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Monday 17 October 2022
18:00pm - 20:00pm
Eagle & Ball
Maker Monday is back in-person on 17th October at the Eagle & Ball with a hands-on workshop with the amazing Birmingham Collage Collective.
Join us as Birmingham's highly established Maker Monday returns in-person to the Eagle and Ball pub in-person with the amazing Birmingham Collage Collective.
Monday 17th October 2022 6-8pm. Complimentary refreshments included.
Birmingham Collage Collective.
Birmingham Collage Collective was founded in January 2019 with the aim of making and sharing collage work as a group and bringing collage to wider attention in the city.
The collective acts as a focal point for the growing number of collage artists coming out of Birmingham - and our members range from new image-makers to experienced exhibiting artists.
Join Adam and his team for a talk and hands-on workshop where you get fully immersed in the world of collage making and what promises to be a fun and entertaining evening.
Places strictly limited.
About Maker Monday
Maker Monday is a highly established event based in Birmingham, UK and powered by STEAMhouse, a new centre for innovation and creation. Uniting talented people from different backgrounds in the arts, science, technology, engineering and maths – the STEAM sectors – to bring amazing new ideas to life.
For all queries regarding Maker Monday, please contact Maker Monday organiser- Tim Wilson - email@example.com / twitter: @timmy666
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Created in partnership with Eastside Projects and funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Arts Council England, we’re driving innovation and research for major long-term growth across the region. Bringing inventors, entrepreneurs, businesses and craftspeople together to develop exciting new ideas and products.
All photos used are taken by Thom Bartley.