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  • An art walk in search of the city’s lost cultural grandeur and forgotten glyptotheques. The Art Walkers will explore the ever changing artistic urban chameleon of Birmingham, to tell the stories of its artists and find traces of their work.  Sun 11 Sept / 3pm / 75 mins Meet: outside St Martin-in-the Bull Ring, Edgbaston St B5 5BB
  • A journey of fabulous discovery, stretching from the Jewellery Quarter to Digbeth, decoding symbols, tales and images and how they interconnect to form an alchemical blueprint. Be prepared for an epic afternoon’s walk, in search of the Philosopher’s stone. Sun 18 Sept / 3pm / 150 mins Meet at Pelican Works, on the corner of Great Hampton Street and Hockley Street B3 1UE
  • Cult 70s TV drama 'Gangsters' is a treasure trove of forgotten Birmingham locations. Georgiou follows in the footsteps of the ‘White Devil’ to trace the geography of this lurid oddity and will be ‘Looking for Kline’ via the long lost Nirvana restaurant. Event includes artworks and incidents in association with Flatpack. Wed 21 Sept / 6pm / 90 mins Meet: Birmingham Open Media, 1 Dudley St B5 4EG
  • A visit to the Museum Collection Centre to help unpack David Patten’s crated sculpture Cader Idris Horizon Line. What next for this public art work, now the Central Library has gone? You decide! Followed by discussion and consultation at The Woodman. Thu 22 Sept / 10 30am - 3pm / Free but booking is essential! Meet: outside The Woodman, New Canal Street B5 5LG
  • A gentle stroll through 500 years of Birmingham’s history, forensically uncovering some of the streets, buildings, people and events that shaped the city. Fri 23 Sept / 6pm / 75 mins. Meet: the Bronze Bull sculpture, Rotunda Square B2 4PA
  • A virtual and physical walk within the mind’s eye, exploring historical memory and How Places Feel. A ghost train between two cities; a lyrical and historical audio narrative between Handsworth’s Booth Street station and Berlin’s Anhalter Bahnof. Ticket price includes a limited edition art work and treats from Berlin and Birmingham. Sat 24 Sept / 4.45pm / 45mins. Meet: Handsworth’s Booth Street tram station, near B21 0HY
  • A three mile urban exploration of the various overgrown sports grounds of Bearwood and Harborne. Wear sensible shoes! Sun 25 Sept / 2pm / 150mins. Meet: Outside the Kings Head pub, Hagley Road B17 8BJ
  • Discover the fantastical creatures and beasties hidden in plain sight on an family-friendly urban safari through Birmingham combining fantasy, history and exploration. Guaranteed to open eyes and minds to a fascinating aspect of Victorian architecture. Sat 8 Oct / 1pm / 90 mins. Meet: The Floozie in the Jacuzzi, Victoria Square B1 1BD
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