A City Girl’s Guide to: Art on the Rocks


If you haven’t been to Art on the Rocks at the Birmingham Museum of Art, you are missing out on what I feel is a premier cultural event in Birmingham. Art on the Rocks reminds me of a very popular event in New York, First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum. To my surprise, I found Art on the Rocks to be more fun the First Saturdays.  Although First Saturdays is a free event, I feel that AOTR is well worth the $20.  August 15th was the last event of the summer series, but mark your calendars for next year. Here are 8 reasons why you can’t miss the series next year:


8 Reasons You Can’t Miss Art on the Rocks Next Year

Event Details:
{What} Art on the Rocks 

(When} Friday, August 15, 2014

{Where} Birmingham Museum of Art

{Sponsors} Bromberg Jewelry, Birmingham Budweiser, Southern Wine & Spirits

{Diversity Level} 3.5 out of 5

{Fun Scale} 5 out of 5

  1. Food is included, and it is delicious

  2. The event draws a DIVERSE and friendly crowd

  3. You get to enjoy all of the exhibits, including special exhibits at no additional cost


    My hipster haiku

    photo booth 2



    I’m live and in living color y’all.

  4. You get to dress up #grownandsexy


    The budding fashionista herself!!


    These ladies have their own style. I support it.

  5. There are interactive exhibits to keep you busy all night #bromberg #NikLaymanPhotography

  6. You get to  hang out downtown and enjoy good music IMG_3947

  7. The event doesn’t end at 10pm  🙂 🙂 🙂IMG_3913

  8. You are supporting the Arts #ImAJuniorPatronIMG_3909

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