Friday 3 October, Stryx, BEORMA Public Opening, 6-9pm

A5 Low res final

BEORMA Public Opening

Friday 3 October, 6-9pm

Free

Stryx, Unit 13, Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 5RS 

BEORMA [Ber-ma], is the name most commonly given to the 7th century founder of the settlement now know as the English city of Birmingham. This is based on the belief that the original settlement was known as Beorma’s ham.

 

BEORMA is an informative exhibition that documents the origin of art galleries, art organisations and art collectives that currently exist within the city of Birmingham.

 

www.stryx.co.uk

 

Contributing exhibitors:

A3 Project Space

Article Gallery (BCU)

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Eastside Projects

Fierce Festival

Grand Union

Home for Waifs and Strays

Ikon

Lombard Method

mac birmingham

Margaret Street Free Arts Council (MSFAC)

Ort Gallery

Polish Expats Association (PEA)

RBSA Gallery

Stryx

Vivid Projects

The Wig

Transient Arts

The Drum Arts Centre

WERK

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