'Reframing the Wild' co-curated by Dr Kate Nichols and Dr Sam Shaw takes place at the Wolverhampton Art Gallery in Summer 2019. The MAP blog shares an insight into the animal inspired collection
Professor Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll has received a glowing review on an influential blog for her performance at the 'First Friday' event held at the Stryx Gallery in Digbeth, Birmingham
This one-day symposium considers the formation of modern Czech identity in the arts, politics and the media, focusing on key global events of the 20th century. It responds to various celebrations in the Czech Republic and the UK, including the centenary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia in 1918 and fiftieth anniversary of the Prague Spring and Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.
We are delighted to announce this year's exhibitions, produced in partnership with our wonderful exhibition partners, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Royal Collection Trust and, Grand Union.
Professor Matthew Rampley awarded a €2.4 million Advanced Grant by the European Research Council.
Bringing together 11 public art collections across the Midlands and researchers from the University of Birmingham, issue one of new online research resource and journal 'Midlands Art Papers' (MAP) is now live.
Creative Rage is a group show of artists exploring themes of bravery, aggression and trailblazing combative non-conformity. The three generations of artists in this exhibition are proud, committed and uncompromising members of the progressive LGBTQ artistic community and create work that is powerful and flamboyant, liberating and often witty as well as visually startling.
Each year, 2nd year History of Art students embark on a University-funded, week-long study trip to a European city, in order to study its art, architecture and culture up-close as part of the module Art History in the Field. Second year students, Hannah Binns, Louise Greenhill, Rozeena Jabeen, Beth Moody and Elizabeth Shih tell us all about what they got up to on their week in Paris.
Dr Elizabeth L'Estrange (AHCVS) has been awarded a 'Special Commendation' for her proposal 'Redefining Women and the Book in the Middle Ages (c. 800-1600)' submitted to the CARMEN Medieval Network Project Prize.
This month's Digbeth First Friday saw the opening of a range of exciting and thought-provoking works and exhibitions. Here are just a few which can be found in the galleries at Minerva Works and mustn't be missed!