About

Welcome to the Birmingham Art Map.

The Art Map is designed to make it easy to discover, explore and enjoy the great art, ideas, culture and creativity made by Birmingham for Birmingham. All exhibitions and events listed are free unless otherwise stated.

The city is now home to a fantastic range of art galleries, artist-led projects, studio groups and individuals who programme public exhibitions and events throughout the year.

The Art Map can only list some of the exhibitions and events on offer so we have created this website as a simple, central digital information point with links to all the listed organisations’ websites to make accessing up to date programme information easy.

Birmingham Art Map is produced by Ruth Claxton and Cheryl Jones, working together as Self-Service and assisted by Sarah Jerrard-Dinn.

Map design and website by An Endless Supply

Birmingham Art map is printed by Mission Print

Listings

This edition marks the Art Map’s 5th Birthday. It has been brilliant to see it grow, along with Birmingham’s Art Scene since 2013, but we have decided that it is now time to move on and focus on our other projects at Grand Union, STEAMhouse and Eastside Projects.

We would like to pass the Art Map onto someone else so if you are interested in taking it over, please get in touch at mail@birminghamartmap.org

 

Art Map Supporters

We are hugely grateful for the support of:

Our 2017–18 Super Supporters:

New Art West Midlands is the contemporary visual arts network for the region. Creating defining opportunities for artists and curators and working collectively to safeguard the future of our sector.

Stoford is a privately owned, Birmingham based business, specialising in occupier led commercial property solutions nationwide.

Bruntwood is a family-owned property company offering office space, serviced offices, retail space and virtual offices on flexible contracts in Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool.

Impact Hub Birmingham is a talent pool of amazing citizens, makers, doers, entrepreneurs, activists and dreamers committed to building a better Birmingham and a better world.

Home for Waifs and Strays and family

Arts Council England: Artists + The Crowd

Argentea Gallery

BPN Architects

Art Map Pledgers

Laura Milner, Sarah Jerrard-Dinn, Sarah Isaacs, Kelly, Lara Ratnaraja, David Powell, Dan Auluk, Paul Conneally, The Dual Works, Jenny Moore, Oliver Stevenson, Sandra Hall/Friction Arts, Louise Byng, Heather Duffin, Tom Keeley, Anneka French, Rebecca Farkas, Amahra, Matt Vallance, George Vasey, Sophie Bullock, Richard Short, Daniel Alcorn, Kerry Harker, Chris Jackson and seventy three other individuals, groups and organisations who pledged support through our 2017 Crowdfunder.

 

 

Print Edition

Printed copies of the Birmingham Art Map are available from many of the venues listed as well as cafés, shops and businesses across the city.

Mailing List

Subscribe to the Birmingham Art Map email list to receive quarterly updates when the map is published.