Mixed Rage

11 January - 2 February


Produced by Sevonah Golabi and Cody Lee Barbour

The first exhibition from the newly formed Mixed Rage collective, We Are The Others, showcases works from various artists telling of their experiences of being mixed heritage. This exhibition considers the effect of ‘othering’, lack of representation, daily micro-aggressions and displacement felt by people of mixed heritage, interweaving the highly political and colonial backdrop into which they were born, aswell as celebrating their mixed cultures and heritage

View Mixed Rage Zine Edition 1 by Sevonah Golabi at: issuu.com

Window 1

Sherrie Edgar


Sherrie Edgar is an experimental visual artist creating innovative art films. For four years specialising in work on loneliness and isolation, Edgar actively researches, with the likes of Mental Health Productivity Pilot and Dr JanUlrich Kreft. Collaboration with Tarla Patel for International Women’s Month, and, activism with Million Women Rise.


Window 2

Niall Singh

(L-R) Street Party Relic.. (the Britain man)

Niall Singh is a mixed media artist based in Birmingham. He specialises in poetry and song.


Window 3

Jane Thakoordin

(L-R) Family 1 Family 2 Family 3

Jane is a Birmingham based participatory and multi-media/ textile artist, with over 30 years of collaborating with community groups and organisations to co-produce high quality art work. She is the founder of Birmingham Artivistas, a collective of women artists who create work with a social justice message.


Sticks and Stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me will stay forever.

Sina is a Polynesian artist from New Zealand who is passionate about making zines and digital art. A self taught artist, she draws inspiration from themes such as indigenous identity, body image, intersectional feminism and her struggles with growing up mixed race.


A note from the Art Rooms...

We are closed until the end of lockdown… whenever that may be! Hope to see you all in December … err 2021.

The building is for everyone in the community to enjoy, but we are asking creatives to get in touch with us to let us know how they would like to use the space. Please email us with your ideas including exhibitions and workshops.

We are working with local groups and setting up partnerships with other organisations – if you want to work with us get in touch.