Monday, 26 July 2010

OUR VENUE | in the heart of Birmingham's city centre!

The exhibition will be hosted at Retort House, a unique Grade II and Grade II* listed building, dating from 1822, measuring an epic 18,922 sq ft. One of Retort House’s main features is the Georgian cast iron trussed roof structure, an elaborate and unique tracery set against the backdrop of original brickwork elevations. The building is unique and situated in the heart of Birmingham's city centre. This is the first time it has been used for an arts event. Both The River Project and Retort House underline the importance of heritage, culture and participation in the region.

Sunday, 25 July 2010

A new collaboration!

A new collaboration with choreographer  Kate Mason in the amazing Venue for our exhibition. The result is amazing, and it will be screened on the The River Project | The Exhibition on the 7th. We are looking forward to see you there!

Friday, 23 July 2010

The flyers are here (and they look quite amazing)!

The flyers are here they look absolutely great. This is a great opportunity to thank again our amazing photographer Christ Keenan!

Thursday, 15 July 2010

PRAM @ The River Project | The Exhibition!

The River Project is very proud to officially announced its collaboration with internationally renowned band Pram from Birmingham. Pram will be performing live on the 7th of August at The River Project |  The Exhibition. More information about their performance and the programme of The Exhibition will be posted soon on the blog, the website, and our facebook page.

Check out their amazing website

Tourfilm from Film Ficciones on Vimeo.

film directed by Film Ficciones

Monday, 12 July 2010

New Website Now Live!

Our website is now updated and live with all relevant information about:

The River Project | The Exhibition

Our blog and facebook page will be updated daily with the progress of the project towards the exhibition day on Saturday the 7th of August. Also please visit previous post to follow the journey of The River project form when it all began on September 2009.