Saturday 2 June 2012

Icon Gallery


The Ikon Gallery was originally founded by Angus Skene and four artists from the Birmingham School of Art and the gallery is situated near Broad Street in a Grade II listed building in Oozells Square, formerly the site of Oozells Street Board School which was designed in 1877 by John Chamberlain.

The gallery is open daily except Mondays unless it is a bank holiday. The Ikon Gallery was designed to engage the public in contemporary art. Education is a key part of the function of the Ikon which provides informative displays and promotes artists.

Temporary exhibitions take place on two floors of the building and the quality and range of exhibits is diverse. All types of art are catered for here and include photography, painting, sculpture, film and media.

There is also a Spanish Restaurant within the Ikon which is a registered charity, partly funded by Birmingham City Council and the Arts Council of England. Corporate funding also provides additional funds.

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