What it’s all about! Inspired by and contributing to the development of Susan Philipsz’s public artwork Station Clock, Twelve Tones is a year-long citywide initiative, engaging communities across Birmingham and Solihull to explore sound in relation to place and time, in a series of artist-led workshops and sharing events. The project will cultivate dialogue between the UK’s second city’s diverse communities – from young to old; across all genders; races and faiths; differing social backgrounds; professional and amateur

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Last year was a monumental one for the Birmingham Big Art Project. The public will not have heard much about this, since most of our work during 2018 has been behind the scenes.  My humble thanks go out to a really large army of volunteers who have given huge support in many different ways and helping to bring the dream ever closer towards reality.

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Birmingham Big Art Project announced the winning £2 million public artwork for Birmingham that is destined for Eastside Park, adjacent to the proposed HS2 terminal on Tuesday, April 18 2017. Arts organisations, professionals from across the city and key stakeholders were invited to the announcement of the winning artist, which was formally revealed by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham. This marks the beginning of the next phase of the project – the development and realisation of the

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