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

Bella by Harper Nichols

Works by students, chosen by artist and guest juror Allyson Comstock, will be featured in the Juried Student Exhibition. This will mark the 44th year for...

1/20 10am
Antarctica: A Disappearing Continent

As part of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists and Writers Program, Professor Allyson Comstock spent seven weeks working alongside research...

1/20 10am
Les Lavueses by Henri Joseph Harpignies

A grand art movement focused on depicting the fledgling American landscape and rooted in the Romanticist style of Europe, the Hudson River School rose to...

1/20 10am
Bella by Harper Nichols

Works by students, chosen by artist and guest juror Allyson Comstock, will be featured in the Juried Student Exhibition. This will mark the 44th year for...

1/21 10am
Antarctica: A Disappearing Continent

As part of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists and Writers Program, Professor Allyson Comstock spent seven weeks working alongside research...

1/21 10am

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Zahrah

Zahrah left a positive review 9/10/2019

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

Valerie Bennett

Valerie Bennett left a positive review 4/16/2019

I viewed the exhibition for a class paper. The show was pretty good. Everyone should go see it in support of our future artist and art teachers!

Natalie Campbell

Natalie Campbell posted a photo 12/12/2018

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