I’m not really one for reprinting press releases that are sent to me but I’ll make an exception. Here follows a message from Pete. —– I’m running a couple of courses which I hope will become regular monthly things. The first is Matt and Pete’s Photo School (see poster) Here we’re combining an academic approach to … [Read more…]
We Are Birmingham team up with Bullring for a very exciting public art project | We Are Birmingham Tom Tebby, Carl Booth, Matt Murtagh and James Thompson are doing something to cover the hoardings while the Spiceal Street development goes on ‘type-writing’ Symposium – good, long, comprehensive write-up of the event from Rachel Marsden, who was … [Read more…]
This is a bit self-indulgent and it starts with a brief recap, so please bear with me. Back in Feb, Ian posted something about BRB presenting some work choregraphed by their dancers. One of the pieces used a track called Printer Jam by Mistabishi and was spotted by the people behind the Drum and Bass … [Read more…]
The Photography Collective and Birmingham Photospace have teamed up in association with Rhubarb Rhubarb, to bring us Contact. From 3-18 September the Rhubarb East Gallery will play host to a collection of seven emerging photographers working in the West Midlands. Curated by Kathryn Kliszat from Light House, exhibiting artists are gwbenson, Ian & Mark James … [Read more…]
This is one for all you Google Street View fanatics out there (you know who you are). Photographer and filmmaker Matt Murtagh has painstakingly pasted together the journey from Moseley to St Phillips Cathedral to create a stunning example with what can be done with free online tools, a huge amount of patience and a … [Read more…]
More photos from the evening on Matt Murtagh‘s website.