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A landscape graphic image on a light pink background. In the centre of the image, black text reads 'Art and Ecology,' in large black letters, forming an arch shape. Smaller black text, across the centre of the image reads 'recorded stories by Grand Union'. Small line drawings of various natural things, such as a radish, bugs, and butterflies are scattered around the image.

Art & Ecology Podcast

2022 – 2024
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A landscape image of a messy computer desk. The desk holds a pink mouse, keyboard, and xbox controller, alongside a notebook, a yellow pack of swan cigarette filters, and open medication. A computer monitor is partially visible, featuring an unclear dark image and a caption written in write text that reads ' Table? It's getting scrubbed.' Also on the desk is a small black speaker, a capybara toy, and a mug filled with pens that features an axyoltl.

July Digbeth First Friday: Late Night Opening of ‘Love is Real, and it’s Inside Of My Computer’

5 July 20245–8pm
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a landscape graphic of a garden design. At the centre of the image, against a cream background, there is a drawing of a variety of plants and flowers growing on different levels of the ground. Tree trunks stand in the centre of the image. The flowers and brightly coloured in yellows and pinks, and the bright green leaves stand out against the brown and cream.

Gardeners’ World Live 2024: ‘Common Ground’

National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham13–16 June 2024
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A portrait image of lots of printed ephemera stuck to a wall, evoking a teenager's bedroom. The poster's and stickers feature various anime characters and boybands.

Unmasking || Remapping: Mask-making workshop with Babeworld and ‘Deco’ keyring workshop with Bunny Bissoux

Plane Structure, Minerva Works7 June 20244–6pm
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a landscape image of a figure dressed in a black tasseled outfit, a brightly coloured harness around their chest and shoulders, a black leather beret, and a pink mask that covers the entirety of their face. The figure has their arms raised and the tassels of the outfit fly outwards, as if in the middle of dancing. The figure is surrounded by pastel toned fabrics in shades of pink, blue, green, and yellow, that hang from the ceiling.

Unmasking || Remapping: Masked Ball with utopian_realism and Naoibh McNamee

Plane Structure7 June 20246–10pm
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A landscape image of a person watering plants in a garden space. The person wears blue jeans and a blue shirt, and has their back to the camera. They hold a hosepipe over a slightly raised flower bed.

Podcast: ‘Now Here’ with May Robson

February 2024

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a landscape film still taken from Babeworld’s ‘Derby Day’. At the centre of the image, a small blow up man lies on the grey floor in a corridor through a doorway. The smiling face of the man is distorted by the shape of the inflatable, and his body clad in a white t-shirt and black trousers is cartoonish. The low position of the camera provides a clear view of the stacks of DVDs, clothes, figurines, and yellow lighter also lying on the floor in the room before the corridor. Behind the inflatable figure, through a second doorway, part of a cluttered living room is visible.

Unmasking || Remapping x Flatpack: ‘Derby Day’ – Babeworld Screening and Q&A with Anne Duffau

15 May 20246–7.30pm

Mockingbird Cinema
Plus late night gallery opening until 9pm.

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A landscape graphic image of dark blue lines and words on a pale, off-white background. The thick, dark blue lines suggest a simple, Labyrinth map.

Unmasking || Remapping: Emotional Mapping Workshop with Lee Mackenzie

8 May 202410.30am–12.30pm

Winterbourne House and Gardens

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a landscape image of a group of people on the canalside in the afternoon sunshine. Several people stand, having a conversation amongst themselves, whilst others sit on folding chairs. The sunlight bounces off the still water on the canal, the blue industrial buildings, and the green leaves of the trees across the water.]

May Digbeth First Friday 10 Yr Anniversary: Junction Works

3 May 20244–8pm

Junction Works

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A landscape image of a person lying on the floor, surrounded by, and covered in, white sheets of paper filled with simply drawn story boards. The image is a Birdseye view of the scene. The person has a dark bob haircut with a fringe, wears all black and large glasses. They have a vacant expression and stare straight ahead into the sky.

May Digbeth First Friday 10 Yr Anniversary: Babeworld x utopian_realism Opening

3 May 20244–8pm
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A square graphic featuring purple text and orange shapes on a plain white background. At the top of the graphic, simple, minimal font reads ‘Grand Union’ in a bright purple shade Below this, bright orange shapes are arranged to spell out the word ‘open’ in an abstracted way, the shapes have a plasticky, tape-like quality about them, and slightly overlap the simple font. Below the orange shapes, the same purple font used at the top of the graphic, spells out ‘studios’.

April Digbeth First Friday: Spring Open Studios

Grand Union5 April 20246–8pm
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A landscape image of a large snake and several scattered oranges on a set of concrete stairs. The snake slithers down the stairs, its length draped across several. Small green plants emerge from various places on the stairs, indicating a slight sense of disrepair.

Discussion and Q&A: ‘in the house of names’ by Sulaïman Majali

Grand Union6 March 20246–7.30pm
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A landscape, black-and-white image of a person holding a large white piece of paper with small black writing on it. the person wears a dark jumper, a chunky bead necklace, and dark framed glasses. they have shoulder length hair and a fringe.

Film Screening: ‘Citizen Jane: Battle for the City’

Grand Union1 March 20242–4.30pm; 6–8pm
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a landscape image of a dark gallery space with plain grey walls. Leaning against the wall are three upside down protest placards, piled against each other. The placard at the front of the pile, although upside down, reads, ‘We need more 3,4,5 bedroom social homes’, in black, handwritten, capital letters. To the right of the placards, a vintage style TV sits upon a plinth. A white, blue, and red animated scene is visible on the screen, but it is difficult to make out any details. Simple black folding chairs are placed between the wall and camera.

Screening and Discussion Event: ‘A Bedroom for Everyone’ by Ed Webb-Ingall

Birmingham School of Art, Margaret Street23 February 20241–4pm
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Ed Webb-IngallA Bedroom for Everyone

Grand Union 15 September – 9 December 2023
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October Digbeth First Friday: ‘Umbilical Stories, Navel Sensualities and Reproductive Desires’ by Niya B

The Bothy6 October 20236–7.30pm
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October Digbeth First Friday: ‘Listening to the Environment, from a Queer Perspective’ with The Hildegard Von Bingen Society

6 October 20234.30 - 5.45 pm
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Sistren Theatre Collective x Victoria Adukwei BulleySweet Sugar Rage

Online 21–27 August 2023
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Histories of Women's Place-making in BirminghamWomen in the Centre Walk and Exhibition

Grand Union August 202311.30am-3pm
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RESOLVE CollectiveAugust Digbeth First Friday Event

4 August 20237-11pm
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An image of a tile featuring navy blue text and various patterns against a white background – it is promoting an exhibition. At the top of the tile, a hand scrawled text reads 'There Has To Be Somewhere'. Underneath this text, patterns stretch across the image from left to right; the top is a navy blue loop-de-loop style pattern, the middle features three gold asterix stars and a pale pink chain-like pattern, and the final line consists of the same stars and upwards and right-turning arrows. Underneath these patterns are three artist's names written in the same scrawl as the top text, reading 'Emelia Kerr Beale', 'Rachael House' and 'Lucy Hutchinson'. Underneath this in a type-faced font reads 'Grand Union, 9–24 June 2023'.

There Has To Be Somewhere

9–24 June 2023
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June Digbeth First Friday: Open Studios & The Growing Project Sale

2 June 20236-8pm
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Writing Workshop with Cindy Sissokho

27 May 202310am-12pm
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Beverley BennettSimon Says/Dadda

Grand Union 8 April – 27 May 2023
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The Field Commission: Asad Raza – Reabsorption

4 March 2022 – 30 April 2023

Beverley BennettQ&A with Beverley Bennett and Simon Says/Dadda cast & crew

Online27 April 20236-7pm
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Growing Project – Spring Plant Swap

Minerva Apothecary Garden22 April 202310am–12pm
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April Digbeth First Friday: ‘Simon Says/Dadda’ Exhibition Launch

Grand Union 7 April 20236-8pm
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FIELD COMMISSION: Past, Present, & Future In-Conversation

8 March 20235.30-6.30pm
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Alberta Whittle We gather and dream of new congregations

Grand Union Gallery 2 September – 10 December 2022
Exhibitions

Thomas Abercromby and Invited GuestsSchool of Abolition

25–26 November 2022
Events

Book Launch: ‘Learning & Growing’ by Mrs Eunice McGhie-Belgrave

St. Philip's Cathedral23 November 20222pm - 4pm
Events

melissandre varinWho's gonna clean the mess in/of your garden?

Grand Union5 November 202212pm - 3pm
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Warwick Bar Walking Tours

25–18 October 20223pm - 4.30pm
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Ed Webb-Ingall Housing for All/A Bedroom for Everyone

Grand Union 29 September 20225pm - 7pm
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Alberta WhittleFilm Launch: Alberta Whittle ‘Congregation (creating dangerously)’

1 August 20225pm - 7pm
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Write me up: a workshop evidencing queerness through photography & poetry with De’Anne Crooks

10 July 202212pm – 4pm
Events

Film Screening: Sistren Theatre Collective Sweet Sugar Rage (1985)

1–9 July 2022
Exhibitions

Illustrating Your Own World: An Illustration Workshop with Ellis Miles Stewart

26 June 202212pm - 4pm
Events

Grand Union x UoB MA Art History & Curating StudentsThe Age of Dreamers is Over

3–25 June 2022
Exhibitions
Paper wrapped Veda loaf, with nutritional label

Laura WilsonTrained on Veda

2020 – 2022

Cooking SectionsThe Empire Remains Shop Franchise Agreement

2019 – 2022
Events

Dark Room: San Francisco Sex and Protest 1988-2003

4 March 20226.30 - 8.30pm
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Phyllis ChristopherHeads and Tails

Grand Union GallerySeptember 2021 – March 2022
Exhibitions

OPEN CALL: EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITYGrand Union x UoB MA Art History and Curating

Grand Union9 September – 18 October 2021

Ecology & Art Talks1: Community Gardening

Online30 September 20214pm - 5.30pm
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Breakfast OpeningPhyllis Christopher, Heads and Tails

30 September 20218.30 - 10.30
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On Tropism: Grand Union x University of Birmingham Art History & Curating

2021

Exhibition OpeningPhyllis Christopher, Heads and Tails

24 September 20216 - 8pm
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Tunings - performance by Benny Nemer

Stryx24 September 20215.30pm - 6.30pm
Events

A simultaneity of stories-so-far

May – July 2021
Exhibitions

Lucy ReynoldsA Feminist Chorus / A Tender Map: Outdoor Performance

Minerva Works Garden30 July 20216.30 - 7.00pm
Events

Guerrilla GirlsArt Night 2021: The Male Graze

Grand Union18 June – 18 July 2021

Online Premiere - The Growing Project Mini Documentary: Growing Inclusive Communities

Online16–17 July 20215pm
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Art Night 2021 Marathon

Online15 July 20218pm - 11pm
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Instituting with Care: Codes of Practice

Online9 July 20216pm - 7.30pm

Follow the link at the bottom of the page to book you place.

Events

Holly ArgentAlone & Together

Online29 June 202111am - 12.30pm
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Navi KaurChopping Club with Human Libraries

Online12 April 20215.30pm - 7pm
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Grand UnionLet's Talk - Virtual One-to-One Sessions

Online18–31 January 2021

Benny Nemerofsky RamsayÉtudes

23 September 2020 – 1 January 2021

CALL OUTForming a Resident’s Association: Research Group

23 September – 19 October 2020
A sign painted on the side of Junction Works building. In yellow and white it reads, In a hostile environment respectability will not save you.

Alberta WhittleNo Mudder Country Here

Junction Works2020

The Growing Project Online

24 March – 1 August 2020
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The Natural Home of Unruly Outsiders

November 2019 – July 2020
Events

Open Call: BCU Graduate Residency 2019

5 June 2019 – 14 July 2020

THINKING FUTURES

6 March – 29 May 2020
Events

How She Survived: a YouTube playlist by Jamie Crewe, with an introduction by Kim McAleese

16 April 2020

6–8pm

Events

Laura Onions Corresponding Notes

1 March – 13 April 2020

Sudanese Kitchen, Omer Eltigani

1–31 March 2020
Events

American Export

6 December 2019 – 31 March 2020
Events

CineQ x GU: Tongues Untied with Curated Dining Experience

28 March 2020

6 - 8pm

Events

American Export: Hetain Patel / Emma Smith

15 February – 28 March 2020
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American Export: A Tall Tale by Tito & Tita

18–25 March 2020
Events
A sign painted on the side of Junction Works building. In yellow and white it reads, In a hostile environment respectability will not save you.

WE: I and I–a workshop with Alberta Whittle

21 March 2020
Events

Love & Solidarity: Queer Conditions Reading Group

12 March 2020

6-8pm

Events

Love & Solidarity: Exhibition Tour with Kim McAleese and John Heffernan

6 March 2020

6-7pm

Events
Christmas Pudding Loose Leaf Image Credit: Cooking Sections 2013

Cooking SectionsThe Empire Remains Christmas Pudding

Junction Works18 October – 25 December 2019
Exhibitions

Light Works

8 September – 25 December 2019
Events

Digbeth First Friday: Modern Clay Winter Fair and The Growing Project Sale at Modern Clay

6 December 2019
Events

A School for Tourists: Online with Emma Smith

26 November 2019

6–8pm

Events

Stir Up Sunday

24 November 2019
Events

Mystical Poetry & Love: Nisha Ramayya and Sarah Shin in conversation

15 November 2019

6.30–8pm

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A group of people sit reading in the centre of a gallery space.

That’s When Good Neighbours Become Good Friends: Helen Nisbet

9 November 2019

1–5pm

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And What It Became Is Not What It Is Now, – Public Programme

7 September – 9 November 2019
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And what it became is not what it is now,

Gallery6 September – 9 November 2019
Exhibitions

Queering The Sector: Meaningful Care, Meaningful Change

8 November 2019

10-5pm
Birmingham Hippodrome
Hurst Street, Southside, B5 4TB

Events

Digbeth First Friday: Screening of Dyfodiaith + Q&A with Paul Eastwood

1 November 2019

6–7pm

Events
Christmas Pudding Loose Leaf Image Credit: Cooking Sections 2013

The Empire Remains Christmas Pudding + Light Works discussion with Cooking Sections, Kim McAleese & Jo Capper

18 October 2019

6–8pm
Grand Union Gallery Space (158 Fazeley Street) 

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Memory as a contestatory force, a talk with Dr Lorraine Ryan

17 October 2019

6pm

Events

The Forest Does Not Own Me Anymore, Forager Collective, Cooking Sections

8 September – 17 October 2019
Events

We are both invisible – Language between the self and other, with Sophie J Williamson

12 October 2019

3–5pm

Events

Creative Translation Workshop with Jen Calleja

28 September 2019

1–4pm

Events

Birmingham Heritage Week: Junction Works & Banana Warehouse Hard Hat Tours

15 September 2019

11am-12pm

Events

Screening of Snuff 1976 + Q&A with Joaquin Aras at the Electric Cinema

11 September 2019

6 – 9pm

Events

Digbeth First Friday: And what it became is not what it is now, Evening Opening & Publication Launch

6 September 2019

6 – 9pm

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Digbeth First Friday: 55 Gallon BBQ (Blue Curry)

2 August 2019

6–8pm

Events

Summer Studio Sale

2 August 2019

6 - 8pm

Events

55 Gallon, Blue Curry

2 August 2019
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Joyce Treasure: Hymns

6 June – 7 July 2019
Events

Digbeth First Friday: Hard Hat Tour

5 July 2019

5–5.30pm and 6–6.30pm

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Cooking Sections: The Empire Remains Shop – Birmingham launch

14 June 2019

7–10pm

Events

Digbeth First Friday: Artist Roundtable – Residencies

7 June 2019

5–7pm

Events

Open Call: Simon Says/Dadda by Beverley Bennett

18 April – 6 June 2019
Events
A wide exhibition view in which a variety of sculptures and structures can be seen.

Betsy Bradley, Gareth Proskourine-Barnett and Rafal ZajkoOn the Subject of Precarity

Gallery3–18 May 2019
Exhibitions

Ways of Learning at BALTIC 39

16 February – 12 May 2019
Events

Besse: Part 3, Rye

10 May 2019
Events

Ways of Learning at BALTIC 39: (I get) So Emotional, programmed with Seán Elder

26 April 2019

12–4.15pm

Events
Wide exhibition view three vitrines filled with water are scattered across the floor, two "s" shaped steel sculptures rise from the floor.

Lauren Gault: closing tour and discussion

13 April 2019

1–3pm

Events

Laura OnionsCorresponding Notes

Gallery1 March – 13 April 2019
Exhibitions

Lauren Gaultdrye eyes

Gallery1 February – 13 April 2019
Exhibitions

Besse: Part 2, Hops

12 April 2019
Events
Wide exhibition view three vitrines filled with water are scattered across the floor, two "s" shaped steel sculptures rise from the floor.

Digbeth First Friday: Late opening of drye eyes by Lauren Gault

5 April 2019

6–8pm

Events

Ways of Learning at BALTIC 39: TO CARE FROM THE PLACE YOU’RE FROM, programmed with Teresa Cisneros & Andrea Francke

30 March 2019

1 - 5pm

Events

Besse: Part 1, Water

8 March 2019
Events

Infinite Opera Performance for drye eyes

1 March 2019
Events

Ways of Learning at BALTIC 39: Structures that Cooperate programmed by Louise Shelley

17 February 2019

10.30am–12pm Public Session
1–4pm: Public Session with lunch

Events

Grand Union Annual Christmas Party

7–8 December 2018

7pm – late

Events
Burning House Books logo

Burning House Books at Grand Union

November – December 2018

Ways of Learning, programmed with Lucy Lopez

7 September – 1 December 2018
Exhibitions
Reception at Bruntwood Cornerblock Building

Joanne Masding: Bruntwood Cornerblock Commission Launch

29 November 2018

5.30 - 8.30pm

Events

Juliet Jacques & Huw Lemmey in conversation (live podcast)

23 November 2018

10am–midday

Events

Cooking Sections: The Empire Remains Shop book launch

17 November 2018

6–8pm

Events

Grey, Green, Gold (and Red), a performance by Uriel Orlow

8 November 2018

6–8pm

Events

In The Pink (Sean Burns) : Launch Party – SHOUT 18

2 November 2018

6pm–late

Events
Burning House Books logo

Queer Conditions Reading Group

1 November 2018

6–8pm

Events

Birmingham Alternative Food Networks

23 October 2018

6.30 - 8.30pm

Events

Digbeth Calm & Balm: Herbalm & Tea Making Workshop

13 October 2018

11am - 3pm

Events

Cooking Sections in residence – Coffee at Grand Union

11 October 2018

2–3pm

Events

BROTH: Soup Exchange

5 October 2018

6-8pm

Events

Queering Culture, Fermenting Trouble by Kirsty Clarke

2 October 2018

6.30 - 8.30pm

Events

Yu-Chen Wang: Unlocking Canal History

16 September 2018

1pm to 6pm

Events

GU Women at Modern Clay

3–4 August 2018

Friday 3rd, 6-8pm
Saturday 4th, 12-5pm

Events

Rami George and Tako TaalInherited Premises

Gallery25 May – 3 August 2018
Exhibitions

Yu-Chen WangJunction Works Residency

Junction Works21 May – 29 June 2018
Exhibitions
A drawing in blue lines of an island with a volcano, castle and towns.

Three Models for Change

9–16 June 2018

Stryx, 13 Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, Birmingham, B5 5RT

Events

Performance: Rainbow Flag / Trojan Horse by Ian Giles

9 June 2018

5-6pm

Events

Creating A Limited Edition Print Portfolio: Bharti Parmar Artist Talk

9 May 2018

3–4.30pm

Events

Melanie JacksonDeeper in the Pyramid

Gallery2 February – 21 April 2018
Exhibitions

unRequired Reading: Melanie Jackson

14 April 2018

1–4pm

Events

Platonic Solids* Family Workshop

7 April 2018

1–3pm

Events

“Sweet Dreams Are Made Of Cheese”

6 April 2018

6-8pm

Events

Melanie Jackson artist’s talk

15 March 2018

6.30–8pm

Events

Curatorial Curriculum 2017 online publication

Online2018
Exhibitions
View of a wall hung with bright yellow tissue paper.

Susie GreenPleasure is a Weapon

1 September – 18 November 2017
Exhibitions

Simon Bayliss and Susie GreenFierce Festival: Splash Addict performance

Fierce Festival Hub (Quantum, 30-34 River Street, Birmingham, B5 5SA)18 October 2017

7–7.30pm

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A landscape image of a large group of people, many with wide smiles and some kneeling on the ground, posing for the camera. Behind the group is a bright yellow wall.

Workshop: Curating as Activism, led by Morgan Quaintance

13–14 October 2017
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Close up view of a wall hung with bright yellow tissue paper.

Digbeth First Friday: Late opening

6 October 2017

6–8pm

Events

Film screening: Mano Destra

5 October 2017

6–8pm

Events

Pleasure is a Weapon: Gallery tour with Susie Green

21 September 2017

6–7.30pm

Events

Pleasure is a Weapon: The Brilliant State performance

1 September 2017

9pm

Events

Curating as a form of resilience, led by Övül Ö. Durmusoglu

21–22 July 2017
Events

Seecum CheungThe Dutch Window

Gallery5 May – 22 July 2017
Exhibitions

Friday Lunchtime Discussions – The Dutch Window

19 May – 7 July 2017

1–2.30pm

Events

Roundtable Discussion with Seecum Cheung & Morgan Quaintance

30 June 2017

1 - 2.30pm
Free lunch provided

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Vox Pop Map Workshop, led by Keith Dodds

29 June 2017

6 - 8pm

Events

Room With A View: General Election Party & Live Discussion

2 June 2017

18:00–21:00

Events

Curating as Publishing led by Tom Clark

26–27 May 2017
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Curating Performance, led by Susan Gibb

28–29 April 2017
Events

Digbeth First Friday: Artist Super Market

7–9 April 2017
Events

Alex Cecchetti, Liz Magic Laser, Hanne Lippard, Jesper List Thomsen and Hagar TenenbaumHand and Mind

Gallery3 February – 1 April 2017
Exhibitions

Liz Magic Laser Political Therapy Workshop 3

30 March 2017

6–7.30pm

Events

Jesper List Thomsen, Hanne Lippard, Bodies Saying Words

16 March 2017

6.30pm

Events

Liz Magic Laser, Political Therapy Workshop 2

11 March 2017

10.30am – 12pm

Events

Digbeth First Friday: Hand Me A Drink

3 March 2017

6 - 8PM

Events

Liz Magic Laser, Political Therapy Workshop 1

18 February 2017

10.30am-12.30pm

Events

Hand and Mind: opening night performances

3 February 2017

6.30pm, 7.30pm, 8.15pm

Events

Unite Against Dividers: communal lunch at Grand Union

15 January 2017

12–2pm

Events

End of Year party: Artists Behind Bars with Fierce

2 December 2016
Events

Queerzone3000In residence at Grand Union

Gallery15–18 November 2016
Exhibitions

Mathew Parkinslope-tend-big

Gallery11–18 November 2016
Exhibitions

Will You Dance With Me?

18 November 2016
Events

Queer film screenings

17 November 2016
Events

Mathew Parkin in conversation with Kim McAleese

12 November 2016
Events

Going Hard: Digbeth First Friday Film Screenings

4 November 2016
Events

Mitra SabouryPulling Walls

Gallery2 September – 4 November 2016
Exhibitions

Art Bus

28 October 2016
Events

Mitra Saboury, Pulling Walls Curator’s Tour

8 October 2016
Events

Mitra Saboury, Family Workshop

11 September 2016
Events

Laura Oldfield Ford, Closing event: Walk

5 August 2016
Events

Laura Oldfield FordChthonic Reverb

Gallery17 June – 5 August 2016
Exhibitions

Warwick Bar Summer Fete & Crisis Arts Festival

23 July 2016
Events

Laura Oldfield Ford in conversation

7 July 2016
Events

Prem Sahib presents ‘Bijou’

3 June 2016
Events
A large sculpture suspended from the ceiling.

Prem SahibGrand Union

Gallery22 April – 3 June 2016
Exhibitions

Prem Sahib in conversation with Kim McAleese

19 May 2016
Events

This is Now : Film and Video After Punk

6 May 2016
Events

Eric Moschopedis and Mia RushtonIn Residence

Studios8 February – 26 March 2016
Exhibitions

Precarity Centre, Bread and Stew Meeting

23 March 2016
Events

They Are HerePrecarity Centre

Gallery5 February – 23 March 2016
Exhibitions

The Edge of Experience, the Edge of Society | Discussion hosted by Dr Khaldoon Ahmed

12 March 2016
Events

Work In Progress II

4–24 January 2016
Events

Grand Union Studios Record/Print/Book Sale

4 December 2015
Events

Cristobal Gracia and Katharina LudwigIn Residence

Studios1–28 November 2015
Exhibitions

Yoshua Okón and Cristóbal Gracia in conversation

10 November 2015
Events

Nømad Tapas and Cocktails at Grand Union

6 November 2015
Events
Two ceramic sculptures sit on stools.

Emma Hartbig MOUTH

Gallery5 September – 31 October 2015

Opening Friday 4 September 2015, 6–8pm

Exhibitions

Emma Hart in Conversation

28 October 2015
Events

Emma Hart film screenings at Fierce

10–11 October 2015
Events

big MOUTH, Digbeth First Friday

2 October 2015
Events

Andrew LaconIn Mexico City

SOMA1–30 September 2015
Exhibitions

Alice Theobald and ‘The Bear Pit’

20 July – 8 August 2015
Screen printed canvases hung in space.

Fay NicolsonOVER AND OVER PURE FORM

Gallery26 June – 8 August 2015
Exhibitions

Mitra SabouryIn Residence

Studios20 July – 3 August 2015
Exhibitions

Aideen DoranIm Bau

Gallery18 April – 14 June 2015
Exhibitions

Aideen Doran and Laura Oldfield Ford, Artists’ talk

4 June 2015
Events

Laura Oldfield FordIn Residence

13 April – 22 May 2015
Exhibitions

Mat JennerDreams Time Free

21 February – 3 April 2015

Opening Friday 20 February, 6–8pm

Exhibitions

Phil Hession

1 February – 3 March 2015
Exhibitions

Marcia FarquharLarger than Life

Gallery6 September – 7 November 2014
Exhibitions

Anna SchimkatArtist in residence at LPAP and Grand Union

1 September – 31 October 2014
Exhibitions

Marcia FarquharIn Residence at Grand Union

10–11 October 2014
Exhibitions

Grand Union at The Manchester Contemporary

26–28 September 2014
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Holly AntrumA Diffuse Citizen

7 June – 26 July 2014
Exhibitions

The Panj Piare ASSEMBLE

16 May 2014
Exhibitions

Maia ConranHere is the Yard

29 March – 10 May 2014
Exhibitions

New Art West Midlands 2014

14 February – 15 March 2014
Exhibitions

AND PublishingThe Piracy Project

Gallery6 December 2013 – 8 February 2014

Opening event 5–7pm Friday 6 December

Exhibitions

Ruth BealeLindgren & Langlois: The Archive Paradox

Gallery7–30 November 2013

Performance Thursday 28 November 7–8pm

Exhibitions

And The Heavens CriedBob Parks

Gallery6 September – 27 October 2013

Opened Friday 6 September 6pm, with a special gig by Bob Parks and The Recreationals at 8pm

Exhibitions

Magic Eye

Gallery13 July – 10 August 2013

Goodiepal, Luke McCreadie, Plastique Fantastique, Alexander Stevenson, Jennet Thomas

Exhibitions

A Small Hiccup

25 May – 5 July 2013
Exhibitions

Kjersti G. Andvig & Lars Laumann999321

Gallery29 March – 4 May 2013
Exhibitions

Simon FaithfullWindow

Gallery21 October 2011 – 1 May 2013
Exhibitions

New Art West Midlands

Gallery15 February – 16 March 2013
Exhibitions

Blue FirthHatton

The Canal & River Trust, Hatton8 November – 20 December 2012
Exhibitions

Hashfail

14 December 2012

7pm

Events

Birmingham The Magic City

City States, Liverpool Biennial15 September – 25 November 2012
Exhibitions

Necrospective

Gallery22 September – 27 October 2012
Exhibitions

Bring Out Your Dead

Gallery19 October 2012

7–8.30pm

Exhibitions

Film Club: OUTPOST Open Film 2012

3 September 2012

6.30–8pm

Events

One Applination under a Groove

31 August – 1 September 2012

8pm–8am

Events

The Possibility of an Island

Gallery14 July – 18 August 2012
Exhibitions

The Reading Room

Gallery19 May – 23 June 2012
Exhibitions

Reynir HutberStay Behind the Line

Gallery17 March – 22 April 2012
Exhibitions

Torsten LauschmannBefore the Revolution

Gallery20 January – 3 March 2012
Exhibitions

Virtual Space/Digital Trace

8 December 2011

7–9pm

Events

Site/Non-site OR How many quarters does Birmingham have?

3 December 2011
Events

Pavilion: Screening 23/11/11

23–26 November 2011
Events

Echoes (disambiguation)

18 November 2011
Events

Which of them went before, and which followed after, and which were together?

Gallery21–30 October 2011
Exhibitions

Bring Out Your Dead

30 September 2011

7pm–late

Events

Amen Brother

Gallery28 May – 30 July 2011
Exhibitions

Search Engine

Gallery21 March – 30 April 2011
Exhibitions

Jamie ShovlinHiker Meat

Gallery25 September – 13 November 2010

Opening night 24 September with a live performance by Lustfaust

Exhibitions

Meanwhile in Manchester

12–20 June 2010
Exhibitions

Video Progetto

Gallery and 26cc9–16 May 2010
Exhibitions

Gongoozler

Gallery27 March – 1 May 2010
Exhibitions

The Event 2009: Artists’ Book Fair

4–8 October 2009
Events