Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
Sikh Fortress Turban, A British Museum Tour, opens at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 26 January - 28 April 2013
3rd January 2013
A magnificent ‘fortress turban’ is to go on display at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in the New Year, giving visitors a rare chance to explore the story of the Sikh Turban; , a distinctive symbol of Sikh faith and history. The fortress turban is on loan from the British Museum following a successful exhibition at the Museum in 2011.
26th November 2012
From a 16th-century enamel to Pre-Raphaelite favourites, the Nativity Art Trail at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery offers the chance to view the Christmas Story through 500 years of art.
Revealed: Government Art Collection opens at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 17 November 2012 – 24 February 2013
16th November 2012
A fascinating exhibition, which brings together a diverse selection of nearly 200 works of art from the Government Art Collection, opens at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery’s Gas Hall on Saturday, 17 November 2012
A Reality TV Star, Beauty Queen, Celebrity Chef, Painted Man and War Veteran - The People Bringing Tales of Birmingham to Life at New Exhibition
11th October 2012
To celebrate the launch of its new exhibition, ‘Birmingham: its people, its history’, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery is set to come alive, as it opens the city’s first living exhibit – The Birmingham Exhibitionists.
8th October 2012
Harborne-based charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands will be joining forces and Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery to host an arts and history exhibition at the Museum’s Community Gallery from the 13th October 2012 to the 1st January 2013. Titled ‘Empowered’, the exhibition will display artwork produced by artists from the charity and show the history of Cerebral Palsy Midlands, one of Birmingham’s oldest charitable organisations.
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