Hither and Thither’s tour of Digbeth art spaces

Hither and Thither, the ‘road trip around the British Independent arts scene’, seems to have been exploring Digbeth of late. As well as this previously linked to interview with artists from The Lombard Method they’ve also spoken to:

Paul Newman and Arlene Burnett from Behind Closed Doors.

Cheryl Jones and Matt Westbrook of [insertspace], who commissioned Project Pigeon in the Rea Garden.

Tom Bloor from Eastside Projects.

Helen Brown from Grand Union, tackling the ‘lack of decent studio provision’.

Robin Kirkham and Harry Blackett, the brains behind the Birmingham art zine An Endless Supply, giving local creatives ‘an incentive to make something’.

About Nicky Getgood

Living and loving Digbeth.
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