Parkside Gallery

Parkside Gallery is based in Birmingham City University but is free and open to the public. It showcases the work of emerging artists as well as established talent.

Students and staff get to indulge their love of the arts every day with one of Birmingham’s best contemporary art and design exhibition spaces on their doorstep.

The Parkside Gallery, housed in the entrance of the University’s Parkside Building, showcases the work of both emerging talent and established artists and designers – with free admission to every exhibition.

The Gallery, which is open to the public, has played host to the work of Ian Emes – who created animated films for Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of The Moon, Trends – an interior design based trend forecasting showcase and the University’s very own Graduate Shows.

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