Art organizations are part of what makes Birmingham shine so bright, but they’re hurting the most during the era of COVID-19. Supporting our most creative in the Magic City doesn’t always look like a donation‚ although those definitely don’t hurt! Give back by attending events, taking a class, sharing their messages on social and more.Continue reading “A look into 5 Birmingham art organizations + how to get involved”
Liz Lane Gallery is proud to present a home market with a curated election of vendors that share our vision for a more beautiful, sustainable home and world!
Sweet Peas Garden Shop will be here for all your plant needs!
Clean Up Products for body care and kitchen ware to reduce your plastic.
Breaking Bread, local, handmade bagels and specialty breads.
Gachi Tea for ethically sourced organic teas.
Artist Kellie Newsome will also be live painting her bright, springy florals!
Sierra Club will also be present to share information about local environmental action and how to get involved!
Join Forstall Art Center for our 12th Annual Holiday Sip N Shop!! Phillip will grace us with his famous home cooking! We’ll be serving grits and mimosas in the morning and gumbo and beer in the afternoon. EVERYTHING WILL BE 40% OFF THAT DAY ONLY! We’ll have artists leading hands-on demos, give away raffles and more!
Hosted by B Lynn of 95.7 Jamz!
The Mix is a space for creatives to come together and share varying perspectives and to connect artists and entrepreurs of any facet. We are working to redefine the creative community in Birmingham by curating nontraditional art shows and industry networking mixers to inspire, connect, inform and equip millenials with the tools they need to build sustainable brands. We curate each of our events to be uniquely catered toward highlighting millenial creatives.
Space One Eleven is offering a four week figure workshop led by artist Andy Jordan. Participants will choose their preferred medium to develop methods for representing the human figure from live models. This class is for intermediate to advanced students