Nicky over on Digbeth is Good has picked up on some Digbeth-themed animations by some BCU students. This is Voices of Digbeth by a few people who have modestly decided not to put their full names to it: And this is Wasted Digbeth by Keanu Jones (I liked his Attack of the Dinozilla too):
We Grow Cherries is: a talent pool of graduates from the BA (Hons) Visual Communication course at BIAD, BCU. Our Visual Communication graduates span Graphic Communication, Illustration, Photography and Moving Image Over at CMYKern James has been picking out his highlights.
Tomorrow afternoon at Zellig (the new Custard Factory bit – that name’s still not sitting right with me) there’s an event for creative freelancers called Know Your Place. Those who are well tuned in to this sort of thing will know that a similar thing ran at Fazeley Studios a few months back (I even … [Read more…]
Its coming to that time of year again, where students everywhere are violently thrashing canvases, filming anything that moves and putting final touches to conceptual installations. Art degree show season is upon us; a great time to go out and see some really refreshing work by the UK’s best and brightest, as well as sample … [Read more…]
Snow in B29. The Flickr group: B29 will be tracking and rating the incoming snow via twitter over the next week, and gathering any photographs taken within the postcode. Desk space for rent at the Fierce Earth office. The Fierce Earth office have a desk for rent in a prime city centre location for a … [Read more…]
Media Talent Bank is a collective of creatives, media organisations and freelancers. Through this robust online database of individuals, employers can source the hottest creative talent around through personalised profiles. This project is funded by Digital Central and managed by Media Content Lab part of Birmingham City University with the aim of galvanising the West … [Read more…]
There seems to be a few jewellery-related things on at the moment. Brilliantly Birmingham is ongoing until 21 December (although it’s a little hard to tell what’s happening and where from the website) and now there’s a new website for BCU’s School of Jewellery. It looks like this: Couple of things: the RSS feed for … [Read more…]
A neat little item this – Tales of Creativity is a collection of video and written profiles of graduates from the various courses run from Screen Media Lab that hopes to give readers an insight into the everday reality of working in the creative industries. There are 18 profiles from a whole host of disciplines … [Read more…]