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Przemek Branas: I is Somebody ElseWritten by admin on 16th April 2019

Przemek Branas: I is Somebody Else
22 June – 11 August
Free Admission

Acclaimed Polish artist Przemek Branas presents his first solo UK show at Centrala. In“I Is Somebody Else” he will create an installation employing the motif of the mask. Branas is inspired by impersonation strongly present in heavy metal culture but also the alternative culture that developed under the communist regime and State controlled music scene.

VisitWritten by admin on 16th April 2019

Centrala Unit 4 Minerva Works158 Fazeley StreetBirmingham B5 5RT Free Admission

Tuesday – Saturday, 11-6PM and Late opening for events

VisitWritten by admin on 10th April 2019

Midlands Arts Centre (MAC), Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, B12 9QHfrom 22 June to 8 September Free

Tel: 0121 446 3232

MAC is open 9am–9pm throughout the week, and is located in Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham – opposite Edgbaston County Cricket Ground on Edgbaston Road (off A441 .
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VisitWritten by admin on 10th April 2019

The New Art Gallery WalsallGallery Square, Walsall, WS2

Open: Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm Sundays 12noon – 4pm Closed: Mondays and Bank HolidaysFree Admission

Alan Kane: 4 Bed Detached Home of MetalWritten by admin on 10th April 2019

The New Art Gallery Walsall
22 June to 1 September
Free Admission

Will see Alan Kane bringing together personal collections from metal fans, plus works from leading UK artists, in an ambitiously collaborative exhibition that will be set across the extensive Floor 3 Galleries, with works by Jeremy Deller, Una Hamilton Helle, Des Hughes, Jim Lambie, Sarah Lucas, Jessica Mallock, Mike Nelson, Simon Periton, Mark Titchner, Cathy Ward, Charlie Woolley and, of course, Alan Kane himself.

Ben Venom: All This MayhemWritten by admin on 8th April 2019

MAC (Midlands Art Centre)
from 22 June – 8 September
Free Admission

An exhibition using traditional quilting and Heavy Metal aesthetics. Working with repurposed materials to create textile- based pieces, Ben contrasts the often menacing and aggressive counterculture components of gangs, punk/metal music, and the occult with the comforts of domesticity.

VisitWritten by admin on 8th April 2019

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery Chamberlain Square Birmingham B3

Opening Times* Monday – Thursday 10am – 5pm Friday 10.30am – 5pm Saturday and Sunday 10am – 5pm* Please note you will need to purchase tickets for an allotted time slot

AccessThe main Art Gallery .
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Black Sabbath – 50 YearsWritten by lisa meyer on 7th February 2019

Home of Metal: Black Sabbath – 50 Years
at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
26 June – 29 September


It’s an honour to be a part of the Home of Metal. I am just a guy from Birmingham who’s been blessed to have had such dedicated fans throughout my career. Like I’ve always said ‘I am nothing without them’.” Ozzy Osbourne