26 of September, 11.30- 12.30
This month in our business Coffee and Cake we have the special help of Nirdesh Sandu. She have more than 30 years experience giving workshops and advice in the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, starting a business and as a mentor for young people in colleges.
She will be more than happy to advise you with your business and your accounts.
Join us for free coffee & cake from September on the last Friday of the month.
We would like all coworkers, tenants, self employed and small local businesses to come together, make new connections, meet new people and maybe even embark on new ventures.
If you would like more information on The Moseley Exchange or the coffee & cake event that we are holding next week, please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you!
10 of October – 10 December
You can come and view the exhibition at any time during our opening hours of 9am – 7pm Monday – Thursday or 9am – 6pm on Fridays.
Jade is a photographer based in Birmingham. Her work is focused on portrait.
This series shows how children see and express themselves in terms of identity. The use of hand painted pictures created by the children allows the audience to see how they, as children, see themselves thought self-expression.
Children’s portraiture is an area that fascinate Jade, which is how her initial ideas for this projects have developed. I wanted to present the children’s identities from their own perspective rather than from their parents. part of the experience of this projects was the interaction with the children and capturing their personalities as her goal.
8th of September – 6th October
Private View 7.00 – 8.00 pm
The first part of Shine Duggal’s exhibition, Captured Voices, is now available to view. ‘Capturing Voices’ is a two part exhibition supported by Moseley Community Alcohol Partnership and Udecide, in collaboration with Sifa Fireside. Working with staff and users at Sifa Fireside, Shine has created a conceptual project reflecting the voices and journeys of the individuals who get support from Sifa. The first part of the exhibition is a mixed media presentation of photography, alongside a piece of commissioned music and voice captured through research interviews and you can view this video by clicking on the image below.