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Call for Teaching Artists Summer Camps 2023

Space One Eleven Arts Center 2409 2nd Avenue North, Birmingham, AL

Space One Eleven is offering paid teaching positions to artists with previous teaching experience for its 2023 summer art camps for rising 2nd through 12th grade students. Requirements: Must be at least 18 to apply and have a background in art, art education, or a related field. Experience working with children in a studio setting is preferred. Visit us at https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E53357&id=43&utm_source=Bham_Now&utm_medium=listing&utm_campaign=Summer_2023_Art_Camp&utm_id=Call+for+teaching+artists+-+Summer+art+camp for more information and to apply.

Birmingham Restaurant Week 2023 – Winter Edition

Birmingham, AL Online Webinar, Birmingham, AL

Birmingham Restaurant Week (BRW) 2023 - Winter Edition, presented by Spire, returns Thursday, Jan. 26 to Saturday, Feb. 4! From fine dining to down-home cookin’, food and drink lovers with a taste for adventure can enjoy two, three and/or four-course special breakfast, lunch and dinner menus ranging from $5 to $50 per person at approximately 40 restaurants. Whether you’re trying something new or enjoying a longtime favorite, BRW makes it easy and affordable for everyone to get a taste of Birmingham’s acclaimed culinary and beverage community for 10 days. Keeping bellies full, hearts happy and restaurants cookin’ is something everyoneContinue Reading ...

Beethoven’s Third Symphony: Eroica

Alys Stephens Center, Jemison Concert Hall 1200 10th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL

Explore the revolutionary and stirring Eroica (Heroic) Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven. These concerts also kick off a year-long exploration of the music of Magic City native Brian Raphael Nabors with his Letters from Birmingham.

West Side Story Symphonic Dances

Alys Stephens Center, Jemison Concert Hall 1200 10th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL

Join us to celebrate one of Bernstein’s most joyful creations, West Side Story Symphonic Dances. The concert will also feature the world premiere of the Hammond Organ Concerto by Birmingham native Brian Raphael Nabors. These concerts are presented by Sound Investment.

Recurring Event The Birmingham Ghost Walk

The Birmingham Ghost Walk

Downtown, Birmingham Birmingham, AL

The most chilling ghost tours in all of central Alabama is right around the corner! You’ll never forget our chilling adventures walking through the darkened streets. We take you to the doors and behind the legends to find out what really happened to those who sinned (or had sins committed upon them). We call upon the spirits of the past…hold your hand…and introduce you to them.

Teacher Workshop: Basics of Teaching the Holocaust: US Holocaust Memorial Museum Guidelines and Timeline

Alabama Holocaust Education Center 2100 Highland Avenue South, Suite 101, Birmingham, AL

Register Now   Teaching history responsibility requires a high level of sensitivity and awareness of the complexity of the subject matter.  Teaching the Holocaust is no exception. The Museum guidelines provide scaffolding for teaching about the Holocaust and reflect approaches appropriate for respectful teaching in general. Details about the workshop: Workshop is free Snacks will be available 2-hour of CEU credits available through PowerSchool (AL Teachers) Certificates of Completion will be provided Teachers will receive copies of the following books upon completion: Salvaged Pages: Young Writers’ Diaries of the Holocaust by Alexandra Zapruder State of Deception: The Power of NaziContinue Reading ...

Space One Eleven Presents: Surplus in Pantomime

Space One Eleven Arts Center 2409 2nd Avenue North, Birmingham, AL

Curated by Y. Malik Jalal Opening Reception: Friday February 3, 2023 from 5:30 – 7pm Exhibition on display through March 31, 2023 Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 10am – 5pm or by appointment Anne Arrasmith Gallery 2407 2nd Avenue North Downtown Birmingham Exhibiting Artists: Caleb Jamel Brown, Rosa P. Duffy, Jaymerson Payton, Ezekiel Wright-Robinson, Hasani Sahlehe Thought surrounding the ontology of the gesture, for most remains in abstract space. For black folks this discourse was waged violently upon our bodies. Thus, the notion of the abstract gesture cannot be, and is never neutral. – Y. Malik Jalal Surplus in PantomimeContinue Reading ...


The Birmingham Black Male Summit (State of The Black Male Summit)

Hilton Birmingham at UAB 808 20th Street South, Birmingham, AL

Birmingham Black Male Summit is a two-part summit for Black Men and Young Black Men. We will share ways to build and uplift the community. Presented by The Leadership One Stop and HE Talks Podcast...we are excited to announce the first annual Black Male Summit! We are inviting Black Men from all over Birmingham who are community leaders, educators, local appointed and elected officials, activists, and mentors to the Black Men Summit. From 9am to 12:30pm, we will hear from dynamic community leaders about the state of Black Men in Birmingham and ways to elevate our communities. In addition, weContinue Reading ...

AEIVA Presents: Kwame Brathwaite: Black Is Beautiful

Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts 1221 10th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL

Known as the “keeper of the images,” Kwame Brathwaite deployed his photography from the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s as an agent of social change. Born in Brooklyn to a Caribbean American family and raised in the Bronx, Brathwaite traces his artistic and political sensibilities to his youth. After seeing the horrific images of Emmett Till published in Jet magazine in 1955, Brathwaite and his brother Elombe Brath turned to art and political activism, absorbing the ideas of the Jamaican-born activist Marcus Garvey, who promoted a Pan-Africanist vision for black economic liberation and freedom. This exhibition is organized byContinue Reading ...


Register Here Mommy and Me with Tyler Carlisle

Space One Eleven Arts Center 2409 2nd Avenue North, Birmingham, AL

Weekly Class Sessions Tuesdays, February 7 – March 14, 2023 І 10 – 11 am $150, all materials included Ages 2 to 5, with one adult guardian Join us for ‘Mommy and Me’ art class taught by Tyler Carlisle. This art class is designed with young children and a guardian in mind, where each pair will collaborate on exciting, creative projects. Expect exploratory mediums and tactile experiences that will help with fine motor skill development, create opportunities for social interaction, and foster bonding between child and guardian. Teaching artist Tyler Carlisle has over eight years of experience working as aContinue Reading ...


Ivan Rusyn: Ministry Inside Kyiv

South Highland Presbyterian Church 2035 Highland Ave., Birmingham, AL

Birmingham’s South Highland Presbyterian Church is honored to welcome Dr. Ivan Rusyn, President of the Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary in Kyiv, Ukraine on Wed. Feb. 8, 2023. Dr. Rusyn will update us on the incredible, courageous ministry and mission being undertaken by the Seminary and Church in Kyiv in the midst of the horrendous war. Dr. Rusyn is also quite involved in fighting anti-Semitism in Ukraine. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. (please make reservations at 205-933-0790 or email jjones@southhighland.org) and the program will begin at 6:30. South Highland Presbyterian is located at 2035 Highland Avenue South.


Pathways 40th Anniversary Open House

Pathways: A Woman's Way Home 409 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd N, Birmingham, AL

You're invited to join Pathways as we kick off our 40th year of service to women and children experiencing homelessness with an open house. Our drop-in Open House will include building tours, a display of Pathways history, and the chance to mingle with staff, board, partners, guests, and donors to learn how you can be involved in 2023. Visit us online at www.pathwayshome.org to learn more.


Cahaba Brewing Co. Tap Takeover | Carrigan’s Downtown

Carrigan's Public House 2430 Morris Ave, Birmingham, AL

Join us at Carrigan’s in Downtown Birmingham, for a night of excellent craft beer! Our Cahaba Crew will be on-site with Blonde, Pale Ale, Seal Your Face, Morchata, and LoCal Hazy. Plus, we'll have Cahaba merch to give away!

Changing the Game Gala

Regions Field 1401 1st Avenue South, Birmingham, AL

Join us on Thursday, February 9th from 6-9pm at Regions Field in the Diamonds Direct Ballroom for an inspirational evening dedicated to raising awareness and defeating ALS at the Changing the Game gala. Lou Gehrig, the iron horse of baseball, showed extraordinary commitment to the game for many years. Even in the face of the devastating diagnosis of ALS, his spirit of courage remains an inspiration to this day. Changing the Game forever secures the Spirit of Lou Gehrig Award Honorees as champions of ALS who, like Lou Gehrig, "Changed the Game." The gala brings together individuals to generate fundsContinue Reading ...


ASC Presents Will Downing’s Sophisticated Soul Explosion

Alys Stephens Center, Jemison Concert Hall 1200 10th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL

Will Downing With a career that spans over 35 years and 25 albums, Will Downing is one of the most versatile and loved voices of our time. Known as ‘The Prince of Sophisticated Soul,’ his repertoire consists of signature interpretations of R&B classics like “I Go Crazy”, “Wishing On A Star” and “I Try”, with original hits “A Million Ways”, “Sorry I” and the show-stopping duet with Rachelle Ferrell, “Nothing Has Ever Felt Like This”. His distinctive baritone voice has resonated in the hearts of women worldwide and carved a unique niche in the music marketplace. With fresh melodies andContinue Reading ...

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