Birmingham’s a gem when it comes to art. It’s the perfect spot for the artist on your gift list to flourish. While they’re busy becoming the next Monet, here are some gift ideas including where to get art locally, art supply stores and classes to help them brush up on their skills.Continue reading “A Birmingham gift guide for the art lover, including galleries, supplies + classes”
The creative community suffered great loss in 2020, but the Verdant Fund provided a welcome relief to Alabama artists. The new initiative distributed $76,000 in emergency grants to creatives across the state affected by COVID-19. Learn more about how this impacted Birmingham and beyond, as well as future plans for the fund.Continue reading “New grant gives Alabama artists much-needed support through pandemic”
If there’s a blank canvas, BHM Artist Collective is here to fill it. Take a look at who’s holding the paintbrushes that are bringing some of Birmingham’s walls to life.Continue reading “This local art group is bringing a boost to every corner of Birmingham”
Everywhere you look, Birmingham presents each viewer with some form of art, whether it’s a colorful mural with an empowering message or a sculpture paying tribute to a significant time. Take a tour with us to discover six diverse public art installations throughout the city.Continue reading “Take a tour of 6 public art installations in Birmingham”
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 us for an evening featuring a collection of small works carefully curated, perfect for Valentine’s gift giving! 100% of proceeds benefit the Black Warrior Riverkeeper. A portion of the sales from our permanant collection will also be donated. Our neighbor, Thomas Andrew Art will also be open and contributing. Wine & small plates to be served!
December 8, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
On December 8th from 11am to 5pm, our annual Shop A BIT Holiday Extravaganza will feature local crafts, vendors, and artisans. We want to promote shopping local by supporting our local artisans right here in Birmingham.
December 1, 2019 – January 1, 2020
Brookwood Village is an official destination for “Deck the Ham” – a contest where local Birmingham artists paint holiday-themed murals on windows throughout Birmingham. Shoppers are encouraged to post a picture with their favorite mural on Instagram using #DeckTheHam to help the judges decide on the winner.
Mark your calendar for AIDS Alabama’s Art Alive! event on Saturday, July 27th from 6pm-9pm at Canary Gallery! Watch local artists create unique, original artwork during the event. Enjoy scrumptious food from El Barrio and complimentary beer, wine, and sangria. Works created during the event will be available through a silent auction, and other completed pieces of work from the artists will be available for purchase as well.
A regional fair for the world of beautiful things with the themes garden, home and lifestyle, that will also be held in many other places in Birmingham. Characteristic of the Lifestyle are the impressive venues creating unique meeting places and harmonious settings for the products.
I graduated from college in May 2019. Starting approximately June 1, 2018, I was asked this question over, and over, and over again. You know the one: “So, what’s next?” Now, this was certainly well-intended and asked out of genuine curiosity. However, for a senior in college with no clue what they’re doing for spring break, much less with the rest of their lives, it can be a bit panic-inducing. College students, post-grads: have no fear! I’ve got your answer to the dreaded question right here- keep reading to find out!Continue reading “10 reasons every post-grad should move to Birmingham”
Looking for something to do this Saturday? Make sure you add the grand opening of a new Birmingham business to your calendar! On Saturday, June 22 from 9AM to 2PM at 5532 1st Avenue N, Birmingham, AL 35212, Trove Design Shop and Melissa Jane, LMT will celebrate a joint grand opening. Here are 5 reasons not to miss it.Continue reading “5 reasons not to miss Trove’s Grand Opening this Saturday in Woodlawn. Hint: massage is one of them.”
The Birmingham Art Crawl is turning 5! Come out to The Pizitz this Thursday, June 6 from 10AM-9PM for art allll day. There will be poetry readings from Bards & Brews, live music from The Jason Grubbs Trio in the courtyard and access to some tasty eats + drinks! Keep reading to get a sneak peek at what local #BirminghamArtists will be there plus the ultimate guide to a night at The Pizitz!Continue reading “(Photos) Sneak a peek at artists attending Birmingham Art Crawl’s 5th anniversary celebration June 6 at The Pizitz”
The Birmingham Museum of Art (BMA) has named Hallie Ringle the new Hugh Kaul Curator for Contemporary Art. Ringle will be coming to Birmingham from her current home of New York where she works in Harlem at the Studio Museum as an assistant curator. She will begin working at the BMA on November 1, 2018.
The final Art On The Rocks offered entertainment to downtown Birmingham with artist collaborations, interactive performances, food, cocktails and Tank and the Bangas.