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BY FRANCIS CLARKE
@ VOL 11
ON DEC 08, 2015
Francis Clarke, chair of the Birmingham Open Rights Group, told us about Digital Rights and why they matter.
Pecha Kucha Birmingham took place at Birmingham Open Media (BOM) on December 8th 2015.
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'Cultural intermediary' describes my work - I'm interested in the deeper exploration of the world immediately around me. Where that leads might mean a festival of walking tours, looking at lettering on buildings, plundering archives, providing a cultural consultancy service, the championing of John Baskerville, sculptures made from voles...
Pete Ashton runs Photo School, an evolving approach to teaching photography and the art of looking at the city. He has recently been building and adapting a mobile Camera Obscura. People hire Pete to do all manner of things, from photography, workshops on how to use the Internet and can often be found in a technical role behind the scenes at local live events.
Kerry Leslie is a graphic designer and illustrator, designer in residence at Birmingham Open Media, and Senior Designer at Aston Villa Football Club. She’s the editor of the Created in Birmingham blog, a round up of Birmingham-centric creative activity and is the Manager of Stirchley Community Market. She previously co-ran the local chapter of Glug, who program live events for the design and creative community.