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03 Apr 2018 Staff jrw
Birmingham Museum of Art



Artist John Lytle Wilson says all paintings and photos should include robots, so when they don't, he "corrects" them. Join John in our studios to create your own robot-filled paintings.
This class is open to members and registration is required. Share the Museum with a friend who isn't yet a BMA member by inviting them to class! Contact Rebecca Schaller at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. 
Join us for the last Art After 5 before we take a break for summer! The 1930’s will set the scene as we host a night of fun inspired by our latest exhibition,Magic City Realism: Richard Coe’s Birmingham. Experience what Birmingham might have been like 90 years ago with a speakeasy cocktail, swinging live music, and some gallery activities that will really blow your wig. We’ll even have the curator of Magic City Realism, Kate Crawford, on hand to offer pop-up gallery talks.
This Sunday, Docent Margaret Harrill will lead a discussion onStowage by Willie Cole in the Third Space exhibition.
Here’s an all-access pass to use any of our art supplies with a professional teaching artist on hand to help with tips and tricks. Open Studio makes available materials used for anything from painting and pottery to printmaking and woodworking. Our studio is your studio!
Studio by the Tracks and the BMA are teaming up for an exhibition celebrating Autism Awareness month. The opening reception will feature a documentary about the studio and its artists.
Join us on April 14 as we celebrate International Slow Art Day with mindfulness and art! The day will be filled with activities that invite you to slow down and experience art in a new way. 
Explore your creativity in a relaxed setting. Under the guidance of teaching artist Jamison Harper, spend time sketching in the sculpture garden or galleries. You provide the creativity. We’ll provide the supplies.



In this Spotlight on the Collection, Senior Curator Anne Forschler-Tarrasch, PhD discusses the powerful imagery featured on an 18th century medallion.




A work central to Third Space represents a culmination of all the ideas in the exhibition. It was commissioned from Rural Studio at Auburn University. Learn more about the work in this excerpt from the exhibition catalog, now available in the Museum Store.
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