BCMG returns to ticketed indoor performances in Birmingham.
City gallery marks landmark anniversary with new exhibitions.
Alan Clawley on an upcoming literary event.
Funds raised will begin gallery’s anniversary endowment fund.
Converted narrow boat will tours the region’s canals.
£130,000 invested in arts & cultural opportunities for young people.
Family attractions for holidays.
Project to link young people with Black Country arts, heritage and cultural organisations.
Ikon gallery continues to mark their anniversary with a look back at a decade of style and subversion.
Ikon awarded £210,000 to take art into the Black Country – by boat.
Creative career opportunities will follow grant awards.
Images offer insight into post-Saddam Iraq.
New Art West Midlands promotes new talent.
The Ikon Gallery in Birmingham has unveiled its Learning and Events diary for October and November.
A city centre gallery has announced two major exhibitions for late 2013.
The ‘real’ Brummie family have been unveiled.
This summer, Ikon is calling for people called Navin to join Navinland, a global community of people sharing the same name.
Ikon Gallery Director Jonathan Watkins is preparing to open his most challenging exhibition to date – the official Iraqi Pavilion at the world renowned Venice Biennale.
An artwork made in the crystal-works of renowned French company Hermès is to be unveiled at Ikon Gallery on 1 May 2013.
This year sees the tenth anniversary of Birmingham’s free Galleries Night and Art Bus.
A group of Birmingham residents are to take part in an extraordinary exhibition at Ikon Gallery later this month.
Ikon Gallery hosts a number of events next month to mark the 15th anniversary of its move to the former Oozells Street School in Brindleyplace
Ikon Gallery has been awarded £457,387 by Arts Council England to replace, repair and modernise parts of its Grade II-listed building.
Marking the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, Ikon presents an exhibition by photojournalist Mosa’ab Elshamy.
Exhibition opening Wednesday 21 November, 6–8pm – FREE Join us for a glass of wine to celebrate the opening of our new exhibition of photography, New Street by Beat Streuli Afternoon Tea Thursday 29 November, 2.30–4.30pm – FREE* Contemporary art – is it your cup of tea? Join us for an exhibition tour, followed…
Autumn Almanac, Ikon’s annual weekend festival of music, returns this November with an exhibition and sequence of events exploring the treasures of the human voice.
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts has teamed up with fellow Birmingham gallery Ikon and the National Trust to celebrate the art of walking with a day of walks, talks and feasting.
Ikon Gallery Director Jonathan Watkins is to co-curate the Fourth Guangzhou Triennial alongside Jiang Jiehong, Director of the Centre for Chinese Visual Arts at Birmingham City University.
A mini-forest made of real trees and soil planted onto a converted canal hopper is due to travel the canals of Birmingham and the Black Country.
Ikon presents And Europe Will Be Stunned (2007-2011), the film trilogy by Israeli artist Yael Bartana.