Boxxed – the art, film, music and education venue on Floodgate Street in Digbeth – is to close its doors. The venue – which hosted the shoot for Juice Aleem’s Rock My Hologram music video and more – made this announcement on their Facebook page: It’s with a great deal of sadness that we have to … [Read more…]
Into March and while Capsule took Home of Metal to SXSW and Flatpack were readying another festival, Rhubarb Rhubarb opened the Rhubarb East Gallery Pete took a break from the CiB Shop to give an update 2 weeks in, The Photography Collective formed and held their first meeting and We Are Eastside launched linking up Eastside’s creative organisations. Project Brutal … [Read more…]
I Am Camera is an exhibition featuring 25 photographers displaying work at Boxxed on Floodgate Street in Digbeth between 10th and 19th of June. Here’s some more words about it: I Am Camera is a collective showcase of work put together by a group of emerging and established artists who are currently rooted within Birmingham. … [Read more…]
New vid for Juice Aleem’s ‘Rock My Hologram’: The vid was shot at Boxxed in Digbeth and, looking at the blurb in the YouTube description a whole host of local folks were involved (aside from Juice Aleem himself).
Smash Bro’z win at UK Hip Hop championships Next stop, Las Vegas for the World Finals CAN <UK> Based in Ladywood – “We are a design, media and communication company working with people of all ages and abilities to devise engaging cross media projects that enable participants to express ideas about themselves, their communities and … [Read more…]
I’ve heard plenty of grumbling over the past little while that there’s not enough space around the city for doing ‘stuff’ in, so this might be interesting to a fair few. Media Kube Productions – 5-7 Vaughton Street South (a couple of mins from Five Ways) In the words of Pete Homer from Media Kube … [Read more…]