Autumn Glory reviews « Birmingham Royal Ballet’s tour blog This is good – an even-looking spread of reviews from BRB’s recent tour (from both big newspapers and individual tweets) with links through to the source Open Studio at Birmingham Printmakers “At Birmingham Printmakers we are holding an Open Studio on Saturday 26th November from 10am … [Read more…]
An Announcement from Audiences Central – Audiences Central “It is with great sadness that the Board of Audiences Central announces that Audiences Central will cease trading on 31 March 2012.” A victim of the cuts Anna Mairi; writing for writing. Anna is an English Lit student UoB English Lit student, among other things. This is … [Read more…]
Found Objects Stick ‘Birmingham’ in the search bar on this blog’s sidebar and prepare to be amazed Found Objects: Birmingham Arts Lab “Pat also did Dr Who stuff, and greased up the man who played the giant shrimp in “The Invisible Enemy” so he could slide into the costume!” Kavanaugh Leaves Rep – News – … [Read more…]
Area 15 December/January Hot off the presses Culture Vulture West Midlands’s Blog | Pecking at the culture carrion of the West Midlands Arts/culture blog for the West Mids Home of the Autumn Store Blog » Blog Archive » Autumn Store 5th Birthday All Dayer! “in January 2011 we’ll be FIVE YEARS OLD! And we’re planning … [Read more…]
Simon Goode will be holding this one-day, non-adhesive binding workshop on 11 December at Birmingham Printmakers. He’ll be giving an introduction to Japanese stab binding, and Coptic binding techniques, along with how they can be adapted for individual uses, such as holding prints and developing into artists’ books. The day costs £45 / £40 for … [Read more…]
On 27 November, Birmingham Printmakers are opening their studio doors from 10am – 4pm. They’ll be selling original prints, cards, books and gift wrapping.
Emma Hardicker is a local artist who’s exhibited in that many places around Birmingham that I’m surprised I’ve not come across her before: This print is based on Birmingham’s iconic buildings. There are twelve recognisable pieces of architecture in the silkscreen print, placed together to create an architectural pattern in an illustrative way. Have fun … [Read more…]