Monday, 13 May 2019 / Published in News
Steve Ball was appointed as interim Director of Culture Central in April, and he has spent his first few weeks in the role meeting as many people as possible, to listen to their views about what the organisation’s future should look like. This has been an invaluable exercise, with over 120 people taking part in
Friday, 08 March 2019 / Published in News
Transforming Narratives are looking for three people to work as community facilitators researching British Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities in Birmingham, focusing on the Women’s Voice, the Kashmiri Voice and the Young People’s Voice. DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 9TH APRIL, 9:00AM.  As part of the Transforming Narratives initiative, we are commissioning research to understand the current narratives
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 / Published in News
This Saturday 21st April, Commonwealth Games Athlete’s Return event launches Year of Movement 2018: a celebration of dance, sport and movement across Birmingham – a world-class city for culture. #BYOM2018 Square Dance, Birmingham Weekender 2017 Photo by Steve Eggleton Following on from the official handover of the Commonwealth Games’ baton to Birmingham, host for the
Monday, 19 March 2018 / Published in News
Three days left to sign up to perform as part of the live televised handover 25 year old spoken word artist Amerah Saleh is confirmed as taking part in the Birmingham 2022 handover on 15 April. Three days remain for young people to sign up to perform as part of the live televised handover. Find
Wednesday, 07 March 2018 / Published in News
Plans for Birmingham 2022 handover underway –  Games Partners appoint Culture Central to produce the city’s element of the Ceremony, now seeking participants for the event. Birmingham 2022 Games Partners have appointed Culture Central, the development organisation for culture in the Birmingham city region, to produce the city’s element of the Flag Handover Ceremony.  Culture Central,