Moseley Arts Market

Every 4th Saturday in the month, 9am to 3pm –

Come and see the delights of our street market featuring Moseley based Designers/Makers and specially selected guests.

Moseley is one of Birmingham’s artistic hotbeds, home to many creative people. The Arts Market is a showcase for local talent and the best from further abroad. Held alongside the monthly Farmer’s Market you’ll find a range of original artworks, traditional and contemporary crafts, and handmade jewellery from professional and semi professional Designer/Makers who will be pleased to talk to you about their work or discuss bespoke commissions. Everything sold at Moseley Arts Market must be produced by the stallholder – we do not allow any bought in or imported crafts.

Follow the link to download an application for the next Moseley Arts Market:

Notice: Local Councillors

Ward Meetings and Advice Surgeries are back on

Local Councillors will be resuming Ward meetings and Advice surgeries from July 8th at the Moseley Exchange. The sessions are drop-ins (No appointment needed) and will be held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at 6-7pm.

Current government social distancing guidelines still apply.

If you have any concerns or need to speak to your Moseley Ward Councillors, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Contact Moseley Ward Councillors:

Tel: 01213032039 (Messages)

Kerry Jenkins
[email protected]

Martin Straker Welds
[email protected]

‘Diversity’ Art Exhibition

Exhibition open 5 September to 31 October 2017


Diversity by The Core Collective

The Diversity art exhibition brings together Artist and Creators from the Core Collective in an exhibition that sets out to show their Diversity of Approach, style, creative process and work.

Photographer Karen Cross, artists Paula Gabb, Carolina Arbuthnot, Marie Smith, Emma Sibbing, Julie Robertson and Art Doll Creator Alison Jackson, have put together and exhibition of their work that shows the diversity of each other’s work, mirrored against that of the group as a whole.

From engaging landscapes and cityscapes to evocative photos capturing the changing world, stands with contemporary artwork of midlands landmarks, thought provoking modern art and entertaining art dolls.

The exhibition holds something for everyone, with vibrant artworks juxtaposed with stunning black & white images, we hope it will entertain, enthral and enjoy this collective of creative work.

Diversity runs from the 5th September until 31st October 2017
The Core Collective are a group of like mind creatives who come together to share, inspire, develop and exhibit their work within the West Midlands region.

Donations welcome in aid of chosen charity, Disability Resource Centre, towards their art groups for Birmingham.

For further information & to explore our membership:
For further information about our charity Disability Resource Centre: