Would you like to share your industry experience or business start-up advice in one of our monthly inspirational evening talks?
A new series of discussions are being set up. The discussions will be on topical issues from freelancers. The monthly discussions are held in our coworking space one evening in the week. Coworkers and tenants are invited to bring guests who might be interested in the particular topic of discussion.
Past guest speakers have included:
Alex Lockett -Art Industries Deborah Aston – Film Industries Jez Collins – Music Industries Andy Hartwell – Design Industires
If you would be interested in being a guest speaker in one of our monthly creative exchange discussions or would like to just find out more, please contact one of the team at [email protected]
We look forward to hearing from you!
Deadline 18 of December
Moseley Exchange is offering a Open Submission Exhibition. This is an open call to artists in the disciplines of visual art, design, photography and fine art.
The gallery will host a selection of successful artists for a two months period. This Open Submission will work on a contract basis as all artists will have the chance to sell their work. The contract will outline that an exhibition fee with No commission to the gallery on behalf of its services if any of the works sell.
If you want to be part of Open Submission please send a short artist statement and an outline of the work. It is also essential that supporting documentation of the work can be viewed by the gallery before a decision can be made.
This opportunity is available in: Birmingham
For further information, please contact [email protected]com, or visit http://moseleyexchange.com/exhibitions/ ”
Exhibition: 14 October – 14 January
Opening: 9.00 am – 8:00 pm
Jude explores the concept of natural graffiti and uses mark-making as inspiration for her work with photography and textiles.She uses her immediate surroundings as a source of rich visual information.
The marks made by cracked and peeling paint and other man made shapes and materials are usually in a stark contrast to the natural growth and decay in forgotten places and abandoned industrial buildings.
“I use natural materials such as wool and silk to make large scale and installation pieces that respond to the environment they are placed in”