The Create Birmingham initiative, announced in May, is designed to assist both Birmingham businesses and external movie productions.
Tattoos and the artists who ink them are becoming more and more common, but as the business grows, it faces challenges
Space One Eleven’s new program is challenging what it means to be a “senior citizen.”
Longtime director of the Birmingham Museum of Art to step down this fall.
The BMA contemporary art exhibition wants to pull you in and make you think — and not just about the art.
After travelling the country, Ira Hill’s interactive American flag sculpture returns home to Birmingham for Inauguration Day.
Local competition hopes to inspire creativity and positivity in area students.
The ubiquitous internet company which has made art fun, gives you or your offspring a chance to get into the act with your very own…
Space One Eleven’s fall exhibition will challenge ideas of race, sex and class.
A one-night showcase of some of Birmingham’s youngest artists.
Museum to host a thought-provoking program about the connections between two very different cultures.
A display at the Birmingham Museum of Art features a dyeing technique that ties much of the world together.
A team of muralists takes vibrant swipes at city buildings to breathe life into downtown.
Over 200 artists to fill Linn Park this weekend.
Michael Willett explores duality of abstract paintings.