Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts

Designed by the world-renowned architect, the late Randall Stout, the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts (AEIVA), is a center for UAB and the Birmingham community to engage with contemporary art and artists. The 26,000-square-foot building is named for lead donors Judy and Hal Abroms, and Ruth and the late Marvin Engel.

1221 10th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35205

Place Type

Arts, On Campus

Website

uab.edu

Upcoming Events

Works by students, chosen by artist and guest juror William Downs, will be featured in the Annual Juried Student Exhibition at the University of Alabama at...

1/18 12pm

Artist Lily Reeves uses light, space, sculpture, immersive installation and performance to spiritual chasms in contemporary culture while encouraging...

1/18 12pm

Using thread and cloth as her medium, multidisciplinary artist Sonya Yong James examines the intersection of our shared cultural mythologies and female...

1/18 12pm

William Downs (born in Greenville, SC) has had recent solo exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia in Atlanta and the Contemporary Art Museum...

1/18 12pm

Works by students, chosen by artist and guest juror William Downs, will be featured in the Annual Juried Student Exhibition at the University of Alabama at...

1/19 12pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

A literary lion; detail from "San Girolamo nello studio" by Colantonio

Rob Collins left a positive review 3/8/2020

Unusual and very rewarding. Deidra Dees’ very personal approach overcame my initial skepticism and made me think deeply about how we present knowledge and scholarly opinion.

Zahrah left a positive review 9/10/2019

This event was fantastic. Always awesome to see Birmingham attract high quality speakers and artists.

Natalie Campbell posted a photo 12/12/2018

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