Sir Howard Elston, our Europe editor, answers all your questions over the EU referendum debate.
We answer all questions about two money-grubbing MPs.
Photographs and talk by Pogus Caesar on behalf of Friends of Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
Birmingham in black and white: last day of exhibition
Neal Martin Williams has a new photo exhibition opening in Birmingham, says our arts staff
Film maker and Photojournalist Pogus Caesar to showcase a unique exhibition entitled “Reggae Kinda Sweet” from 3rd July to August 31st in Birmingham
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.
Photographers from across the region have until 15 April to submit images to an open exhibition at The Public entitled, HomeMade.
Australian photographer Pete Delaney travelled with Richard Lutz and friends between Rangoon and Mandalay by bike. Here are some of his pictures
Three budding David Baileys have won a local photography competition for their stunning water-themed images of the city.
Brand new exhibition at Winterbourne House and Garden asks University of Birmingham researchers to capture detailed research projects in just one image
The consequences of the stark gap between rich and poor in society is explored in a provocative new photographic exhibition entitled ‘The A41 Project
The work of four Coventry School of Art and Design (CSAD) graduates has been selected for inclusion in a major new exhibition taking place this spring.
A new exhibition capturing rare images of the Yemeni community in the West Midlands is to go on display at mac birmingham next year.
As an art gallery owner, Lee Benson is well used to exhibiting the work of others. But now his own artwork has gone on display on the streets of Birmingham.
Marking the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, Ikon presents an exhibition by photojournalist Mosa’ab Elshamy.
The Public in West Bromwich are inviting photographers from across the region to be part of their forthcoming ‘Black Country – Legends!’ exhibition, by submitting images of their favourite local characters.
‘Make Do and Mend’ is an exhibition by award winning photojournalist Alison Baskerville. The exhibits will be on show at The Lake Side gallery, The Custard Factory, Digbeth, over Remembrance weekend.
A new exhibition of black and white photos shows Birmingham in a new light.
Midland rock musicians and the photographers who snap them are launching a unique exhibition celebrating the best of live music photography.
News of a photographic exhibition just opening
Today, The Public in West Bromwich received £8,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project, Places and Faces
A new music photography exhibition is taking place later this month featuring 12 photographers from all over the Midlands.
Sculpture, glasswork and photography by creative University of Wolverhampton students will be going on display as part of an annual exhibition.
The FLIP Festival is launching GIF the City, a new invigorating participatory project.
The Public in West Bromwich are inviting photographers from across the region to submit images to a special ‘light’ themed open exhibition
On Tuesday 25 September The Public in West Bromwich will be launching three new classes for adult learners wanting to discover more about the world of art and digital media
Local landmarks and classic cameras make for a great exhibition.
mac birmingham presents By the Rivers of Birminam – the first retrospective exhibition of one of the country’s most prolific black photographers, Vanley Burke.
Birmingham Central Library will be hosting a photographic exhibition – ‘Pagalympics 2012’ from today until 17th September – documenting a week long programme of workshops and sporting events at Paganel Primary School.