Free virtual reality art session at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

A free session in the city will see visitors able to learn more about one visual artist’s work with virtual reality technology.

Designer and programmer James Aliban will give people the chance to join his work as he tests and experiments at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery between midday and 3pm tomorrow.

A spokesperson said: “James’ work is fun, intuitive and interactive. Music, lights, sounds and animation combine, allowing visitors to compose and make their own artwork.”

Entry to the drop-in session is free.

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