Birmingham Museums Trust is joining hundreds of organisations to recognise the vital role that volunteers play, as part of a united response for Volunteers’ Week 2020.
This July why not take on our 5K challenge, Run of the Mill? Get active, explore the area around Sarehole Mill, and raise funds for Birmingham Museums Trust during this challenging time.
Ellen McAdam will be stepping down as Director of Birmingham Museums Trust from early June after almost seven years in the post.
As we spend more time at home and exploring our local areas, Birmingham Museums is launching a new nature challenge to encourage families, young people and adults to become environmental explorers with the Big Brum BioBlitz.
Satirical collage artist Cold War Steve, Christopher Spencer, has revealed two new collages online which feature characters from notable Pre-Raphaelite works in Birmingham’s museum collection.
Birmingham Museums is launching a new collecting project to capture the stories and experiences of Birmingham people who are living through this historic moment during the coronavirus pandemic, so future generations can hear how the country came together to save lives.
A new experimental film called Excerpt has been revealed online by Mixed Milk, a Birmingham artist called Martin McNally, as part of Birmingham Museums’ Cut, Copy, Remix project.
Birmingham Museums Trust’s largest ever touring exhibition, Victorian Radicals, which has been showcasing some of the finest Pre-Raphaelite works in the city’s collection to audiences across the US, has been recognised at the Global Fine Art Awards 2019 this week.
• Get delicious recipe boxes inspired by the Sarehole Mill Bakehouse and the Edwardian Tearooms delivered to your door.
Fresh air and exercise once a day has become an important part of the lockdown routine for many of us.