The area around the Hall of Memory is going to be part of a project called Putty, as part of Birmingham Weekender. Come and explore the city on the family friendly art trail, with intricate installations adding a splash of colour to unusual locations across the city centre.

Featured on the trail are Paige Smith’s Geodes and Jan Vormann’s Dispatchwork series, which will be adding some bright and bold artworks to the streets and walkways. Follow the trail map to find the pieces!

Birmingham Weekender, a weekend of world-leading free outdoor performance, art and entertainment, is pleased to announce details of its ambitious, family-friendly festival programme for 2015.

In what is Birmingham’s largest arts festival, Birmingham Weekender features an awe-inspiring programme of events from hundreds of world-class West Midlands and international artists and companies. Birmingham Weekender will showcase Birmingham’s extraordinary cultural offering to those living locally and the thousands of visitors expected to travel into the city from 25-27 September.

Organised by Birmingham Arts Partnership and produced by Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham Weekender includes exciting new commissions, world premieres, roaming and pop-up street theatre, a musical picnic, participative events and workshops, and much more, all animating Birmingham’s shopping and civic heart.

For more information on Birmingham Weekender go to:
www.birminghamweekender.com