Digbeth First Friday 6 December 4pm until late

This December, get out and about, discover something new and enjoy the fantastic independent culture Digbeth has to offer!

On offer this month:

Anchor Gallery Collective: Meet the artists, 7-9pm

See the work and meet the organisers and artists of The Anchor Gallery Collective, a conceptual and visual arts platform for Bham based artists, their work is currently on show at The Warehouse Cafe. Rachel Mayfield, Stephen Calcutt, Gray Hirst, Suzie Szabo, Kirk Andrews, Mark Highton and others

Free but table booking for Christmas Menu at The Warehouse Cafe essential

Centrala: Eastern Bloc music & vodka party, 6pm-late

Pop in to Centrala for late opening of Borders – Studio 44 exhibition and Polish vodka tasting night followed by post-soviet visuals screening! If you don’t know how to drink vodka in Eastern European way come in and find out!

Digbrew Co: Christmas Party, 4pm-late

The Dig Brew and Dough Christmas lights switch on followed by a big ol’ christmas party. Starts at 4pm, we’re extending our licence for one night only with DJs and we’re clearing tables for a dancefloor. Beer, pizza and dancing all night.

Digwood Co: Digwood Sessions #3: Rodgers / Brush, 8pm-late

Digwood Co presents a night of acoustic reveries with sets from William William Rodgers and Judy Brush.
£5 on the door.

Eastside Projects: Winter Art Fair, 6-8pm

Give art not tat this Xmas. Spend money on work made in the Midlands by talented artists and makers. Support creativity and snap up unique Christmas gifts at affordable prices. An exciting mix of artists and makers based in the Midlands will be selling sculptures, paintings, prints, ceramics, books and zines, jewellery, bags and T-Shirts, survival kits, cards, confectionary and gifts. 100% of all sales goes to the artists and makers, and the bar will be open to keep you hydrated throughout the evening!

Grand Union: Modern Clay Winter Fair and The Growing Project Sale at Modern Clay, 6-8pm

Join Modern Clay and Grand Union for December’s Digbeth First Friday, for the Modern Clay Winter Fair and The Growing Project Sale. We will be hosting our annual sale of studio ceramics made by our Modern Clay co-op members, including Leah Carless, Mark Essen, Joanne Masding, Sophie Mckinney, Suzi Osborn, Laurie Ramsell and Sarah Taylor Silverwood.

We will also be selling limited edition ceramic plates that were made as part of The Growing Project, a community-led growing scheme working with organisations who support the vulnerably housed and people in crisis. Working in collaboration with The Residents of St Anne’s Hostel Birmingham, Modern Clay, Crisis Skylight and SIFA Fireside, the first phase culminated in a Public Dinner event at The Warehouse Cafe, whereby guests and participants shared stories, food and conversation about the symbolic meaning of taking seed to soil to plate.

There will be 60 plates available to purchase at £20 each. All of the plates are individually designed and made by participants of The Growing Project. Proceedings of the plate sale will contribute towards fundraising for the next iteration of The Growing Project in 2020.

Cash & Card accepted

Recent Activity: Gallery Celine at Recent Activity, 6–8pm

Recent Activity present an exhibition of new work by Celine Amedola, Adam Lewis-Jacob and Michael White.

Stryx: SHORE, 6-9pm

Stryx presents a group exhibition by three Quebec based artists Caroline Gagné, Anne-Marie Proulx and Nadia Myre, as part of Quebec City Biennial international exchange.

Exhibition is supported by Arts Council England, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ), Canada Council for the Arts, Entente de Développement Culturel (Ville de Québec), Manif d’art and Ikon Gallery. Open to public 2/11 – 20/12 (Wednesday – Saturday 12pm – 4pm) including an evening opening on Friday 6/12 6pm – 9pm

Vivid Projects: Black Hole Club: Under Different Stars, 6-9pm

The end of the year is a time of departures and arrivals, it is also a time to consolidate and celebrate. For the December First Friday we welcome you to join us to raise the roof at the culmination of our winter events. Expect cocktails, Interventions, gifs, impromptu DJ sets and karaoke as Black Hole Club seeks to change the space, perform and test out new ways of making and engaging with works.

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