Digbeth First Friday – February 2015

When: Friday 6th February, 18:00 til late
Where: Various venues across Digbeth

Digbeth First Friday is back for 2015 with another jamboree of exhibitions, film, music, performance and street food.

Join us for a wander through painting exhibitions, enjoying a glass of wine while seeing sculpture in action, before walking around the award-winning Digbeth Dining Club to enjoy the start of the new street food season.

On offer this month:

  • Vivid Projects: Repeator film installation, 18:00-20:00
    Keith Dodds, Laurence Price and Cathy Wade present a provocation on political media with a live temporary installation of video, image and documents. Expect anything from sharks to Tupac to gimlet-eyed property developers.
  • Centrala: Project Backpack exhibition opening, 19:00-22:00
    Artist Adrian Platkovsky presents his project Backpack, a collection of thirty small canvases which are being displayed in 30 different places across the world.
  • Stryx: Unreal Stories exhibition opening, 19:00-21:00
    Stryx present the first solo exhibition of powerful new paintings and installation work by artist Anna Katarzyna Domejko.
  • Home For Waifs And Strays: ERRORISM exhibition opening, 18:00-22:00
    HFWAS present a new exhibition by Birmingham based artist Daniel Salisbury, who will also be launching his new album.
  • Grand Union: Work in Progress exhibition opening, 18:00-20:00
    Andrew Gillespie, Calum Greaney and Laurence Price will work with a larger collective of artists to make new sculptural works in response to questions such as What is material? Join us for a drink and explore their installation.
  • Bread and Games: Boardgames at the Edge, 18:00-22:00
    Whether you’re a domino diva, a scrabble screwball or perhaps into one of those more modern games (Carcassone, Agricola, Cards Against Humanity anyone?) you’ll find good company at The Edge.
  • The Spotted Dog: The Tell-Tale Heart, 19:30 onwards
    Keeping with the tradition of offering non-run-of-the-mill events and entertainment, The Spotted Dog invites you to an evening dedicated to Edgar Allan Poe.

Pamela Pinski

Digbeth and Proud

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