Cabaniss-Kaul Center for the Arts

Altamont's comprehensive arts program is anchored by the Cabaniss-Kaul Center for the Arts. Featuring the latest in lighting, audio-visual equipment, and acoustical elements, as well as theatre-style seating for 500 guests, it is a place for students to showcase their talent and for our Altamont and Birmingham community to gather. The school has proudly hosted many regional, national, and international speakers as well as the Alabama Rivers Alliance Southern Exposure Film Fellowship premiere.

Theatre and visual arts students share a two-story "back-of-house" building, allowing faculty to collaborate when teaching skills in set construction, painting, lighting and prop design. Our Pharo Art Studio offers more natural light and enough space for students to refine their skills in 3-D design, sculpture, multimedia, filmmaking, kiln firing and much more. The cutting edge Lacey-Day Photography Studio enables our students to produce meaningful and award-winning work.

Cabaniss-Kaul Center for the Arts

Margaret Livingston Gallery and Martin Hames Gallery

Lacey-Day Photography Studio

Pharo Art Studio