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Art, photography and culture

We’re proud to present a rich array of must-see events and exhibitions from one of the UK’s most culturally diverse cities.

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  • Sara Preisler Gallery: Folkloric Christmas season show

    16 November until 8 January 2018. After another exciting year at The Sara Preisler Gallery they are looking forward to welcoming in an enchanted winter with this year's Christmas collection!   Step into an immersive world of folklore and fairytale exhibiting new collections from Britain's most talented designers and artists. The Gallery displays wonderfully unique jewellery designs for both men and women, designed and personally created by Sara herself in her studio in-store. As well as our loyal artists and designers we...

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  • Digbeth Arts Market

      Digbeth Arts Market are excited to be launching their pioneering Art & Design Exhibition November 18. DAM will launch its first exhibition at the iconic Zellig and partnering independent cafe, Cranked Café.       They will be showcasing up and coming, award-winning artistic talent in a non-commercial environment with the opportunity for art to be purchased and commissioned upon request.  The Digbeth Art & Design Exhibition will be open to the public from November 18 and finish on December 8. The idea for the...

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  • Knights of Raj

    Birmingham’s favourite dish is celebrated at a new exhibition  at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, which explores the histories of the city’s famous curry houses.   Birmingham is home to hundreds of Indian restaurants, but most are unaware it was the Bangladeshi community that pioneered the ‘curry culture’ in Britain. Running until 7th Jan 2018, Knights of the Raj, is part of Soul City Arts’ project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and aims to showcase the untold stories of those who pioneered...

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  • Connecting Stories – Our British Asian Heritage

    21 October 11am – 4.30pm, Library of Birmingham   Punjabi Colours   The Sansaar Family have been entertaining audiences in Birmingham and beyond since 2004.  They will be taking over the Library of Birmingham for a day of vibrant and energetic activities influenced by the Punjab and North India.  With something for all the family, join us for a day of dhol drumming, turban tying, dressing up in saris and Indian outfits, interactive storytelling, learning about Punjabi traditions and culture, henna, mendhi, bhangra, giddha...

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  • Stories to be told in Birmingham as part of nationwide portrait events

    Critically acclaimed artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah OBE participates in the first of a series of live portrait sittings by award-winning artist Tanya Raabe-Webber at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery this summer, exploring and celebrating the diversity of our common humanity.     PortraitsUntold, funded by Arts Council England and in partnership with The Big Draw and other national venues including National Portrait Gallery will see acclaimed disabled artist Tanya Raabe-Webber undertake the first of the live portrait sittings at Birmingham Museum &...

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  • Millennium Point’s Atrium Wall

     23 February - 27 March Birmingham-based street artist Liskbot is the second artist to use the new Atrium Wall at Millennium Point Eastside’s Millennium Point is providing a platform for local artists to showcase their work, as its new Atrium Wall takes centre stage. Located in Millennium Point’s impressive Atrium space, the new Atrium Wall will feature a series of installations from local creatives. Since last summer, plans were put in place to use the wall as a regular feature and the wall...

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  • CircusMASH - Workshops, classes and masterclasses for the community, all summer long!

    Aerial Hoop Beginner & Intermediate Tuesdays 8.00 (90 Minutes)Location: Creation Climbing Centre, B12 9AADrop in: £15.00 (Drop in sessions must be booked in advance)Block Book 6 Weeks: £85.00 (These must be used in one discipline and must be used within three months)   Aerial Silks / Beginner Mondays 6.30pm (90 Minutes)Wednesdays 8.00 (90 Minutes)Location: Creation Climbing Centre, B12 9AADrop in: £15.00 (Drop in sessions must be booked in advance)Block Book 6 Weeks: £85.00 (These must be used in one discipline and must be used...

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