Wildlife Photographer of the Year has arrived in Birmingham and is open from Saturday 17 October 2020 to Sunday 7 February 2021 at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery (BMAG), with the chance to see the newly crowned winning competition image.
• Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery opens to the public after nearly seven months • Cold War Steve’s major Birmingham collage – Benny’s Babbies – can now be seen • See a portrait of Malala Yousafzai by Shirin Neshat which has never been on public display before • Timed tickets must be pre-booked at www.
Birmingham Museums Trust, one of the UK’s largest independent museum trusts, has appointed Sara Wajid and Zak Mensah as joint CEOs.
• Visitors will be welcomed back to Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery from Wednesday 7 October after a significant closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Birmingham Heritage Week is returning for 2020 to celebrate the city and its fascinating history, people and places once again.
The winners of an art competition, launched by Birmingham Museums Trust online during lockdown, have been revealed, with the winning artists sharing the positive impact taking part had on their well-being during this turbulent time.
Some of Birmingham’s most fascinating historic venues are opening their sites for a series of special events that will delight families, food fans and culture lovers throughout the rest of 2020.
It is with regret that Birmingham Museums Trust has entered a period of redundancy consultations as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.