Come and see our exhibition of fine art prints at the Birmingham Midland Institute 9 Margaret Street B3 3BS on until 29th March 2019. Its free entry. The opening times for our exhibition correspond to when the building is open and are: Mondays-Fridays 9am-10pm and most Saturdays 9am-5pm but phone 0121 236 3591 to check. It is closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays. Prints on display include collagraphs, screen prints, etchings, mono-prints, mixed media, lino and woodcuts and photopolymer intaglios. Some are for sale. Participants include our President Anne Irby Crews, Remee Crawford, Chris Doran, John Gill, Holly O’Mera, Kerry Philips, Sharon Baker and more.
BPM members are getting ready for their group exhibition at the Birmingham Midland Institute starting on Monday 28th January. The Exhibition is in the reception area of this wonderful City Centre Institution at 9 Margaret Street B3 3BS.
One of our members was interviewed about Birmingham Printmakers for Artefacts Magazine published by the Friends of Birmingham Museums. You can find the article on p40-41 of their November 2017-January 2018 issue.
You can download the magazine from http://fbmt.org.uk/artefacts-magazine/
and read the article here:
Birmingham Printmakers is an artist-led organisation that provides printmaking facilities to its members. The Workshop Birmingham has been filmed and profiled on the Workshop Birmingham site.
To view the profile in the directory, please follow the link.
Alongside the provision of equipment and materials we regularly provide courses in all types of printmaking and organize exhibitions throughout the country and abroad. Our members work with a wide range of different clients ranging from galleries to illustration agencies and as an organisation we also provide workshops to members of the public and organisations such as the Barber Institute and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
Birmingham Printmakers worked with a number of community groups and printmaker members to play their part in breaking the world record for the largest print.
The final print measured 33.51metres, with around 3 metres of that created by Birmingham Printmakers.