From our opening and closing ceremonies to our world class cultural festival, our live sites to the Queen’s Baton Relay, Birmingham 2022 will be a region wide celebration of the power of art to bring people together and make connections across the UK and Commonwealth. Visitors or locals will discover or rediscover our world class venues and artists and find new stories and experiences by young people and emerging talent. From magic in hidden corners to major new commissions and installations. If you’re a curious visitor or an organisation or artist who wants updates regarding cultural activities and opportunities with the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, you are invited to the introduction meeting.
We are hosting an open meeting for the arts and cultural community of Birmingham and the West Midlands to discuss more about our exciting plans for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. As Chief Creative Officer for the games the session, Martin Green will have the opportunity to share the early thinking on all the creative elements of the games. He will give timelines and milestones for the years ahead, including opportunities to get involved and most importantly hear your input and answer your questions. The event will also provide updates on other developments by the City, Region and Culture Central.
The session is open to anyone (individual or organisation) from the arts and cultural community in Birmingham and the West midlands. All we ask is that you register so we know how many people to expect and any access requirements you may have. Register here.
Date and Time: Birmingham 2022 Culture Programme
This event will take place on September 16th at The Studio, Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
08:30 – 09:00: Networking & Refreshments
09:00 – 11:00: Culture Programme Introduction
Upon Arrival to The REP, please make your way to the UVB reception desk where a member of the team will be able to direct you to the Birmingham 2022 event.
For information regarding location, parking and accessibility please click here to visit The REP’s website.
If you’re a curious visitor or an organisation or an artist who wants updates regarding cultural activities and opportunities with the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.