When: Friday 7th April, 17:00 until late
Where: various locations across Digbeth
Free (unless otherwise stated)
Never underestimate the creativity of those living and working in Digbeth. This month at Digbeth First Friday, prepare to something new and enjoy our area’s fantastic independent culture!
Brum Radio: Claire Davies, 17:00-18:00
Brum Radio are hosting a new artwork made by Nottingham-based artist Claire Davies, whose practice merges the mundane and the exceptional of the everyday into elusive objects questioning how we understand the world.
Sonia Boyce: Wallpaper/Performance, 18:00-20:00
Eastside Projects, 86 Heath Mill Lane, B9 9AR
Eastside Projects will be filled with the sights and sounds of skateboarders and ukulele players, improvising against the backdrop of a new wallpaper work created by Sonia following February’s ‘Wallpaper/ Performance’.
Artist Super Market, 18:00-20:00
Grand Union, Unit 19, Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RS
Artist Super Market allows you to explore a large range of prints, books and artworks by regional and international artists. Bring your wallets and pennies to support this incredible display of new artists’ goods!
slice presents SEIZE Project, 18:00-21:00
Stryx, Unit 13 Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RS
Leeds-based artist collective SEIZE have been invited to exhibit in the main gallery space, ranging from sculpture to painting, their work is often critical or tongue-in-cheek.
Post-Paradise, 19:00-21:00 | Degenerates Social, 21:00-02:00
Centrala, 4 Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RT
From 19:00, artists invited by Post-Paradise will perform around the space, exploring its sonic tones and textures, accompanied by home-grown visuals from Birmingham-based artist Duncan Poulton, followed by Degenerates Social – a night of queerish music for queerer people.
Benin City, 20:00-late, £4 on the door
The Edge, 79-81 Cheapside, Digbeth, B12 OQH
The Edge are bringing straight-talking Benin City and super smooth sounds from AffieJam to April’s Digbeth First Friday. Expect riddling lyrical prowess, melodic guitar and belly-warming vetkoek from Ubunu Foods.