Birmingham City University
Birmingham City University (abbrev. as BCU; and previously Birmingham Polytechnic and the University of Central England in Birmingham) is a newly established British university in the city of Birmingh...
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New Technology Institute
The New Technology Institute, Birmingham (abbreviated to NTI Birmingham) is a training centre and media studio located in the Learning and Leisure Zone of the Eastside of Birmingham, England.Part of b...
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Faculty of Technology, Engineering and the Environment (Birmingham City University)
The Faculty of Computing, Engineering and The Built Environment (CEBE, formerly the Faculty of Technology, Engineering and the Environment or TEE) is the technology department of Birmingham City Unive...
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Birmingham School of Media
Birmingham School of Media, known informally as BCU Media, is a school of Birmingham City University in the city of Birmingham, England. It is part of the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media (PME), whic...
John Mulligan
Jonathan Salvator (John) Mulligan is a Birmingham, England-born new wave musician. He is most prominently known as the bassist and keyboardist of the band Fashion from 1978-1984.
Mulligan is Itali...
Birmingham City Business School
Birmingham City Business School is a school within Birmingham City University based on the university's City North campus in Perry Barr, Birmingham. It is part of the Faculty of Business, Law and Soci...
Birmingham School of Acting
Birmingham School of Acting (BSA, formerly known as Birmingham School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art (B.S.S.T.D.A) and then as Birmingham School of Speech and Drama (B.S.S.D)) is a drama school l...
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Birmingham School of Jewellery
Birmingham School of Jewellery, founded in 1890, is a jewellery school in Birmingham, England. Located on Vittoria Street in the city's Jewellery Quarter, it is the largest jewellery school in Europe....
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Faculty of Education, Law and Social Sciences (Birmingham City University)
The Faculty of Education, Law and Social Sciences was established in 2008 as part of the re-organisation in Birmingham City University, England. It includes elements of the former faculties of LHDS an...
Grace Barnsley
Emily Grace Barnsley (3 October 1896 – 6 March 1975), known as Grace Barnsley or by her married name, Grace Davies, was an English pottery decorator.She was born near Cirencester, Gloucestershir...
Birmingham Conservatoire
Birmingham Conservatoire is an international conservatoire and a major concert venue, its main platform being the Adrian Boult Hall in Birmingham, England. Prior to 1989, it was known as the Birmingha...
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Scratch Radio
Scratch Radio is a community and student radio station based in Birmingham, UK. They are one of the only student and community radio stations in the country, broadcasting online via their website. The...
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William Jabez Muckley
William Jabez Muckley (March 23, 1829 – August 30, 1905) was a noted English artist who was born at Wordsley, Kingswinford, in Staffordshire. He was the eldest of the seven children of Jabez M...
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Bernard Cuzner
Bernard Lionel Cuzner (1877 – 4 January 1956) was an English silversmith and product designer.Cuzner was born in Alcester in Warwickshire and initially trained as a watchmaker, before showing ta...
Kate Eadie
Kate Muriel Mason Eadie RMS ARBSA (1878 – 8 November 1945) was a jeweller and craftswoman in Birmingham, England, working in the Arts and Crafts style. In September 1940, she married the Bi...
Bournville Centre for Visual Arts
The School of Art, Bournville (formerly Bournville College of Art and Bournville Centre for Visual Arts but also known as Bournville School of Art) was an art school in Birmingham, England. It was loc...
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Birmingham School of Art
The Birmingham School of Art was a municipal art school based in the centre of Birmingham, England. Although the organisation was absorbed by Birmingham Polytechnic in 1971 and is now part of Birmingh...
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