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Pre exhibition meeting at Barber Institute of Fine Art

Project volunteer Tina will be delivering the children’s activities which will run alongside the exhibition.  Please keep following our blog for more details about the workshop.

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Track of the Day #6 // Sextapes - Relax and Distill

Check out the latest track from another B-Town band who haven’t been around for long.

Describing themselves as “a few sound lads making some music to make you gaze at your shoes.”, their latest creation is a song to be listened to and taken seriously. 67 more words

Track Of The Day

SALSA @BAAS2014

The SALSA Collective were on tour again for the British Association of American Studies conference at the University of Birmingham. Spreading the word about latinidad was our mission! 309 more words

American Studies

The Walk -- Part 1

Today I took a walk. A long walk.

William Wordsworth told me to.

As I sat in my office working through another lunch, answering calls, returning emails, problem-solving, trouble-shooting, I heard it, “The world is too much with us; late and soon, getting and spending, we lay waste our powers…”* Old Will was whispering to me. 480 more words

Live Voiceover at Capital Exposed

This was a magical moment in my voiceover career…doing voiceover LIVE on stage for Capital FM in Birmingham. Now, usually when I’m reading my scripts, I’ll be tucked away in a recording studio with no one watching me. 136 more words

Alex Moir - 'Like Ted Dexter' Review

Feel-good indie doesn’t get more feel-good (or indie) than ‘Like Ted Dexter’, the latest single by Birmingham’s Alex Moir.

This song is the musical epitome of summer. 126 more words

Review

Firm 4B Post-BASHD Celebrations

Dima Mobarak (BDS 4) writes

After a term of agony, torture and long nights in the medschool dungeons (also known as BASHD revision), Firm 4B decided to celebrate the end of what could be described as the hardest term of their BDS course by holding a firm dinner on Tuesday 8th April 2014. 159 more words

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