Articles tagged with "Birmingham"
The artwork of clients from Crisis Skylight Birmingham is being shown alongside important examples of British folk art, at award winning art gallery Compton Verney in Warwickshire.
Neil Harvey, a client at Crisis Skylight Birmingham, has paid tribute to two Big Issue sellers, who were killed on January 11.
Impressive artwork from Crisis Skylight clients is being exhibited in London and Birmingham this winter.
Crisis Skylights gear up for new term
07.01.13| Topics: Bermondsey
Crisis Skylight learning and education centres across the country have begun enrolment for the Winter Term, which starts this month.
Ninety people gathered at the Blue Orange Theatre in Birmingham to recognise and celebrate the learning achievements of Crisis Skylight Birmingham clients.
Homeless artists exhibit artwork in Birmingham City Centre
06.08.12| Topics: Birmingham
Homeless and vulnerably housed artists are showcasing their work at an exhibition run by Crisis Skylight Birmingham.
Crisis Skylight Birmingham will host an art exhibition next month to showcase the work of artists who have experienced homelessness.
Clients, volunteers and staff from Crisis Skylight Birmingham were joined by a variety of supporters as they gathered at the annual Summer Celebration event in the heart of the city.
Six homeless and vulnerably housed Crisis clients visited The New Art Gallery Walsall as part of a course to develop critical skills and informed opinions about art and culture last week.
Birmingham Skylight Centre launches class in podcasting
24.01.12| Topics: Birmingham
Members of Crisis Skylight Centres will soon be hitting the airwaves after a course in podcasting was launched at the Birmingham centre.
Crisis Skylight Birmingham celebrates 91 achievements
15.06.11| Topics: Birmingham
Skylight Birmingham has held a graduation ceremony for the clients who have been working hard, and taking courses since the beginning of April.
Crisis Skylight Birmingham, the new Crisis branch in the midlands, has started brightly with over 113 attendees in its first term of the year.