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…]
Nirvana – Lithium – Birmingham 1991 – YouTube Footage from The Hummingbird (now Birmingham Ballroom). There are a few more here too Interactive/film and video artists wanted – The Public The Public are currently inviting interactive artists and artists working in film and video to submit work to two unique open exhibitions, taking place early … [Read more…]
If you fancy performing then fling an email over to firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ve no idea how careers karaoke might work – could be interesting. Also, Tan Matthews might be a name worth watching.
Thriller In The City “a mass thriller Flash mob will be descending on a secret city centre location on 1pm on Saturday 16th April” Vudu Club New club from the folks behind Subculture and Subside. Opening soon Time For Change: On Birmingham’s Buses – The Official Blog for the Campaign to get change on Birmingham’s … [Read more…]
As you may have realised, we haven’t been posting as much recently, leaving it to our guest contributors to fill the pages on CiB. As a result, I wouldn’t want anyone to miss out on what’s going on, so I’m just going to mention a few things that have been coming in through the CiB … [Read more…]
From time to time a disgruntled promoter will write something accusing the people of Birmingham of being an apathetic bunch who’d rather stay at home than go out and have a good time. See this post from a year ago for an example. James Cook has joined this cohort with a post titled ‘Why the … [Read more…]
Tomorrow, I’ll be at The Public for the showcase event of the DCD Programme. In case you’d not heard of it: Arts Council England West Midlands’ Digital Content Development (DCD) Programme is a three year programme of investment which aims to catalyse the creation and creative use of digital content platforms for arts organisations across … [Read more…]
The Public are hosting two open exhibitions in 2011, and have pushed back the deadline for submissions to Friday 31 December 2010. TOUCHINTERACTIVE 2011 is to be the UK’s first open exhibition specifically for digital interactive artwork, and SCREENING 2011 will offer film and video artists a chance to exhibit work. Both exhibitions are free … [Read more…]