An exhibition showing rare photographs from archives of Sandwell is coming to the Arts Café in West Bromwich on Wednesday 4th October until Thursday 2nd November 2017.
The exhibition titled Fabrication Made in Oldbury will also feature new artworks looking at Sandwell’s industrial heritage.
Fabrication Made in Oldbury has been curated by Brendan Jackson of Laundry. Fabrication Made in Oldbury has been curated by Brendan Jackson as part of Laundry. Laundry is an association of artists, working both in the Black Country and internationally, working with photography, film, visual arts, oral history, performance, writing, digital media – using these in community contexts and with a diversity of cultures.
The Private View for the exhibition is on Tuesday 3rd October 3rd, 6pm – 8pm at the Arts Café, Central Sixth, New Square, West Bromwich, B70 7PG.
The Private View also features the launch of newspaper by Oldbury Writing Group, creative writing inspired by an exploration of Sandwell Archives and a talk at 6.30pm by Brendan Clifford, ‘What England was to become…’ J.M.W. Turner’s Midlands Tour of September 1830. There will also be refreshments.
The exhibition will be at the Arts Cafe from Wednesday 4th October to Thursday 2nd November and opening times are Monday to Friday, 10am – 5pm, Saturday 7th & 21st October, 10am – 2pm.