(left) Anan co-founder of Think.Web in Jakarta; (centre) Karen, founder of BOM; (right) Rama, technical lead at Think.Web On a
We’re excited to announce the new cohort of BOM Fellows, joining us from September 2019. We will be welcoming nine
BOM and Think.Web, a digital impact agency based in Jakarta, Indonesia have secured £82,489 from The British Council to develop
Visitor Experience Assistant BOM www.bom.org.uk £8.50 per hour, 22 Hours per week We’re looking for a happy, energetic and proactive
Members of our young people’s programme (BOM+ for 16 to 24 year olds) caught up with Kitty, the AI protagonist
Our new café is an inclusive space serving locally made food and supporting social enterprises. Fitted out with science lab
BOM is delighted to be participating in the Digital Design Weekend in London once again to present the world premiere
Join us for drinks to celebrate our re-launch. Preview the Beholder exhibition, see our gallery refurb and brand new cafe.
A BOM project in collaboration with The Open Data Institute We are looking for adults over 18 who identify as
Early August 2018 I (Louise, BOM’s Head of Programme) travelled to Jakarta as part of the British Council’s DICE Fund.
As you know BOM’s physical home, our central Birmingham building, is undergoing a rather radical makeover. Making the building as
Over the last 2 years BOM have been working with Lifepatch in Indonesia. Supported by the British Council, we welcomed
BOM Welcomes Jameela Khan We’re delighted to announce that our Indonesian Residency, in collaboration with the British Council and LifePatch,
This year, fourteen new positions have been created in both up-and-coming and well-known arts organisations throughout Birmingham. The vacancies will
PROJECT: Sarinah, apa kabarmu? (Sarinah, how are you?) BOM (Birmingham Open Media), Lifepatch and British Council Deadline for Proposals: Friday 15