Over the years Home
of Metal has met some
incredible Black Sabbath fans who have dedicated huge amounts of
time and money to their fandom; some have collected hundreds of t-shirts, rare
records or travelled thousands of miles to attend every show on a tour. All
very impressive! This blog .
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We’ve created a Black Sabbath playlist for your listening pleasure to get you in the mood before visiting the exhibition at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. The exhibition is on until the 29 Sept so don’t delay in getting your tickets. https://homeofmetal.com/tickets/
Gold Ticket Event – Black Sabbath 50 Years ExhibitionWednesday 26th June at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery7.00pm – 9.30pmJust 100 tickets available
An exclusive evening with Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler in conversation with Phil Alexander talking specifically about the exhibition and their loans. This blockbuster .
Home of Metal Exhibition Pop-up Shop Coordinator 2 x Freelance Roles / 3 – 4 days per week
Fee: £90 per day
Location of post: Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery Deadline for applications: 5pm, Friday 31 May, 2019 Interview date: Friday 7 June, 2019
Start date: week commencing 24 June, 2019
Tickets go on general release on the 18 April for this year’s blockbuster Heavy Metal exhibition: Home of Metal: Black Sabbath – 50 Years, opening 26 June through to 29 September at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
From the humble beginnings of 1960s Aston, Birmingham, .
Home of Metal will once again shine a light on the global phenomenon of Heavy Metal with a series of blockbuster exhibitions devoted to the music that was born in and around Birmingham. Music that turned up the volume, down-tuned the guitars, and introduced a .
Never Say Die Exhibition Los Angeles 2018
Home of Metal – Project Coordinator (Freelance Role)
90 days between February – October 2019 based on 2-3 days per week with possible extension
Fee: £110 per day
Location of post: Custard Factory Birmingham
Closing date: 5pm Friday 25 January 2019
Interview date: .
Are you passionate about Heavy Metal and heritage?
Would you like to help share your knowledge, stories and enthusiasm for Black Sabbath and the history of Birmingham?
Do you want to help us engage with visitors?
If so, we are currently recruiting for volunteers to help us .
Ben Venom is a self-taught American textile artist, hailing from Georgia and now residing in California, using traditional quilting techniques to produce work influenced by many aspects of counterculture and what he calls “the fringes of society”. Recently, Ben visited the UK following the Home .
Artwork by Dennis Mcnett aka Wolfbat Photo by Zorah Olivia
After months of planning and organisation from across the pond, the Home of Metal team gathered in Echo Park, Los Angeles for the opening night of Never Say Die!; an exhibition devised and curated collaboratively by Home .