Redeye’s Speed Networking
22nd February 2017
18:00 to 20:00 – Cherry Reds, Birmingham
This REDEYE event is designed to take the fear out of networking and provides photographers and artists with the opportunity to talk about their work and make new connections, all in pain-free, 10-minute slots!
Ever had that overwhelming feeling of social anxiety when the word ‘networking’ is muttered? Ever avoided walking up to a person and introducing yourself as a photographer or artist? Then struggled to remember what your work is, never mind coherently talk about it?
If the answer to any of the above is ‘yes’, ‘maybe’ or ‘please stop talking about networking’, come along on 22 February 2017 for an anti-networking event at Cherry Reds Bar, Birmingham.
At Speed Networking, you won’t be thrown into a pit of humans and forced to navigate the room like a lost sheep. Instead, you’ll sit down with another friendly photographer or artist, tell each other a bit about your work and then move on to the next friendly photographer or artist to repeat the process. Easy, right? By the time you’ve made your way around the room, you’ll have talked about your work so many times you’ll be uttering your elevator pitch in your sleep.
This event is the perfect place to practise presenting your work, and to meet with other photographers and artists in the region.
This is a Redeye event in partnership with GRAIN.
This event starts at 18:00 on 22 February 2017 until 20:00. Doors open at 17:30.
This event takes place at Cherry Reds Bar, 88-92 John Bright Street, Birmingham, B1 1BN. The venue is fully accessible.
Please book your ticket using the links below. You need to be signed in to do so. Tickets are £7.50. Redeye members £3.50, concession tickets £5.00.
Who is it for?
This event is for any photographers, artists or anyone working in a connected field, looking to meet new people, practise talking about their work and gain new professional connections. It’s open to photographers and artists at every level, and is highly recommended for experienced and non-experienced networkers alike!
Image: Arthur Siuksta