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Hey every one we have something very exciting for you, we have just released URBRUM Magazine issue 2! Which has some of our amazing articles to inspire the whole of Bimringham. Whether your a Football player, Singer/Song Writer, an Artist with … Continue readingRead More...
The "Ruff Guide" gives a heads up to Birmingham's people about what is happening across our diverse city. It's a way that the "URBRUM" website can get local people connected, up-to-date, involved and savvy about what is going on out there.
It advises and promotes opportunities for people in their local communities, be it a comedy event, a local gig, a radical arts programme, a new support service… Whatever is going on now and in the near future in Birmingham.
At 15 I was spiraling into an attitude barrier, and left school with no qualifications what so ever. After 2 years of only summer jobs and unfinished college courses I realised I had to get serious if I wanted any future prospects.
In early 2011 I exhibited my pictures at Ward End Library for two weeks to generate interest and discussion about family heritage and cultures. My intentions were two-fold.
Eddy Aigbe is a Nigerian born Birmingham based visual artist, multimedia painter and art tutor. Since graduating with a B.A (Ed) in Fine & Applied Arts from the Delta State University in Nigeria, he has been actively and passionately producing art to an international audience.