Those in attendance at the June 19 kick-off event celebrating the start of construction of Sloss Furnaces’ long-planned for visitors center got to do something a little different than a groundbreaking – and unique to the National historic landmark site.
Entries Tagged as 'Art'
June 19th, 2012 · Comments Off · architecture, Art
December 20th, 2011 · Comments Off · Art, Travelogue
The mobile letterpress shop – and Kickstarter success story – known as Moveable Type made a stop in Birmingham, AL back on December 1. Kyle’s finally gotten a moment to share photos from that visit and one she made in Huntsville the following day.
Two of Birmingham, AL’s largest annual cultural events take place this weekend – and both are moving forward with efforts to do what they can to help with tornado relief efforts.
The largest municipal museum of art in the Southeastern United States closed early Thursday afternoon as a way to maintain safe humidity levels for the pieces in their collection. Don’t worry though; the plan is to be open on Saturday morning…
Birmingham, AL’s newest online calendar has launched – hoping to be a one-stop shop for folks looking for information about what’s going on in town. It’s time we hear what folks think about it (we’re hoping you’re not that shy to share your thoughts – heh).
November 15th, 2010 · Comments Off · Art
A long-time staple of the Birmingham, AL arts community has announced that it will be closing its doors one day before the end of the year. Bare Hands Gallery will leave behind a significant legacy, including a new non-profit organization to sustain the city’s annual Dia de los Muertos Festival.