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Lots happening in Liverpool and London this month as we present you with seven more opportunities to see art in the face of Christmas shopping.
Fifty years after starting out in the city's Bullring, organisers at Ikon have invited some of their former gallery-fillers back as part of their 2014 exhibition programme.
IKON devotes its entire gallery space to a major retrospective of works by painter Hurvin Anderson. Mark Sheerin gets lost in some beautiful canvasses.
The artist says his audio-visual work is "a constantly evolving thing" as he prepares for an appearance at Bring to Light, a three-day festival in Birmingham this October.
The £189 million Library of Birmingham may be taking all the headlines, but it's actually the city's fourth central library. We take a look at 150 years of culture.
Heritage Open Days, the opening of the Ashmolean's new museum in a Cotswold village and the opening season at the Library of Birmingham catch the eye this month.
Francine Houben's dream of a "people's palace" will become reality when Birmingham's £189 million library opens to the public. We take a look at the reaction so far and what to expect from the......
Ikon Gallery and the former YBA have found subjects for a £100,000 bronze sculpture in Centenary Square in England's second city.
A three-year search for A Real Birmingham Family is nearing a conclusion, with the four shortlisted families featuring in a new exhibition in the BBC Birmingham Public Space.
A citywide festival will offer spectacle and participatory opportunities for potential visitors to Birmingham's newly built library and theatre annexe.
The Birmingham gallery hosts a two-floor show of surprises from the Japanese artist who translates well. Mark Sheerin pays a visit.
Yorkshire Medieval Festival focuses on Richard III and Scotland's Festival of History unites circus skills, archery and rampaging armies in this month's history highlights.
From a BioBlitz in Oxford to retro computing in Bletchley here are our Science and Nature museum event and exhibition highlights for July 2013.
In an exhibition of pinhole photographs at a central square in Birmingham, acclaimed photographer Tom Hunter takes a journey back into the country's industrial heritage and his own history.
Ikon Gallery hosts an exhibition by communities in Northfield, Berlin, Bologna and Castellón as part of the Post Marks project.