A day of exhibition and performance to challenge, explore and celebrate Moseley
Saturday May 9th - in various venues in and around Moseley Village - exhibitions of art from Midday, with musical programmes in the evening and physical theatre performances and installations in and around the area.
Since our debut event in July 2006, the creative network Project X Presents has produced a series of live events fusing many differing strands of creative activity into one cohesive whole - these unique events being dubbed “omnimedia experiences”.
For Xhibition, we turn the emphasis towards the identity of a place and to the exhibition of static, physical art - although being the multi-faceted group we are, we couldn’t resist adding musical and theatrical performance into the mix.
And so we will make an exhibition of ourselves in a place with the reputation as Birmingham’s beating cultural heart - Moseley Village. We will celebrate the rich vibrancy of Moseley whilst also questioning whether its artistic reputation is fully deserved. Is it still a creative, bohemian hotbed, or has it become province of commuters, shoppers and late night drinkers looking for an alternative Broad Street?
We offer an exhibition of a number of local artists featuring new work from legendary cartoonist Hunt Emerson, a new photographic composition from our favourite of the many talented local photographers - Matt Murtagh, plus fine art from Mandy Kasafir, Nisha Grover, Gabriella Gardosi, Matt Robinson and a number of Project X regulars alongside interactive installations from our inhouse design team, Object X.
Entry to everything is FREE except the evenings programme Upstairs at The Cross which is £5 on the door.