The website for New Art Birmingham has launched and perusing it I’m reminded that it’s not just the art fair at Curzon Street Station. There are also events taking place at the Ikon Gallery, New Art Gallery Walsall, Midlands Arts Centre, The Lighthouse in Wolverhampton, and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. The site was designed … [Read more…]
If you’re a photographer you may have already come across the petition to “stop proposed restrictions regarding photography in public places” as it’s been getting a fair bit of word-of-mouth action. As well as being all over Flickr like a rash it’s been covered by photography agency Rhubarb Rhubarb and Film Birmingham. 35,000 people have … [Read more…]
Co-production is becoming an increasingly viable option for independent producers who are looking to finance their projects. Join the Producers’ Forum for an afternoon of talks, discussion and case studies from producers experienced in this field. Guest speakers include: Rebecca O’Brien (Producer, The Wind That Shakes The Barley) JJ Lousberg (UK Film Council) Isabel Davis … [Read more…]
The New Generation Arts festival brings all the various UCE arts graduate shows under one banner for two weeks in this summer. It’s a neat idea allowing them to make more of an event of their varied shows and really push the creatives involved. It’s still early days but the website looks to be adding … [Read more…]
BirminghamMusic.com, the umbrella site that attempts to cover all the musical activity going on in the city, have announced plans to run a recording studio which will be made available for free to Birmingham based musicians. As plans are put into motion over the next few months interested artists are invited to get in touch … [Read more…]
The Event is “a series of artist run activities in permanent and temporary spaces throughout central Birmingham” running for a fortnight from Martch 31st to April 15th. Participating organisations are a.a.s., Capital Art Projects, Colony, [insertspace], International Project Space, Modulate, Periscope, 7inch Cinema, Spectacle, and the Springhill Institute. There’s also a launch party on Saturday … [Read more…]
D’log went to the Birmingham Open art show and reports on the artists that caught his eye, finding links to them where possible.
Andrew Dubber, a music lecturer at UCE, gives news of a talk he’s giving for the Moseley Creative Forum on March 15th, 7pm upstairs at the Epic Skate Park. The title is “Thereâ€™s never been a better time to be in the music industry”. Thereâ€™s a bit of a presupposition in there that I donâ€™t … [Read more…]