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Art On The Rocks // Seratones

July 27 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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Join us after dark for the 14th season of Birmingham’s most popular summer series Art On The Rocks presented by Dale’s Seasoning.

Art On The Rocks brings three Friday nights of entertainment to downtown Birmingham with artist collaborations, interactive performances, food, cocktails, and more! July’s event will feature musical guests Seratones, whose big sounds serve up a combination of Southern musicality, garage rock ferocity, and general badassery.

Tickets: Member $15 / Non-Yet-Member $25

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Lineup:
 
Music by Seratones: Hailing from Shreveport, Louisiana, our featured musical guest’s big sounds serve up a combination of Southern musicality, garage rock ferocity, and general badassery.
 
Fashion Show by Splashed by DKG: This luxury streetwear brand based in Birmingham is known for hand-constructed garments marked by bold, meticulously designed textiles. Come see their designs dazzle!
 
Interactive Mural by Blank Space Bham: They’ve painted the town, and now they’re hitting the BMA to get your help with their latest mural. Pick up a paint brush alongside acclaimed local artist Erin Mitchell for this creative community collaboration.
 
Artist Demonstration by Bonnybee Designs: Bonnybee is bringing back macrame, and she’s got some tricks up her sleeve that you won’t believe. Check out her clever new creation in process.
 
DJ Set by Seasick Records: Local legend Seasick Records will keep the party going all night long, spinning records indoors and out.
 
Gallery Gazing by Angie May: Go on a gallery hunt to discover some gems in the BMA collection created by members of our savvy education department.
 
Waterline Exhibition Opening: Step into a darkened gallery where you’ll be among the first to experience a unique new exhibition. Artist Marianne Nicolson brings Indigenous histories and world views to light through this immersive experience.