For two weeks this July, Crisis Skylight Birmingham will present projects developed by our members in collaboration with BOM (Birmingham Open Media), Grand Union, Centrala gallery and Eastside Projects as part of a national programme of public events that aims to open a window onto the Crisis Skylight studios across the UK, in which artists currently experiencing homelessness are making art, and revealing how art enables us all to find our place in the world.
Dates: 23rd July
Venue: Centrala, Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Birmingham, West Midlands B5 5RT
Family arts making workshop exploring the idea of what makes a ‘safe place’. Using various materials and approaches, we will be making structures and environments considering what it is to feel ‘home’.