PixieSixer of More Canals Than Venice has taken a big interest in this beaten-up looking blue Pashley bike chained to a bus stop on Heath Mill Lane: I must admit that when I spotted it I did wonder whether or … Continue reading
Ikon Eastside: Under threat « More Canals than Venice – As Ikon Eastside’s future looks uncertain, PixieSixer looks back at some of her favourite exhibitions in the space.
Supersonic + Extra Curricular Activities « More Canals than Venice – Great round-up from Pixie Sixer of a few events happening around Digbeth this weekend, for Supersonic goers with some time to spare.
YouTube – Sky Newso – Newso, a prolific decorator of the Digbeth streets, has been on Sky telly. Cheers to PixieSixer for the heads-up.
Ragged Rabbit One Day Blues Festival « More Canals than Venice – Pixie Sixer details the acts appearing at the Blues Festival in the Rainbow this Sunday afternoon. The fun starts at 3pm and tickets are £8.
British Racing Green in residency at The Lombard Method « The Lombard Method – Cardiff-based artist collective The British Racing Green (BRG) are halfway through a two week residency at The Lombard Method, and are regularly updating the BRG blog … Continue reading
Synth Eastwood at Flatpack Festival « More Canals than Venice – Pixie Sixer spots this nice film of Dublin collective Synth Eastwood’s visit to The Rainbow for what was for me a serious hightlight of the Flatpack Film Festival. The … Continue reading
Merz Party « More Canals than Venice – On Saturday 12 June Eastside Projects will be holding a Merz Party: ‘Merz’ is a nonsense word invented by Dada artists Kurt Schwitters that was used to describe his collage and assemblage … Continue reading
I AM CAMERA « More Canals than Venice – An exhibition at Boxxed, The Wild Building on Floodgate Street, which launches with a private view Friday 11th June (7-9pm) and stays on display until 19th June: I Am Camera is … Continue reading
Under Construction « More Canals than Venice – Tonight sees the launch of Under Construction, an exhibition of work from fine art students studying Foundation Art and Design at Birmingham Metropolitan College. It’s on display until Friday 14 May at … Continue reading