Birmingham Big Art Project would like to thank Andy Street and Patrick Burns for their support for the project and for leading such an exciting discussion at our In Conversation with Andy Street event. The event took place on Thursday, October 26 at Hotel Du Vin in Birmingham. The funds will help fund the curation and installation of Station Clock by Turner Prize-winning Susan

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Art & The Public Sphere

    When: Wednesday, 22 November 2017, 1pm - 5.30pm Where: Curzon Building lecture theatre, Birmingham City University Price: £5/4 concessions (free to Eastisde Projects members)   Birmingham Big Art Project is delighted to be working with Eastside Projects to host a symposium that will bring thinkers and practitioners together to discuss Public Art Thinking and what it is today. The event will be made up of a series of conversations, inviting contributors from artistic disciplines to

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We would like to extend a Big Art Project thank you to William Wong and the team at Chung Ying Garden for raising an outstanding £3,700 for the Project at the annual Moon Feastival fundraiser. The event, which took place on Thursday 28 September, invited guests to celebrate Chinese culture, taste traditional cuisine and enjoy live music from local talent, Rhino and the Ranters. The funds will help fund the curation and installation of Station Clock

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In Conversation with Andy Street - click here to buy tickets Birmingham Big Art Project is delighted to present In Conversation With Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands, on Thursday, October 26 at Hotel Du Vin, Church Street, Birmingham. On 4 May 2017, Andy Street was elected to serve an initial three-year term as Mayor, working with council leaders and the chairs of the Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) to deliver the West Midlands’ devolution

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This September, the annual Moon Feastival will return to the city in aid of Birmingham Big Art Project – the most ambitious public art commission in Birmingham’s history. The Moon Feastival, organised by Chung Ying Restaurant Group, returns for the fourth year and aims to be bigger and better than ever before for 2017. The Moon Feastival will return to the city on Thursday 28 September and will invite guests to celebrate Chinese culture, taste

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Birmingham Big Art Project is looking for a volunteer events coordinator. As a charity, Birmingham Big Art Foundation relies heavily on volunteers to help raise important funds for the Project. As events coordinator, you will be responsible for leading a team of volunteers with the overall objective of raising money for the Project. You’ll have an interest in the arts, an eye for detail and time to dedicate to this important Project. Other duties include,

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Join us and raise money for the Birmingham Big Art Project on Thursday 22nd September with a fantastic night of food, drink and live entertainment. Visit all three Chung Ying restaurants and celebrate the Moon Festival with us! At each restaurant you will eat delicious Cantonese cuisine and enjoy a drink (red or white wine or a beer). There is also an opportunity to taste a variety of oriental wines. All topped off with live music

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BIRMINGHAM BIG ART PROJECTBig Art Talks Keith Wilson, Roger Hiorns, Susan Philipsz, Heather & Ivan Morison, Brian Griffiths12 October 2016 – 11 January 2017, 6 – 7.30pm  Birmingham City University, The Parkside BuildingLecture Theatre, 5 Cardigan Street, Birmingham, B4 7BD Free, booking essential Birmingham Big Art Foundation in partnership with Birmingham City University invite you to a series of keynote lectures by the five shortlisted artists in the lead up to the selection of the winning

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A Masquerade Ball was held at the Hyatt Regency hotel to raise funds for the Big Art Project. Now that the five shortlisted artists and their ideas are on display at Millennium Point, the Steering Group and its trustees and supporters came together for a night of carnival fun. Raising over £3000 in the process to go towards the build of the final design. Pics: Jas

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Some 100 supporters of The Birmingham Big Art Project attended a private viewing of the 5 short-listed artists’ maquettes (models), the event being sponsored by Millenium Point. This event preceded the Lord Mayor launching the exhibition for public consultation on Saturday, 4th June in Millenium Point. Jas the

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