EAF Projects

Edgbaston Arts Forum requests Birmingham City Council to meaningfully engage with Edgbaston Reservoir users about its future.

We call for Birmingham City Council to openly and meaningfully engage with Reservoir users about developments on and around Edgbaston Reservoir. To date, Birmingham City Council has engaged in tokenistic ‘consultation’ with Reservoir stakeholders and decisions about the Reservoir’s future are being made without the community’s genuine involvement. Some decisions being made risk the reservoir’s …

EAF Projects,HomeMade Arts

HomeMade Arts

COVID19 has been hard on us all (some harder than others) and it is great to see everyone coming together to help and support. Being stuck at home is driving a lot of people a bit crazy with running out of things to do, especially families with children. Artscoop and Edgbaston Arts Forum have come …

Number 11 Arts


We art Artscoop hope you are well and healthy during this COVID19 Pandemic and want to keep you entertained during these challenging times. Number 11 Arts Newsletter has a number of “Virtual Activities” you can do to keep you and your children or anyone else you know you many be struggling during this time, busy …

Birmingham Open Studios

APPLICATIONS FOR BIRMINGHAM OPEN STUDIOS 2020 ARE NOW OPEN Birmingham Open Studios is now in its 4th year. The event allows artists of all calibre to exhibit and sell their own from their own home or studio. The event takes place each Autumn, and grows each year to cover more and more of Birmingham. This year …

Light Up B16
EAF Projects

Light Up B16

Light Up B16. Edgbaston Arts Forum has been working with residents of the B16 area of Birmingham in a project to create a window display tour. Workshops for this have now finished and the residents have been asked to light up their windows from 6 February until 9 February 2020. Below are a few examples …