Want to impress your followers? From murals and signs to hot spots and local institutions, here are the most Instagrammable spots in the Magic City!
Birmingham Art & Music
Birmingham art is better every year. Our community continues to better embrace our local theaters and the gallery scene continues to grow around us. If you are looking to listen to great music or discover a new artist, Birmingham's art scene has grown to where you can do that all while staying right here!
When it comes to live music, one Birmingham couple is forgoing the crowded bar scene and cranking up the music. And they’re doing it from their backyard. Here’s what you need to know about The Shed Series!
From art festivals to Digital Graffiti to theater performances and more, the South’s coastal towns are full of cultural experiences worth traveling for. Plan your next road trip using this four-stop guide to see it all!
Here is our second installment of “SB Gallery,” featuring local artists’ work centered around a changing theme. This month’s theme: a preview of this year’s Magic City Art Connection!
Today we introduce our first installment of “SB Gallery,” where we will feature local artists’ work centered around a changing theme. This month’s theme: color!
This artist draws inspiration from anywhere and everywhere. Her modern abstract work is an arresting interplay of color and shape. Meet Catherine Booker Jones, our newest FACE of Birmingham.
Celebrate the past, present & future of the Magic City through music. This playlist of 55+ songs will make you even prouder to call Birmingham, Alabama home!
She’s bringing poetry to the Magic City. Meet award-winning poet, ASFA & UAB teacher and the brains behind the Magic City Poetry Festival, Ashley M. Jones.
It’s an ancient form of communication, and storytelling is still very much alive and well. Find out why it’s still so relevant — as well as where you can hear some of the best storytellers around! Image: StorytellingCenter.net
She thrives in the space where function and beauty intersect. Meet Katherine Tucker, prop stylist, production designer and the potter behind Civil Stoneware.