Birmingham Museum of Art HOLI: Festival of Colors
Sat, Mar 10 | 11am-3pm
Holi: Festival of Colors
Birmingham Museum of Art
(2000 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35203)
Free | Presented by the Indian Cultural Society
Join the BMA and the Indian Cultural Society for the 8th annual Holi Festival, the Indian celebration of color. This popular event brings communities together for a fun-filled day celebrating Indian culture and featuring music, dance, food, henna, art making, and gallery exploration. At the end of the event, guests gather outside for the highlight of the day – the throwing of powdered colors to welcome the spring season. Make sure to wear something you don’t mind having to wash!
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