Space One Eleven’s new program is challenging what it means to be a “senior citizen.”
The multifaceted bar, which opened last January, prepares for a second year of art, philanthropy, and acceptance.
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.
Desert Island Supply Company’s reading series entertains and engages its audience and artists.
A one-night showcase of some of Birmingham’s youngest artists.
A team of muralists takes vibrant swipes at city buildings to breathe life into downtown.
Recapping the decisions made at the June 22 meeting of the Design Review Committee.
Cuban Artist Reveals Rare Paintings Exhibit at AEIVA.
BMA exhibit reveals Vodou symbolism in Haitian flags.
'For the Beauty of: Birmingham' is Charity Ponter’s love letter to her city and the artists who make it beautiful.
Local artist aims "societal mirror" at our technological culture.
A guide to Naked Art Gallery's holiday events.
New interactive features make 'Black Like Who?' important and accessible.