Posts Tagged ‘art’

Hale County Photo Exhibition: New Perspective on Old Tradition

Thursday, October 27th, 2016

The Birmingham Museum of Art’s new “What’s Lost Is Found” exhibit displays Lauren Henkin’s images of Hale County produced in the tradition of Walker Evans. It opens Nov. 4 and runs through April.

Fall Preview of the Arts

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Here is your guide to what to see on stage and on exhibit this September and beyond.

Shredding The Past: Meet Lisa Marie Michitti

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

“Why do you spend so much time on art that is so ugly?” This is not a question you would expect to hear, but artist and educator Lisa Michitti once did—from a student—and she saw it as a teaching opportunity.

Claire Cormany: Strokes of Summer Joy

Monday, August 1st, 2016

A self-described “coastal girl,” Claire Cormany’s artwork is influenced by the surf, the sea, and the sand.

Megan Kimber

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Megan Kimber, Timeless Treasures by Brett Levine     Photo by Jerry Siegel For Megan Kimber, technique is a tool.  She uses it to explore painting, illustration, jewelry making or whatever creative outlet she is focusing on at the moment.  “I’ve been drawing and painting ever since I was a child,” she explains, “but I used my… Read More

Space One Eleven

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Where people and art and people meet words and photos by Beau Gustafson Margot Wade, a teacher and education coordinator at Space One Eleven, says “this is what it is like here. We provide a nurturing/learning environment and the kids create art and solve problems. Everybody thinks and communicates differently and if you nurture and… Read More

Avondale Evolution

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Written by Clark Underbakke, Photographed by Graham Yelton When Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mummert built their Avondale home in 1950, they built it to last. Mr. Mummert, an engineer, built the house atop a foundation of concrete and steel. David Walker and I bought the house from the Mummert family. Finding ourselves living amidst… Read More

The A-List

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Our annual list of people who fascinate, inspire, and make this city a great place to live. Each year we put together a list of people (and this year we added an event) that we think have had really exceptional years and are poised or equally great things in the year to come. This year… Read More

Janice Kluge

Monday, October 1st, 2012

Sculpted in Dreams by Brett Levine     Photo by Jerry Siegel My work has always been semi-autobiographical,” Janice Kluge says as she sits in a studio filled with ceramics, clay models to be cast in bronze, installation pieces and the accumulation of 30 years of being an artist.  Kluge, who began her career as a metal… Read More

A Personal Art

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

Jennifer Harwell’s art comes from the heart. By Cindy Riley Photo by Beau Gustafson There is a sense of grace in Jennifer Harwell’s art that comes from deep within. “I paint from a very open place, a receptive spirit, that has been broken and mended ,so it now holds out to others hope, healing and… Read More

B-There! This Week’s Birmingham Events News

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

B-There! Metro Events This Week | B-Metro Magazine Having trouble viewing this email? Click here Upcoming Metro Events 8/1/12 – 8/7/12 Hello!! This week’s edition of B-There features the best of events and destinations in and around the city!. I’ve highlighted some of my top choices where you can explore film, fashion, festivals and $5 fun at the… Read More