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Exhibition which commemorates the centenary of the First World War and recounts the experiences of Birmingham men who served in the regiment between 1914 and 1918, using personal objects, medals & memorabilia.
Discover more about the early history of the Midlands and how that history was uncovered, recorded and told by prominent local geologists & scientists.
Showcase of works by Norwegian artist Anne Katrine Dolven who'll be showing her work alongside that of nineteenth century Norwegian painter, Peder Balke.
Exhibition of artefacts, images and oral histories relating to the recruitment of soldiers from the Jewellery Quarter.
Illustrated Brum showcases collected welcomes from around the city. Limited prints by artists with a connection to Birmingham who have been commissioned for exhibition, also feature.
Exhibition which uses original photographs, film interviews & artefacts to tell the compelling stories of Quaker men & women during the 1914-1918 conflict and?its aftermath.
Seeking to uncover the methods and motives behind the representation of the superhuman & supernatural in art. Subjects drawn from both ancient mythology &?the Judo-Christian tradition feature.
Various mac student artists communicate the richness & quality of both the learning experience & content produced on site at mac.
Exhibition featuring new techniques such as 3D-printing to examine current trends in ceramics &?jewellery.
Large-scale group exhibition.
First of two exhibitions by emerging artists - in this case, Kelly Best and Georgie Grace.
Site-specific installation from the Angolan artist renowned for his comments on the nature of our globalised world.
“Daily Lovemaking is the expression of the joy that I find when confronting the contradictions…