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.
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery (BMAG) is part of a new six-part audio series, The Caretakers, which is offering the public a rare glimpse into life for UK museum and gallery security staff and those maintaining buildings and collections during lockdown.
The new online lecture series by Birmingham Museums sees in-house experts introducing the city’s amazing collection direct to you in your home.
Sarehole Mill is ready to welcome diners again as tables can be booked to enjoy freshly baked pizza in the courtyard from today (Wednesday 15 July).
Unfortunately, we have been unsuccessful in our application to the Arts Council England (ACE) Emergency Response Fund.
In response to the announcement today by the Government, Birmingham Museums Trust sites are to remain closed for the immediate future.
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.
Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum, along with over 40 members of the UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres (ASDC), has today joined the Science Centres For Our Future campaign, which is calling on the government to set up an Emergency Resilience Fund to support the UK’s world-class network of regional Science Centres.