Opening 5 March 2020

Specular Reflecular

Exhibition Dates

March 5-28 2020 
Wednesdays :: Midday – 6pm
Thursdays :: Midday – 6pm
Fridays :: Midday – 6pm
Saturdays :: 10am – 4pm
Sundays :: 10am – 2pm

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Blog

The Story So Far…

We will publish regular updates about  Specular Reflecular here, with contributions from artists, participants and people involved in the project. In the meantime you can read the latest news from Moseley Road Baths CIO.

Volunteers Event Assistants

Volunteers Event Assistants

Moseley Road Baths CIO is seeking to recruit enthusiastic individuals to support the delivery of the ambitious Specular Reflecular Art Project, an exhibition by artists Juneau Projects. This Trust New Art project celebrates the re-opening to the public of the historic...

Juneau Projects update

Juneau Projects update

We carried out the first pair of workshops at the end of August. These workshops were aimed at families and we were pleased to see many of the parents joining in as well as the children. The focus of the workshops was to paint a series of still images which, when put...

Moseley Road Baths Animation Workshops

Moseley Road Baths Animation Workshops

It was the week before ‘back to school’; September was accompanied by a slight chill in the air and the promise of school runs; pencil cases and new beginnings.  Here at Moseley Road Baths we marked the end of the holidays with two fabulously arty workshops that form...

About 

The project

What

Moseley Road Baths CIO are working with National Trust to deliver  Specular Reflecular a stunning new contemporary art commission created by Juneau Projects, that will celebrate the re-opening of the dramatic and beautiful Gala Pool, which has been closed since 2003.

This incredible space will re-open in early 2020 (although not for swimming) after undergoing a major roof repair funded by Historic England with matched funding from Birmingham City Council.

Our ambition is to create a visually stunning artwork that is rooted in the local community; reflecting the essence of the baths as a past, present and future community space.

Part of Trust New Art, the National Trust’s programme of contemporary arts.

Thanks

Thank you to the organisations who have hosted workshops and made this project possible:

Moseley Road Baths, including swimming groups, staff & volunteers and Chat & Splash group

Balsall Heath Library

MAC

Clifton Primary School & Parents Group

Percy Shurmer Academy

The GAP

Balsall Heath Children Action Team Support

Bahu Trust

Artefact

Special thanks to Moseley Shoals swimming group for letting us film them for the source footage.

About

Trust New Art

Since 2009, Trust New Art has been connecting people to National Trust places through contemporary arts. So far we’ve worked with over 200 artists to create new work inspired by our places.

About the Artists

Juneau Projects

 

Juneau Projects are Philip Duckworth and Ben Sadler, an artist duo based in Birmingham. Formed in 2001, they have a proven track record of delivering small, medium and large scale public art projects and commissions both nationally and internationally. Their practice has participation at its core. They have experience of working in Balsall Heath. Their recent work incorporates an interest in heritage and how this can be shared in new ways with a contemporary audience.

Get Involved

Volunteer

We are looking for enthusiastic people interested in volunteering in the arts; to help invigilate, set up at events and engage with the public.

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