projects hosts contemporary art exhibits from all over the world. In fact, they have been collecting art for almost 30 years.

For a limited time, Scott Miller Projects will be presenting Roscoe Hall’s debut solo exhibit: Jerusalem Heights. Roscoe Hall will be joining John Fields, Lydia Cheney and Jim Sokol Endowed Director of the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts (AEIVA), to talk about this exhibit.

Can’t make it to the opening? Don’t worry! The opening reception will be live streaming on Instagram.

  • When: October 14, 6-8PM
  • Where: 2212 Morris Avenue Suite 103, Birmingham, Alabama 

Meet Roscoe Hall

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Starring in a mirror. Photo via Scott Miller Projects

You might remember Roscoe Hall as the Birmingham-based chef that was featured on Top Chef, but he also is a well-known artist! In fact, he’s a trained art historian with an M.A. from SCAD, the Savanah College of Art and Design.

In Jerusalem Heights, Hall features his own amusing personal history. Roscoe Hall tells the tale of the 90s, shady deals and the diversity of his childhood. Look out for his “crack-smoking uncle”, his grandfather and even Hall himself in his textured acrylic works.

From his mother’s journey from Chicago to Alabama to his own life as an artist and chef, you don’t want to miss this inside look at this creative commentary and what it means to be Black.

BONUS: Check out more Birmingham-based artists.

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Summer Guffey
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