Every Monday at Impact Hub Birmingham is Open Project Night, 6.30pm – 10.30pm.
Once a week we fling open the doors of Impact Hub Birmingham extra wide and invite any imagineers working on projects, ventures and ideas focused on unleashing a better us – a better Birmingham – to all come together in the same space. Creatives, activists, entrepreneurs, dreamers, scientists, makers and doers, everyone is welcome to come along to add their vision of a better Birmingham.
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What’s happening tonight?
The theme for this month’s meet up is #queersmas. Unmuted is a laid back space where new members are welcome any time.
This is a closed space in order to encourage a safe and open environment. Unmuted will be holding other events in the future which are open to allies etc. They welcome back our monthly meet ups for People of Colour who identify as LGBTQI and people of colour who are questioning ONLY supported by IMPACT HUB Birmingham. Please note, the meet ups are a in a non alcohol space, with a a no photo zone policy. If you would like anymore information or need some questions answering : email@example.com
Sisters Uncut is a feminist direct action group that campaigns to prevent and reverse cuts to domestic violence services and austerity measures. the group is open to all those identifying as women; including those with multi-gender identities and those who experience oppression as women.
The purpose of this event is to open up a discussion about efficiency and the operating model for this network. We’ll be exploring practices of collectivity and how to make best use of the connections we have, as we seek to develop this forum.
As part of the event, Ian Sergeant will be sharing his experiences of a recent research trip to Chicago, as we look at how research applies to creativity and ideas, particularly in the context of ‘people, places and spaces’.
The network is open to producers at all levels and across all art-forms, who identify as ‘of colour’/BAME/non-white. In this context, we use ‘producer’ as an overarching term for artist-producers, arts administrators, creative producers, curators, programming staff, event managers and project managers, working across all creative industries.
The Network would love to have your input for this event. Please email Amahra Spence to let her know you’re able to attend.
Also, if you have ideas or projects you’d like to share with the group at a future event, do get in touch.
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