Tamperine exhibition at EC Arts, Mailbox (former at 48sheet space) -  A fun fundraising initiative dreamt up by Birmingham-based music charity Sound It Out.

EC Arts have curated the Sound It Out Tamperine exhibition inviting Birmingham based artists: Lucy McLauchlan, Log Roper, Craig Earp and Lee Crutchley to paint directly onto the walls.

The exhibition at EC-Arts, Mailbox ends this Saturday (26th May) and so do the ebay Tamperine auctions!  Two days and counting, you can stalk your favourite pieces and bid here!  More than 45 stars spanning the arts, music, film, TV, and sporting arenas have taken part including a very talented bunch of Birmingham artists.

"Sound It Out suffered from some of the public funding cuts to the Arts during 2011 and we have needed to be creative in raising our profile and getting support from people” says Matt Daniels, CEO of the charity.

Sound It Out uses music as a medium to make a real difference to people facing challenging circumstances in some of the most deprived communities across the West Midlands. The charity delivers positive activities to people most in need in settings such as hospitals, community centres, schools and young offenders units.

Lee Crutchley “Ceci n’est pas un tambourin > This is not a tambourine”  It’s a Tamperine!

More photos of the exhibition space by Helen Ogbourn here

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Tamperine exhibition at EC Arts, Mailbox (former at 48sheet space) -  A fun fundraising initiative dreamt up by Birmingham-based music charity Sound It Out.

EC Arts have curated the Sound It Out Tamperine exhibition inviting Birmingham based artists: Lucy McLauchlan, Log Roper, Craig Earp and Lee Crutchley to paint directly onto the walls.

The exhibition at EC-Arts, Mailbox ends this Saturday (26th May) and so do the ebay Tamperine auctions!  Two days and counting, you can stalk your favourite pieces and bid here!  More than 45 stars spanning the arts, music, film, TV, and sporting arenas have taken part including a very talented bunch of Birmingham artists.

"Sound It Out suffered from some of the public funding cuts to the Arts during 2011 and we have needed to be creative in raising our profile and getting support from people” says Matt Daniels, CEO of the charity.

Sound It Out uses music as a medium to make a real difference to people facing challenging circumstances in some of the most deprived communities across the West Midlands. The charity delivers positive activities to people most in need in settings such as hospitals, community centres, schools and young offenders units.

Lee Crutchley “Ceci n’est pas un tambourin > This is not a tambourine”  It’s a Tamperine!

More photos of the exhibition space by Helen Ogbourn here

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