mac summer activities for children offer creative fun for all ages!
On 20th anniversary of democracy in South Africa, AFROVIBES Festival returns to Birmingham – at mac and The Drum
Featuring an eclectic, contemporary programme of theatre, dance, music, song, photography and film.
mac connects audiences with artists, works in diverse communities and invests in sustained partnerships locally, regionally and internationally.
Dadara has moved from inhabiting the role of an Artist, to that of a Bank Director, in his first UK solo exhibition, TIME = MONEY = ART
ARTIST ROOMS: Robert Therrien’s monumental sculptures inspire young people to creatively engage gallery visitors
Talented young people tasked with inspiring new audiences to mac's first floor gallery this summer.
Mary Martin wins Arts and Business Board Member of the Year Award
Enables additional public space arts activities and further engagement and creative development for young people.
Stuart Hall: The artists in this collection are united by a shared interest in the world around them and their own place in it.
Residency aims to raise profile of Disability Arts to audiences locally, regionally and nationally.
Students enjoy opportunity to work with professionals while increasing their creative skills