Things to do during 'Stay Home Stay Safe' Order
Downtown Sculpture Tour & Brochure
Did you know the City is home to 15 art sculptures? Download a  Downtown Sculpture Tour & Brochure map  and discover them today. Make a list of your top three favorite sculptures and compare lists with friends and family.

City Sculpture Coloring Pages
The City of Birmingham encourages those of all ages to color city sculptures using coloring pages provided by the Public Arts Board. Download the coloring pages on the  City's website . Snap a picture of your completed page and send it to  with the artist’s name and age (and any other artist information you’d like posted). Submissions may be featured on the City’s social media accounts. Learn more about the sculptures and artists in the City's  Art in Public Spaces pamphlet here .

City Sculpture Sketches 
For those who prefer to start with a blank canvas, feel free to draw our City sculptures and submit a photo of your artwork to  with your name (and any other artist information you’d like posted). Submissions may be featured on the City’s social media accounts. Find sculpture photos for drawing inspiration on the City's  Art in Public Spaces Pinterest page .

Birmingham Architecture Amateur Photography Contest
Calling all photographers! Join our architecture photography contest. Details are as follows:
Rules : Photograph must be taken within Birmingham City Limits. Anything architecture goes, from small details (gable decorations, windows, masonry work, etc.) to entire buildings! Entries must include name, email, date photograph was taken, and the address of the subject in the photograph. Original photographs only.
Submission : Submit one photograph per person for consideration to: . Entries must be submitted by June 1st, 2020. Please include “2020 Architecture Photography Contest” in the Subject Line. Winning Entries: The winning photograph will be featured on the homepage of the City's website.

Mill Pond Historic Walking Tour        
There are many historic sites within the City of Birmingham. Have you visited them recently? Download a  Mill Pond Neighborhood Historic Walking Tour here .

DIA at Home
DIA staff members have been working hard to increase digital content and activities for all ages that can be accessed from home. Follow these links to learn more:  For Seniors  Art Access Community Partnerships  School Field Trip from Home & Learning Resources 

Write or Draw for Seniors
Many seniors are lonely and you can brighten their day by writing them a letter or drawing a picture. Next Senior Center has generously offered to deliver letters and drawings to seniors in need. Simply mail your letter or drawing to: Next Senior Services, Attn: Letter for Seniors, 2121 Midvale, Birmingham, MI 48009.
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