About The Birmingham Big Art Project
Eastside Projects are the commissioning agents, responsible for curating the process and artwork.
The objective of the Project is to commission and install an iconic public art that is high quality, innovative, permanent and low in maintenance for Birmingham that will gain international recognition and put the city on the world’s cultural map. With community engagement, in line with culture and wellbeing, this iconic artwork hopes to become an important heritage for future generations of Birmingham. The anticipated cost for the project is £2 million. The overall goal of this project is to encourage citizenship and civic pride amongst the city’s diverse communities through public art.
The new work will be completed in line with the development of HS2.
Our Location / Site
The site for Susan Philipsz' Station Clock is HS2's new Curzon Street Station, which will be a major destination and arrival point in the city.
Thoughts on The BBAP
You can now financially support the work of the Birmingham Big Art Foundation for as little as £5 by making a single donation, get involved in supporting by volunteering or find out more about our corporate sponsorship. Click the appropriate link below to find out more, or get started!
Voluteer/Get InvolvedWe're always looking for supportJoin The BBAP
- Support the team
- Network and get involved
- Be an integral part
DONATEFrom as little as £5Donate to The BBAP
- Support Birmingham
- Take a part in it’s development
- Every little helps
Corporate SponsorshipMake moves in BirminghamSupport The BBAP
- Get your business name out there
- Make your mark on Birmingham
- Support the arts and creativity