Love Art?

 Looking for something to do this Valentine’s Day? Look no further than the UoB campus:

LOVE ART?

In partnership with Vivid Projects, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts will be screening the beautiful, award-winning film Looking for Langston (1989) by Isaac Julien, which explores poetry and homosexuality in 1920s Harlem.

Isaac Julien, Looking for Langston Series Film Noir Angels, Looking for Langston I 1989, Set of 26 prints on gloss paper I 20 x 24 cm each. Courtesy of the artist and Victoria Miro Gallery, London
Isaac Julien, Looking for Langston Series Film Noir Angels, Looking for Langston I 1989
Set of 26 prints on gloss paper I 20 x 24 cm each. Courtesy of the artist and Victoria Miro Gallery, London
A delicious valentine buffet** and rose wine will be served, followed by a special LGBTQ themed gallery tour exploring love and art across boundaries.  All welcome.

Event times: 6.30 – 8.30pm | Admission is £5 per person, booking essential.
Please contact 0121 414 2261 or education@barber.org.uk.

 
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VALENTINE’S SUPPER

Winterbourne House and Garden‘s popular tea room will once again be the setting for a romantic candlelit meal – the perfect surroundings to help you celebrate Valentine’s day with the one you love

Winterbourne House and Garden
Winterbourne House and Garden

Explore the exhibition rooms before you retreat to enjoy a delicious meal, carefully prepared by our wonderful catering team.

For £25 per person, you can enjoy a 5 course table d’hote menu – click here to see the options.

Tables available from 7pm | Booking essential. Please call 0121 414 3003 or email enquiries@winterbourne.org.uk for more details.

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