Giving to AEIVA

AEIVA lectureSupport Programming and Activities

  • Provide a Free Educational Activity for 50 people — $300
  • Provide a Free Educational Workshop for 20 people — $500
  • Support a Free Artist Lecture — $2,000
  • Bring an exhibition to AEIVA — $10,000

To support AEIVA acquisitions, conservation, bring an Artist in Residence to AEIVA, fund a lecture series, or any other interests please contact Member Services at 205-975-6436, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Become a Member

AEIVA offers several levels of memberships for individuals, patrons and businesses, each with many enjoyable benefits. Learn more about becoming a member.

Giving Campaigns

The Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts creates an exceptional visual arts center and a dynamic Arts Plaza that will culturally enrich UAB and the city of Birmingham. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Randall Stout, the Institute for the Visual Arts serves UAB’s mission to educate, inform and inspire artists and arts patrons about the importance of the visual arts throughout the state of Alabama. The Institute for the Visual Arts is located directly across the street from the Alys Stephens Center. This proximity will develop a greater sense of community for students and faculty and opportunities for collaboration and interaction with other arts agencies in the city of Birmingham. Gifts to the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts will enhance education and training for art students and educate non-art students about the importance of the visual arts in their lives, inspiring them to become future arts patrons.

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Exhibition Fund

AEIVA features three state-of-the-art contemporary galleries that present an array of dynamic exhibitions of regional, national, and international significance and scope. Help support AEIVA’s cutting-edge high-quality exhibition programs that feature emerging and established artists representing numerous cultures and artistic traditions. AEIVA has free admission for all and your support of AEIVA’s exhibitions will help enhance the artistic and cultural life of UAB and the Birmingham community.

Help AEIVA build on the recent success of its Warhol: Fabricated exhibition, which attracted and engaged broad audiences from across the community and garnered attention from local, regional, and national press including The New York Times.

AEIVA has been busy planning an array of upcoming exhibitions featuring major Cuban contemporary artists such as Luis Cruz Azaceta and Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons as well as exhibitions of photography featuring world-renowned artists such as David Maisel. Help AEIVA continue to present world-class exhibitions with your gift to the AEIVA Exhibition Fund.

Give to the Exhibition Fund

Acquisitions Fund

Help support AEIVA’s growing permanent collection of art, which includes paintings and sculptures as well as numerous significant works of historic as well as modern and contemporary photography, works on paper, and design.

AEIVA’s collection of over 800 works provides a valuable teaching and learning resource to students and faculty as well as the public, facilitating greater understanding of aesthetic, social, cultural, and historical issues through the direct experience of art.

Acquisition funds help AEIVA build and strengthen the breadth and scope of its permanent collection.

Give to the Acquisitions Fund

Conservation Fund

Help support the care and conservation of AEIVA’s permanent collection of art, which encompasses a broad range of artistic disciplines, including painting, sculpture, photography, video, and works on paper; and includes modern and contemporary art as well as historic works.

AEIVA’s collection features over 150 works by Andy Warhol recently gifted to the permanent collection, as well as works by many noted artists such as Sally Mann, William Christenberry, Yaacov Agam, Chryssa, Pablo Picasso, Dzine, Sue Coe, Robert Rauschenberg, and James Rosenquist. The collection also includes numerous historic works by artists such as Honoré Daumier, William Hogarth, and Giovanni Battista Piranesi.

Conservation funds help pay for costs of archival storage and materials, mounting, hinging, and framing, as well as collection conservation treatments. Help AEIVA preserve its collection for generations to come with your gift to the AEIVA Conservation Fund.

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Education Foundation Fund

The Education Foundation Fund supports AEIVA in its educational mission.

Give to the Education Foundation Fund

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