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Solo show featuring a display of forms in porcelain experimenting with barium glaze.
A body of work which navigates the course of Birmingham’s River Rea. This exhibition forms part of Flatpack Festival, Birmingham’s annual film jamboree which takes place in the city from 20 to 30 March.
Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry here takes his inspiration not only from his own 2012 television documentary series All In The Best Possible Taste, but also from William Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress…
Contributions from some of the ‘greatest masters’ in miniature portraiture feature in this new Barber Institute offering. Focusing on the family, and how its members and dynasties were depicted between the…
Exhibition which explores the origins and manufacturing processes of coinage in the neighbouring Byzantine and early Muslim empires.
Featuring art works from the Introduction to Art Techniques course, led by artist tutor Helen Tarr.
Exhibition featuring the works of four contemporary jewellers with a shared goal of raising awareness of their craft within Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.
Exploring themes of preservation and recording in the work of female artists.
A showcase of 'high quality, innovative work' by the best new talent in the region.
Exhibition of artefacts, images and oral histories relating to the recruitment of soldiers from the Jewellery Quarter.
An unusual genre of portraiture fashionable two hundred years ago provides the inspiration for this exhibition of photographic miniatures by contemporary photographer Bettina von Zwehl. Paintings of single eyes of…
Celebrating the experimental sounds and cultures of downtown New York and
Birmingham2 - 8 June 2014