Odox is an artist-run project space, gallery and studio provider in the Jewellery Quarter which opened earlier this year. Their focus is on new and contemporary art with their current exhibition shining the spotlight on the work of Secret Walls winning doodler Used Pencil aka Ben Pickering.
Readers, I have a confession to make. I am a magazine addict. As a teenager I’d spend my pocket money on the likes of Sugar, Bliss, Just 17 and Mizz. I loved devouring the problem pages, photo stories and features on topics such as make up tips and relationship advice it was like having a
Friday 9th August saw the launch of the 25 Years of Now exhibition at Iron House, a new gallery space in heart of the Jewellery Quarter.
Birmingham Heritage Week is a city-wide festival that celebrates the city’s rich and fascinating history.
Whether you’re enjoying a staycation or relaxing by the pool I’m sure you’ll agree that the summer is a perfect time to dive into a new book. I love nothing more than enjoying the warm weather with a great book in my hand.
Forward is an exhibition of photographic work by Irish artist Gwen Wilkinson which is inspired by Birmingham’s industrial, political and social history.
Despite working until recently about a five minute walk away from RBSA I’ve not really spent much time at this gallery as there never seemed to be enough time in my lunch break to really take in the exhibitions. So when I had some free time a couple of weeks ago I went to see
Happy Sunday friends and welcome to the latest edition of my Week Notes posts. How was your week?
The Paper Museum: The Curious Eye Of Cassiano Dal Pozzo is the latest pop up exhibition at the Barber Institute. Co curated by MA Art History and Curating students, it’s the second exhibition in the partnership between the Royal Collection Trust and the Barber.