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Samuel Lines and the Establishment of the RBSA Talk FREE
Part of Heritage Open Days
Talk about Samuel Lines and the Establishment of the RBSA. Join Connie Wan (RBSA and University of Birmingham collaborative PhD student) for her talk about the history and heritage of the Society and Gallery.
The RBSA Gallery is just off St Paul's Square and is a short walk from Birmingham Art Gallery along Newhall Street. Full details at http://www.rbsa.org.uk/locate Public Transport Details
Parking: Meter parking (free on Sundays) is available in the St Paul's Square area. Bus: The 101 bus runs from Snow Hill station and Colmore Row along Newhall Street. Train: The nearest station is St Paul's on the Metro line. Opening Times
Saturday 12th September: 1100 Pre-Booking Required?
Yes - Attending the talk is free but please book so we have an estimate of the number attending. Tel 0121 2364353. Limited Capacity Details
The talk can accomodate up to 20 people. Although the Gallery as a venue can accomodate up to 200 people. Limited Capacity Full wheelchair access Toilets on Site Disabled Toilets on Site Event Specially Put on for HODs Heritage Lottery Fund Key
For more information about the Jewellery Quarter and details of a special competition running for HODs and Artsfest please see http://www.jewelleryquarter.net. There is a ground floor toilet suitable for wheelchair users and a lift for wheelchair access to both upper floors.. Organised By
4 Brook Street
St. Paul's Square
0121 236 4353
Cycle there (external link)