Patrick Staff: A Factory As It Might Be is the current exhibition at the International Project Space at the Birmingham Institute of Art & Design’s School of Art in Bournville. For those who don’t know about International Project Space: International Project Space (IPS) is a non-profit contemporary arts organisation situated on the Bournville campus of the … [Read more…]
The Brum Diary is a rather nice tumblr I came across last week via PROVIDE. Not much information on it, apart from “A photographic journal of my life as a scenic carpenter in Brumton”
A few Friday links… it’s quite a big round-up, so grab a cup of tea and have a good sift through. News: MITTWOCH AUS LICHT by Stockhausen, a commission for the London 2012 Festival, produced by Birmingham Opera Company last August in a disused Digbeth factory has been shortlisted for the two top awards in the … [Read more…]
“Bandstand is a collection of digital audio performances for Bandstands from The Other Way Works. The audio performances are located in the landscape, and can be discovered and experienced using your smartphone’s GPS in conjunction with our Bandstand App. We are hoping to have the Bandstand App available on the iPhone and Android stores in early June, … [Read more…]
Last month online boutique Library launched, selling prints from established designers and illustrators. It’s Birmingham based, and most of the artists involved are from the Birmingham area. With a range of posters on offer from designers such as Family, Mou&Ye, Known As Unknown and Others Studio, Library has carefully chosen each artist to offer a … [Read more…]
Cinemasters Of The Universe brings you a unique, unorthodox and unparalleled pop-up cinema experience, showing the films you love the way they were made to be seen – on the silver screen. Cinemasters will offer up nightly double-bills and weekend matinees. Showing cinematic masterpieces, cult classics and world-class bad movies in a bespoke underground environment, … [Read more…]
Fierce Festival – Save The Dates Apologies about the warped image – it’s a screengrab. Further info on the Fierce Festival website.
Brand new for 2013, LOLIHULL launches with a fantastic line-up of comedians including Edinburgh Festival Best Newcomer-nominated Joe Lycett; the “inventive rebooting of physical comedy” from the Boy with Tape on His Face; the master of the one-liner Gary Delaney and Festival Patron Jasper Carrott’s hugely popular Made in Brum show. There’s also a Barnstormers Comedy evening, stand-up workshops for budding comedians, … [Read more…]