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Join us Thursday the 27th at dusk for PHANTASM, an art show presented in the dark. Bring a flashlight and a friend and discover dark themed artwork from some of Birmingham’s favorite artists. Costumes are encouraged! Thursday, October 27 · 6:00pm - 10:30pm … Continue reading
DONT MISS THIS!!!!!! MULTI-MEDIA / MULTI-SENSORY PERFORMANCE AND EXHIBITION OPENS FRIDAY OCTOBER 28, 2011 (6:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.) Sound collaboration with ALBERTO ROMAN Shana Robbins is an Atlanta-based artist whose work integrates concepts of “feminine” power, natural and supernatural … Continue reading
Thursday, January 6 · 5:00pm – 8:00pm Artlab at UAB 900 13th Street South Birmingham, AL The first of two exhibitions exploring trends in contemporary printmaking. Part 1 focuses on abstraction across print media, and features works by Polly Apfelbaum, … Continue reading
Lite-Brite is a pop art exhibition curated by John Lytle Wilson, featuring the work of: Kelly Boehmer, Merrilee Challiss, Aaron DeYoe, Matthew Dutton, Janae Easton, AJ Fontanilla, Linda Hall, Felix Jackson Jr, Adrian Scott, Brian Spolans, John Lytle Wilson, Daisy … Continue reading
Opening: Friday July 30th, 2010 5-8pm Boutwell Studios 2917 Central Avenue Homewood, AL Come join us at Boutwell Recording Studios for yet another fantastic Art Opening, Friday, July 30th from 5 – 8PM. Be sure to check out our website … Continue reading
Steep: An Exhibit of Teapots at Red Dot Gallery Thru 9/18 Opening reception on Friday, August 6, 5-9 p.m. Recent work from 19 artists representing seven Southern states. Includes pieces from Scott Bennett, Fong Choo, Tony Wright, Tim Sullivan, Steve … Continue reading
I love this shot from the Public Opening Night. “Fabric of Time” By me (sara cannon) on the right and you can sort of see it on the left. Type on the left window. The umbrella makes it. sara
On April 17, 2010 the Birmingham-Jefferson Chapter of the American Red Cross will turn a section of Birmingham’s “Loft District” into an outdoor digital art show featuring digital artists from around the globe! Illuminated art will be projected on screens and buildings along 2nd Avenue North between 22nd and 24th Street. We will accept entries between January 1st and March 15th, 2010. The top thirty pieces will be projected and juried by a panel of judges. We are looking for innovative and visually compelling examples of: digital graphic art, digital animations (less than 2 min.), digital photography, digitally altered photography, and interactive concepts. Digital photographs of fine art will not be accepted this year.
Artwork can be vertical or horizontal format. Strong consideration will be given to pieces using the color red. The top 30 artists will be notified no later than April 1st, 2009. Each artist may submit 2 pieces of art for free. Additional work can be submitted with a $25 entry fee. For examples from last year’s festival visit http://www.paintthetownredbham.info/artwork
Pieces will be judged and prize packages given to pieces in the following categories:
§ Best of Show
§ Best Graphic Art
§ Best Animation
§ Best Photography
ARTISTS RETAIN 100% OWNERSHIP OF THEIR WORK, although please note that by submitting an entry you agree to allow the American Red Cross the right to use photographic reproductions of your artwork for promotional purposes, both in print and online. Continue reading
No matter who or where: everyone grows up. everyone has memory. everyone wears clothes. – this interactive installation explores the fabric and communities combined with nostalgia, forward movement, associations, and memory. – Sara Cannon Fabric of Time by Sara Cannon … Continue reading