Cahaba Inspired: Art Exhibition Presented by Arts Trussville and the Cahaba River Society
The Cahaba River Society has partnered with Arts Trussville to present Cahaba Inspired, a juried exhibition at the Trussville Public Library featuring art inspired by the Cahaba River. The exhibition is free and open to the public from November 9th through November 30th.
We want to thank our new partner, Arts Trussville, and their stellar lead volunteer, Kathy Prince, for organizing this showcase of works from artists around the region. The exhibition is juried by Dr. Graham Boettcher, the R. Hugh Daniel Director of the Birmingham Museum of Art.
Paintings, photographs, pastels, drawings, and mosaics explore our relation to water and nature, embodied by the Cahaba River. We hope the artwork inspires people to value and protect the Cahaba, an essential resource. You can read more about the show and the art in the exhibition announcement post.
Cahaba Inspired Special Events
All events are free and open to the public.
- November 5th at 4 pm: Keynote presentations on the Cahaba by Ben Wegleitner with The Nature Conservancy about challenges the river is facing and UAB Professor Halley Cotton about her solo kayak adventure down the Cahaba this summer.
- November 9th through 30th: Cahaba-Inspired Art Exhibition
- November 9th at 5:30 pm: The Artists Reception.
- November 12th at 4 pm: Presentation of the Hunter Nichols documentary featuring the Cahaba River: River Dreams.
How to access the Cahaba River
Find locations to access the Cahaba River for Plein Air painting opportunities using the Cahaba Blueway website, which includes an interactive map of public river access locations.
Sponsor & Partners
Cahaba Inspired is sponsored by Cahaba River Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that works to protect & restore the Cahaba River and its rich diversity of life, in partnership with Arts Trussville and the Trussville Public Library.