Friday lunchtime links 16th November 2012. Here are a few things we have noted in the past week. If you have anything to add please do so in the comments section.
- Hello Culture 2012 Join some of the country’s leading cultural and digital minds as they explore digital transformation as a way for organisations to produce, interact, create, curate and engage with cultural experiences.
- FLUID GOING ONE DIRECTION | FLUID Jewellery Quarter based agency Fluid have created the artwork for One Direction’s new album.
- Digbeth Photo Walk – November | Matt and Pete’s Photo School November’s Digbeth Walk is now open for bookings.
- SHOUT festival returns to the mac Tomorrow there’s a free screening of Pull Yourself Together, a new documentary exploring five people from Birmingham’s LGBT community as they bravely share their experience of mental health.
- Radio To Go: Ten weeks on from Mittwoch Looking back at Birmingham Opera Company’s stupendous summer production of Stockhausen’s impossible to sing / play / stage Mittwoch Aus Licht.
- Creative England and the Library of Birmingham announce innovative new investment program In advance of its opening in September 2013, The Library of Birmingham and Creative England have joined forces to invest in digital solutions to help deliver what will be the UK’s first truly “21st century library”.
- You’ve probably seen the Economist’s article ‘Second City, Second Class‘, The Drum have written about the local media reaction, and rather interestingly, Dave Harte has taken a look into the evidence in The Economists article.
Over the past week or so we wrote about Frame_, who are hosting a launch party tonight at the Old Joint Stock. We wrote about Indigo Octagon‘s art exhibition launch tonight at the Works, and we also covered a few other events/film screenings in last weeks round up. If you don’t fancy any of those things, the annual Birmingham Frankfurt Christmas Market and Craft Fair started last night.