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  • Friday 15 September Map Room, cherry Reds, 88-92 John Bright Street B1 1BN The theme is collaging, painting or altering artistically, or satirically, current programmes of rival stuff that’s also on that week to make them look more interesting. Then putting them back where we found them. Also doing this with the SW programme, which this year is black.
  • Exploring multicultural mythologies surrounding breasts, and their commodification throughout history to the present day - from religious martyrs to political activists, fine art to Page 3, nipple slip to slippery nipple - you will be unravelling the implications of all this on how women feel about their own breasts. Starts outside Saint Agatha's Church, Stratford Road, Sparkbrook B11 1QT
  • Exploring multicultural mythologies surrounding breasts, and their commodification throughout history to the present day - from religious martyrs to political activists, fine art to Page 3, nipple slip to slippery nipple - you will be unravelling the implications of all this on how women feel about their own breasts. Starts outside Saint Agatha's Church, Stratford Road, Sparkbrook B11 1QT
  • Are you perplexed or enthralled by the yearly addition of fibre glass animals to Birmingham? If you are a tired parent or bemused bystander then this walk is for you. Explore the city with new eyes, reconnect with public artworks and discuss the phenomena of having your photograph taken in front of things. Meet at The Bull sculpture, Rotunda Square B5 4BE
  • City Centres aren't places where you are encouraged to look up. People rush around, avoid bumping into each other and there’s a huge claim on our visual attention. If we do look up from our phones, our gaze is in demand from commercial enterprise, market researchers, street entertainers and religious soapboxers. What happens when we look up? What do we see? Christiane Worth lifts the veil on the city’s architectural blind spots. Meet at 18 Bennett’s Hill, Birmingham B2 4DU (corner of Bennett's Hill and New Street).
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