For the final three days of the festival, the all new Action Space inflatable will set up home in Victoria Square, right outside the Council House. All events and screenings are free to enter – just turn up on the day.
Due to the unique nature of Action Space as a venue, the main entrance may not be suitable for those with access requirements and is not wheelchair accessible. However, there is an alternative entrance suitable for wheelchair users and those with mobility restrictions. Please ask the stewards at the venue and they will be happy to assist.
Recommended age: 7+ Mirror Mirror’s afternoon workshop focuses on one of the earliest forms of projection – the magic lantern. Join them as they demonstrate storytelling through projecting slides, a technique which led directly to the birth of cinema. Drop in at any point and have the the opportunity to create your very own magic […]
Cert (PG) * Compilation of street art shorts, including animated murals by Blu and David Ellis as well as work by Birmingham artist Lucy MacLauchlan. (60 mins) From midday artists including Kem, Title and Helen Martin will also be creating a live painting outside the space, a taster for Digbeth street art jamboree City of […]
Suitable for all ages. Artist Martin McNally has created a short film called Earthy by animating mud, twigs and moss in the forest. Now he invites you to do something similar, creating pieces of living sculpture from found materials. All creations will then be photographed as part of a new animation.