Friday lunchtime links 16th November 2012

Friday lunchtime links 16th November 2012. Here are a few things we have noted in the past week. If you have anything to add please do so in the comments section. Hello Culture 2012 Join some of the country’s leading cultural and digital minds as they explore digital transformation as a way for organisations to produce, … [Read more…]

Friday lunchtime links 9th November 2012

A few things that caught our eager eyes this week, with a few forthcoming events and opportunities. If you have anything to add, please do so in the comments section. Make Do and Mend Photography exhibition at the Custard Factory (9th/10th Nov) Photography by Alison Baskerville Project Pigeon Theatre – kickstarter to fund three plays about … [Read more…]


  Frame_ Birmingham is a project by Elly Clarke / Clarke Gallery that sees unique and limited edition artworks by local and international artists installed into unexpected locations such as St Philip’s Cathedral and womenswear shop COS, amongst others.  Frame_ brings “art to new audiences, new audiences to art and new contexts in which art can be shown.” Launching 16th November, … [Read more…]

Friday links 2nd November 2012

Friday links for 2nd November 2012. If you have anything to add, we welcome your additions in the comments section. Motherland by Vincent Dance Theatre at DanceXchange this evening. Profile Books Takes Over Tindal Street Press Publishing Art Exhibition/EP Launch tonight ‘Working our way west’ at Urban Coffee Company on Church Street. Artwork by Carla Smith and Simon … [Read more…]

MSFAC – Margaret Street Free Arts Council

  MSFAC – Margaret Street Free Arts Council are a ‘radical fine art collective’ based in Birmingham. They make political statements and induce political discussion through self publishing as Distrakshun Press. They were involved in the Birmingham Social Centre last year. “MSFAC are excited to announce that we are soon to begin a 12 month … [Read more…]

Friday links 26th October 2012

Not done one of these links posts in a while, but here are things I bookmarked this week: Why have Birmingham’s hyperlocal bloggers failed to deliver? Reasons To Be Cheerful About Birmingham BiNS: Birmingham’s Biggest Hyperlocal News Website: 10 years strong | eBay Expedition Report No.4: Birmingham CBD, Westside and Jewellery Quarter Flip Festival 2012 1/2/3 … [Read more…]

Bread & Circus

Bread & Circus is a blog by two Birmingham based designers posting mainly about travel, design, fashion, music and food. Dotted amongst their travelling posts which include Budapest, Istanbul and Ibiza, you’ll find gems about Birmingham based happenings, such as the recent Eye Candy Festival in Southside, the third Birmingham Royal Ballet/Claire Hartley design and illustration collaboration … [Read more…]