A series of screenings about the miner’s strike will take place at the International Project Space gallery at School of Art in Bournville on Wednesday evening 17 April as part of the current ‘A Factory as it Might Be’ exhibition
THIS weekend sees the ‘Art Soak’ festival holding a host of exciting and innovative events and performances across the Selly Oak constituency with plenty happening in Bournville and Stirchley.
A calendar of arts and community activities for the Selly Oak constituency has been produced by Birmingham City Council. Forthcoming highlights include the ‘Love Stirchley More‘ festival this week and ‘Terrifying Tudors‘ at Selly Manor in Bournville next week.
Bournville-based South Birmingham Sinfonia will be taking to the stage at St. Francis’ Church, Bournville, on Saturday February 9th to perform two incomplete works by Schubert and Bruckner as part of its Winter Concert Series.
AN innovative new map has been developed that highlights the region’s historic buildings, allowing users to access more information about them. The map uses data from Open Street Map and English Heritage and shows the extent of Bournville’s cultural heritage.
German artist Andrea Büttner will draw inspiration from Bournville and its history as a centre of Arts education as part of her new exhibition at International Project Space opening in November.
THE last in our series of profiles of former students of Bournville’s Art School is Katie Grand – a well-known stylist and fashion journalist.
THE sixth in our series of profiles of former students of Bournville’s Art School explores the art of Roger Hiorns – an unconventional artist who creates his works by experimenting with various materials and substances.
THE fifth in our series of profiles of former students of Bournville’s Art School focuses on Richard Billingham, a photographer whose art explores the issues in his dysfunctional family.
IT’S been almost 70 years since the sounds of Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington were one of the soundtracks to life in Bournville. Thanks to the Jazz Ramblers however, the music of Speakeasies and skyscrapers returned once again to the heart of Bournville, as Jazz on the Green 2012 burst into chorus.