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  • Marvellous Machines: The Wonderful World of Rowland Emett open Saturday

    Marvellous Machines: The Wonderful World of Rowland Emett open Saturday

    9th May 2014

    This summer, curious minds of all ages are invited to step inside the whimsical and wonderful world of machines and cartoons by eccentric English inventor Rowland Emett, as Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery hosts the largest ever display of his extraordinary creations.

  • Symmetry in Sculpture

    Symmetry in Sculpture

    16th April 2014

    An exhibition of work by one of the UK’s most exciting British Pakistani artists opens at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 24 May 2014.

  • Free Exhibition of New Middle Eastern Photography opens at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

    Free Exhibition of New Middle Eastern Photography opens at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

    8th April 2014

    An exhibition of incredible contemporary photographs by internationally-acclaimed artists from the Middle East opens at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 7 June 2014. True to Life?- ‘New Photography from the Middle East’ encourages visitors to question the authenticity of what appears to be represented in photography, and explores what is real, staged or imaginary.

  • Easter at Birmingham’s Heritage Sites

    Easter at Birmingham’s Heritage Sites

    7th April 2014

    On Saturday 12 April 2014, Birmingham Museum’s heritage sites will reopen once more, giving visitors of all ages the chance to explore and discover more about the region’s incredible cultural history. There are new exhibitions and activities for everyone to enjoy across all of the venues, which include Aston Hall, Blakesley Hall, Sarehole Mill and Soho House

  • Birmingham Museums Receives Civic Society Renaissance Award

    Birmingham Museums Receives Civic Society Renaissance Award

    4th April 2014

    Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery and Birmingham Civic Society are delighted to announce that the new History galleries within the museum have been recognised as the city's most successful heritage project in 2013

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