The Fused Magazine Special – get involved.


We’re very excited about the release of an all new ‘special’ edition of our sister publication Fused Magazine in tangible loveliness. It has been a while since our last printed edition of Fused and while we’ve been busy producing our little Area Culture Guides we have missed our faithful friend and think now is the perfect time to say a big HELLO. Continue reading

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Once upon a time in the Midlands launches today @SixEightKafe

Once upon a time in the Midlands‘ is an exhibition of illustration inspired by fairy tales featuring artists and illustrators all with connections to the midlands.

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Things to do this Weekend – EASTER EVENTS

Here’s a little run down of just a small handful of Easter events to keep you busy of the weekend. HAPPY EASTER x Continue reading

@thenowweare This Weekend (7-8 April) @_the_public


The NOW WE ARE WEEKENDER is the latest event in the UK to celebrate all that is brilliant in indie-pop n’ roll thrills, spills and bellyaches! Organised by those people at Funny Looking Cat (who’ve had past fingers in such pies as Indietracks and The Little Hellfire Club) this debut mini-festival will be a fast-paced musical mash-up for all the family. Continue reading

TRMNL Presents… Lab 11 in Digbeth

The past three years without a TRMNL venue has seen a noticeable absence of the underground sound in Birmingham. Now the team behind the former Birmingham club have re-launched at a new spot in Digbeth to bring techno back to the West Midlands masses. Continue reading

Style Africa @BM_AG until 2nd September, 2012

The Style Africa exhibition will explore the rich textile designs of Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, painting a beautiful picture of West African fashion. African clothing is renowned worldwide for its colourful fabrics and unique designs.  In African fashion trends may change, but the use of traditional materials always remains. Continue reading

@48SHEET_ 2–22 April

Birmingham based art organisation, EC-Arts, is back with its latest project aimed at challenging the perceptions of built up spaces by turning the everyday into the extraordinary. 48Sheet will seek to redefine the notion of advertising throughout Birmingham’s bustling landscape, by turning its plethora of billboards into urban canvas’s, allowing numerous world renown artists to challenge the theme of ‘cultural curiosity.’ Continue reading