5 May - 13 May 2017 (Fri & Sat, 12pm - 5pm)
An exhibition of photographs by Ming De Nasty that plots her personal growing year during 2016, taken as part of a wider project in which she documented the experiences of urban growers in Birmingham.
As part of the Sufficient exhibition giclée print editions by Ming De Nasty are available as A2 unframed and a sack of four A6
Giclée print, A2. Edition of 5: £125
Giclée print, A6 (x4). Edition of 50: £10
Mark Murphy & John Bennett
Following the exhibition at A3 in October 2016 REMAINS will be at the Gallery at Foyles Bookshop, London, 5 - 29 May.
Situated on the 5th Floor, the gallery is open Mon to Fri 9.30am - 9.00pm and Sun 11.30am - 6.00pm
A Future Manual
Friday 2 December 2016, 3pm - 9pm
A3 presents a touring workshop from A Future Manual to help you get ready for the world that’s coming our way.
Hosted by Amanda Holiday & Cath Giliver
Sat 19 Sept 1pm
You are invited to join artist Amanda Holiday and Cath Gilliver from SIFA Fireside to celebrate the arrival of Amanda’s din din project to Birmingham. Join us for a ‘harvest time’ lunch event with live music by SIFA's talented musicians The Firesiders.
13 - 14 June, 12pm - 5pm
Breaking the traditional boundaries of craft, Stewart Easton’s latest work The Next Verse fuses together hand embroidery, sonic art and music.
Live streaming & Discussion
16 April, 6.30pm
FREE - reserve your place email email@example.com
Join Cathy Wade at A3 for a live stream from the Whitechapel Gallery of the Situations event Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now) - Claire Doherty, Magdalena Malm, Nato Thompson and artist Heather Morison discuss the risks, delights and challenges of producing new progressive forms of public art.
Dan Auluk, Sophie Bullock, Matthew Evans, Andy Howlett, Ryan Hughes, Emily Warner have been selected for a micro-residency at A3 Project Space, from Monday 30 March to Thursday 2 April.
Led by Simon Poulter, this intensive artist-lab is a mac birmingham opportunity, delivered in partnership with The New Art Gallery Walsall and Turning Point West Midlands.
Sellotape Cinema @ Flatpack Kavarva Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Digbeth
Sat 28 March 12pm - 4pm
Sun 29 March 12pm - 4pm
As part of Flatpack Film Festival, join artists Stephen Snell and Steven Chamberlain for a dynamic Sellotape Cinema workshop in which you get to hand make films and see the results immediately. See it...Stick it...Show it.
Chris Paul Daniels
20, 21, 27, 28 & 29 March, 12pm - 5pm
Final screening event Fri 3 April 6.15pm
Shot in Black and white 8mm film, Colour 16mm film & HD video, Chris Paul Daniels creates rapid portraits and glimpses of lives from residents and workers of the Digbeth and Bordesley.
31 October, 9.30pm
Taking an image from her family album as a starting point Marlene Smith presents a new performance work in progress. Mining her lifelong habit of wearing her parents' clothes the performance weaves spoken word, dressing up and photography to question her changing relationships with her mom and dad. BOOKING ESSENTIAL
Saturday 18 October 12pm - 4pm
Join artists Stephen Snell and Steven Chamberlain for a dynamic Sellotape Cinema workshop in which you get to hand make films and see the results immediately. See it...Stick it...Show it
Cathy Wade and Keith Dodds
A Collaborative Publication
Publication Launch: 2 Oct, 6pm - 8.30pm
Exhibition: 3 October 1pm - 7.30pm & 4 October 12pm - 5pm
The publication includes contributions from Beth Bramich, Elly Clarke, Lee Harwood, Andre de Jong and They are Here.
S Mark Gubb & Gordon Dalton
Fri 5 Sept 6pm - 12pm
Sat 6 Sept 3pm - 12pm
For 'one-nite only' over 2 consecutive nights S Mark Gubb & Gordon Dalton briefly provide Birmingham with a new social space, a place somewhere in time where anything and nothing but a good time happens.This is Nowhere Bar. Leave your pretensions at home and wear your heart on your sleeve. Sprain your mind. Have a good time all of the time.
Fri 1 Aug, 6pm - 8pm
Sat 2 Aug 1pm - 4pm
Redhawk Logistica will be roaming public areas within the vicinity of A3 during July to create a series of discrete interventions and inviting people to a workshop/practical activity at A3 Projects Space where there will be opportunities to discuss the work and the themes of his project.
Diana Damian & James Smith
Weds 23 July, 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Writer Diana Damian and online magazine editor James Smith, discuss the relationship of public writing to practice.
Friday 4 July
Hosted by Vivid Projects
6pm - Drop-in session
8pm - Performance
A3 Project Space presents a collaborative performance by Record Player Orchestra and Sellotape Cinema at Vivid Projects as part of Digbeth First Friday. A drop-in workshop runs from 6pm followed by a live performance at 8pm.
led by Roger Clarke,
Saturday 28 June, 11am - 4pm
Founder and creator of the Record Player Orchestra, Roger Clarke, will lead a workshop that will give you the opportunity to experiment with the record player as an instrument. The workshop will generate ideas for a public event in collaboration with Sellotape Cinema as part of Digbeth First Friday on 4 July.
Friday 6 June 2014, 6pm - 8pm
Saturday 7 June, 1pm - 5pm
Clare Thornton has been buying fabric from Barry's in Digbeth for years and during a micro residency in June she embarks on a new project for A3 that responds specifically to this eponymous shop.
Friday 2 May, 8pm
A3 will be transformed into licensed gin bar to host a reprise of Lynda Morris's celebrated talk about dancing and drinking with Gilbert and George in the early 70s.
Saturday 26 April, 1pm - 5pm
Founder and creator of the Record Player Orchestra, Roger Clarke, will introduce the project by leading a workshop that will give you the opportunity to experiment with the record player as an instrument.
4 March - 6 June 2014
Staffordshire University fine art graduate Ali Reed was the overall winner of New Art West Midlands and was awarded a residency at A3 Project Space.
Study Day with Tim Knowles
Saturday 22 March 2014
10.30 - 2.30
£7 (students / non-waged £3.50)
Acclaimed international artist, Tim Knowles talks about his recent walking works and leads a discussion about contemporary art and the 'act' of walking with a panel of artists from the West Midlands who utilise walking within their practice.
A project by Rich White
3 - 15 March 2014
Sculptor Rich White has been investigating Duddeston Viaduct that runs from Bordesley Station to the corner of Montague Street, Digbeth.
Unfinished and abandoned in 1848, he has walked its route with local architects, historians, photographers and city planners; the conversations with them have informed the contents of a free publication.
Publication Launch Saturday 15 March
Performance, Dennis Isou
Thurs 20 Feb, 7pm
Dennis Isou conclude their Connect / Exchange artist residency with a performance that utilises fictional writing, film and installation.
A project by Marlene Smith
November - December 2013
A series of artist study days, bringing together artists who share common ground and each event focusing on the work of one artist.