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Comma Utopia FREE

Source http://www.WEAREPUNCH.CO.UK

Friday 7th September 5pm until 11pm as part of Digbeth First Friday Saturday 8th September 11am until 6.30pm Gallery 37 @ Centrala Minerva Works 158 Fazeley Street Digbeth B5 5RT

Comma Utopia Comma Utopia is a visual collaboration for Gallery 37.
A diverse group exhibition, exploring common | wealth community, values and shared human experience concepts manifesting throughout the gallery in print paintings, installations and spoken word.

Stemming from their own personal experiences, the artists have delved deep into aspects of our human existence, from the notion of wealth to the ideas of ownership and value. Their visual language is varied, yet as a result of this shared residency a constant dialogue surrounding common | wealth has resulted in opportunities for engagement and dialogue - come join the conversation. Exhibition opening Friday 7th September 2018 open at 5pm - 11pm

6.30pm featuring Common Words by Tarik and Jay L’Booth

Join In Saturday 8th September

Common Words from G37 (throughout the afternoon)

Esther Ogunfeitimi Mayday Remiah White Amarah Lawrence Tarju Lera Mae Barcenilla

1.30 - 3.30pm Artist led Workshops (Peoples Mural)

For the last 3 weeks five young artists have been exploring the theme Common Wealth and have created an exhibition called ‘Comma Utopia. ‘They would like to invite you to take part in their art workshop held at Centrala this is an opportunity for you to get creative and learn something new by adding to the Peoples Mural. The day is free and all we ask is that you contribute your time, have your say and have fun. The hosts on the day are;

Hollie Ackroyd (Wax Relief) Haseebah Ali (Printing) Oliver Hassell (Portraits) Tanny Tizzle (Word Clouds) Maral Mamaghani-Zadeh(Stories Behind the Hair)

Open to all ages and levels of experience, all under 12’s must be accompanied by an adult.

7 September 2018 – 8 September 20182018-09-07T17:00:00Z2018-09-08T13:50:00Z

Workshop

Centrala

Minerva Works
158 Fazeley Street
Birmingham

B5 5RS Birmingham GB

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