This September, the annual Moon Feastival will return to the city in aid of Birmingham Big Art Project – the most ambitious public art commission in Birmingham’s history. The Moon Feastival, organised by Chung Ying Restaurant Group, returns for the fourth year and aims to be bigger and better than ever before for 2017. The Moon Feastival will return to the city on Thursday 28 September and will invite guests to celebrate Chinese culture, taste

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Birmingham Big Art Project is looking for a volunteer events coordinator. As a charity, Birmingham Big Art Foundation relies heavily on volunteers to help raise important funds for the Project. As events coordinator, you will be responsible for leading a team of volunteers with the overall objective of raising money for the Project. You’ll have an interest in the arts, an eye for detail and time to dedicate to this important Project. Other duties include,

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Susan Philipsz - Station Clock

Birmingham Big Art Project has announced the winning £2 million public artwork that has been commissioned for the city of Birmingham. Station Clock, by Turner Prize-winning Susan Philipsz, is a large-scale aural clock, comprising of 12 digits representing the 12 tones of the musical scales, using different vocal combinations for each digit. The sounds of ‘Station Clock’ will be made of up to 1,092 voices from Birmingham’s diverse population. The voices will sound on the hour every hour and last

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Birmingham Big Art Project announced the winning £2 million public artwork for Birmingham that is destined for Eastside Park, adjacent to the proposed HS2 terminal on Tuesday, April 18 2017. Arts organisations, professionals from across the city and key stakeholders were invited to the announcement of the winning artist, which was formally revealed by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham. This marks the beginning of the next phase of the project – the development and realisation of the

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Caroline Tailor and Glyn Pitchford

Birmingham Big Art Project has appointed a professional fundraising consultant as the project prepares to announce the winner of a new public artwork for the city. Caroline Taylor has more than 15 years’ experience in fundraising for the cultural sector and specialises in working with heritage projects and museums. At the Birmingham Big Art Project, which has pledged to raise £2 million to produce a permanent public art next to Eastside City Park, Caroline will

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