This is our newest meet up and our first venture into monthly morning meet ups designed to bring creatives together, get them talking over coffee and presenting ideas and work to the Badego community.Held at Urban Coffee Company on Church Street, you’ll get the chance to chat with like minded people, see an inspiring talk and have breakfast.
Tickets are priced at just £4, and entitle you to a tea or coffee, an orange juice and a breakfast pastry. Everything you need to start the day right. There’s half an hour of chat before the speaker gets started, enough time for you to network and take care of your breakfast.The speakers talk for roughly 30 to 45 minutes and there’s time at the end for questions and more chat. You can get your tickets and find out more about this month’s speaker below, see you there!
Event InfoFriday 18th November - 8.30am
Hanny is a Mexican photographer living in Birmingham. Her work has been featured in many places, including BrumPic, BBC News Big Picture and the Mail and Post.
Recently Hanny won Orb Studio’s Brand Brum photography competition and we’ll be talking to her about her entries and her work in general ahead of the launch of the Brand Brum exhibition at Urban.
Verity is a professional photographer and educator working out of the city of Birmingham, UK. She is happiest when outdoors capturing the landscape and loves to travel, both around the UK and beyond. Since moving to Birmingham in 2012, Verity has enjoyed capturing the beauty to be found in the city and sharing this imagery wherever possible
Urban Coffee Company, Church Street
We hold the event upstairs at Urban Coffee Company on Church Street in the city centre.
They have very kindly agreed to host us monthly, offering their fine drinks and pastries. It’s a great place to visit with nice surroundings and art on the walls.
Brand Brum Exhibition
First chance to see Brand Brum exhibition
In addition to the talks, we will be debuting the Brand Brum exhibition. We’ve teamed up with Orb to display the entries from their competition in August, asking photographers around the city to capture Birmingham in 10 photos. There will be 60 photographers on display, covering two walls of Urban.