Everything to Everybody as the Bard collection goes global.
Fleeting Moments exhibition to go on display.
Ground-breaking exhibition to be extended into January.
Game collaboration helps Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery go global in lockdown.
Refugee and asylum seeker women create artwork globally showcased in digital experience.
Jessica Harris takes a look at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition.
Documenting post–1945 migration by those who settled in Birmingham.
Artist raising funds to remember a year of adversity.
Innovative display provides unique Van Gogh Alive.
Collaboration to mark hip-hop festival.
Former Cadbury College student joins Duchess of Cambridge as Hold Still judge.
Collaboration with Kenyan artists reflects how communities are dealing with pandemic.
Birmingham’s first Art House to open at Port Loop.
International writing competition for women and girls from diverse communities launched.
Birmingham gallery’s exhibition examines perceptions of masculinity, femininity and androgyny.
Eleven days of unique events discovering the city’s history.
Black Artists for Black History Exhibition aims to give support to BAME talent.
Online or in person, pay your tribute to war heroes.
Birmingham artist collaboration aims to celebrate key workers.
Blues icons Bessie Smith and Gladys Bentley mark Black Pride.
Call assessor featured in NHS anniversary pictures.
50 Treasures – Number 3.
The Birmingham arts scene is coming to you wherever you are. Jessica Harris with details.
People at home urged to take part in anniversary celebration.
2019-2020 Arts & Science Festival concludes with a season dedicated to hope.
Festival marks thirtieth birthday of community group.
Free art exhibition set to make waves at Moseley Road Baths.
Commemorate Battle of Britain 80 at the RAF Museum.
Art strategy takes centre stage at local hospital.
Display inspired by Glastonbury anniversary.