Eastside Projects, Exhibition Launch, ‘Karl Nawrot: Mind Walk #I’ Friday 19 April, 6–8pm

Exhibition Launch ‘Karl Nawrot: Mind Walk #I’ Friday 19 April, 6–8pm Eastside Projects, 86 Heath Mill Lane, Birmingham, B9 4AR Please join us for the launch of ‘Mind Walk #1’, an exhibition by Seoul based artist and designer Karl Nawrot. The exhibition reveals Nawrot’s aesthetic sensibility as a curious union of the macabre and the… Read More Eastside Projects, Exhibition Launch, ‘Karl Nawrot: Mind Walk #I’ Friday 19 April, 6–8pm

Eastside Projects, Along Between and On The Lines, Saturday 29 June, 1–3.30pm

Along Between and On The Lines Saturday 29 June 1–3.30pm Poet Phillip Monks will lead this practical writing workshop, working with participants to create poems in response to Gunilla Klingberg’s immersive installation. Taking ideas that inform both Gunilla’s work and Eastside Projects’ programme more broadly – including fixed positions, accumulation and layering – as source… Read More Eastside Projects, Along Between and On The Lines, Saturday 29 June, 1–3.30pm

Vivid Projects/ Bring Your Own Beamer

Vivid Projects’ acclaimed 33 REVOLUTIONS programme concludes this winter with Bring Your Own Beamer, a one-night event curated by Antonio Roberts. Armed with projectors, an army of artists will beam their responses to the Revolutions call in Vivid Projects’ space. Hailing from Birmingham and beyond, exhibiting artists include Antonio Roberts, Pete Ashton, Sam Alexander Mattacott,… Read More Vivid Projects/ Bring Your Own Beamer

Volume: Birmingham’s Art, Book & Print Fair / 5-7 December

A celebration of the very best in independent publishing, this event will include speakers, panel discussions, workshops and a fair. Volume is being produced by Capsule for the Library of Birmingham in collaboration with a number of Birmingham arts organisations, showcasing the wealth and breadth of publishing expertise in the region. Each organisation will produce… Read More Volume: Birmingham’s Art, Book & Print Fair / 5-7 December

FILM/FEMINISM/IDENTITY/ACTIVISM: Looking Out From The CCCS

Vivid Projects presents a snapshot into four decades of alternative Birmingham culture. Join us for this month-long season of exhibition, provocations and events investigating the impact of University of Birmingham’s Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS). Founded by Richard Hoggart in 1964 and later directed by Stuart Hall, the Centre broke down barriers between staff… Read More FILM/FEMINISM/IDENTITY/ACTIVISM: Looking Out From The CCCS

Capsule presents Melt Banana + Thrilling Headgear + Glatze / May 27th Rainbow Warehouse

Capsule are delighted to announce the return of MELT BANANA who will perform in Birmingham on May 27 at the Rainbow Warehouse. Tickets from HERE From the whip-like crack of Yako’s signature staccato vocals and impossible-to-memorize lyrics to the relentless overdrive tempo of their one-of-a-kind prog-core, MELT BANANA have long resided in a cybertopia of… Read More Capsule presents Melt Banana + Thrilling Headgear + Glatze / May 27th Rainbow Warehouse

Capsule presents… The Ex + Rattle + Health & Efficiency + Milque & Muhle showcase

Capsule are excited to announce THE EX will playing Birmingham at the Hare & Hounds on April 18th. Buy tickets Since emerging in 1979, Dutch anarcho-punk band THE EX have embarked on a series of adventurous collaborations, making their musical style impossible to confine to any one genre. Beginning in the 80s The Ex partnered… Read More Capsule presents… The Ex + Rattle + Health & Efficiency + Milque & Muhle showcase

Exhibition opening: The Piracy Project at Grand Union

The Grand Union is pleased to announce the opening of The Piracy Project, an international publishing, and exhibition project exploring the philosophical, legal and practical implications of book piracy. This winter the Piracy Project collection will be housed at the Grand Union, accessible to members of the public during exhibition opening hours, and activated by… Read More Exhibition opening: The Piracy Project at Grand Union