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Aston Hall, Blakesley Hall and Soho House provide a choice of spectacular and elegant locations for your dream wedding.
25th January 2013
One of the most famous and popular paintings at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Ford Madox Brown’s The Last of England, is back on display in Birmingham after a triumphant showing at Tate Britain.
16th January 2013
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery presents Metropolis: Reflections on the modern city, a major showcase of international contemporary artwork jointly collected by BMAG and the New Art Gallery, Walsall and developed in partnership with Ikon Gallery, as part of the £1 million Art Fund International Prize. Now shown together for the first time, these works represent an ambitious and nationally-significant new collection for Birmingham and the West Midlands.
16th January 2013
The work of more than 20 recent visual arts graduates from the West Midlands’ five university ‘art schools’ has been selected for a multi-sited exhibition in Birmingham next month, designed to showcase high quality, innovative work by the best new talent in the region.
14th January 2013
Birmingham Museums Trust has been successful in raising the funding to acquire an original writing table commissioned by Matthew Boulton for his daughter Anne (1768-1829) which was formerly part of the furnishings at Soho House in Handsworth.
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.
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