Past Birmingham Event: VOL 23

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VOL 23

October 02, 2019
@ Assay Studios

Preparation for Volume 23 of PechaKucha Birmingham is underway! We've teamed up with the local branch of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce - or RSA - to showcase the interests, outlooks and flavours of Birmingham's RSA members.

So join us on Wed 2 Oct at the amazing Assay Studio, a venue kindly supplied by the RSA, who are also bringing the nibbles and refreshments.

This is another free PK Night but booking ahead is advised via this link:

Update: we are now fully booked for this event, though you can still add your name to the waiting list with the above link.

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Ben and the PK team

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Primordial Sanctuary

@ VOL 23 ON OCT 02, 2019

Shaheen is a Kirigami artist combining brushwork, ink and threads. Her work is driven by her empathy for those suffering world wide. Her practise includes mark making on maps, and is a form of therapeutic meditative minimalism.

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Derek's Homework

@ VOL 23 ON OCT 02, 2019

It is Dundee, 1968. The City Fathers are yet again hell bent on spending money they don't have on changes no one particularly wants - and Derek has to write about his dreams. He is never likely to make it to San Francisco with flowers in his hair. Perhaps the best he can hope for is joining the Fintry Shams.

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Babies and opera - how does that work?

@ VOL 23 ON OCT 02, 2019

Zoe asks: what would it it look like when you put babies and opera together? The answer might surprise you!

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RSA Academies

@ VOL 23 ON OCT 02, 2019

Colin presents an overview of the work of RSA Academies, including their principal priorities or "Commitments" (Arts, Culture, Creativity; World of Work, Wellbeing & Mental Health) and their work on RSA "distinctiveness".

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Investing in a Resilient Generation: Keys to a Mentally Prosperous Nation

@ VOL 23 ON OCT 02, 2019

Dr Benjamin Costello shows how the Mental Health Policy Commission looks beyond treatment to promote mental health and well-being, with evidence from people with experience of mental distress, families, practitioners, communities, academics, and policy-makers.

No presenters have been added to this event.