“We started Birmingham Music Network and The Screen Image Network to act as a meeting point and gathering place for the regions Music and Film community. Together we are creating a new way to work. The two networks are an organic thing that have grown directly out of the enthusiasm of a disparate group of creative individuals. The meetings are for people who are trying to find a different way to make a life and express their ideas outside the structures of conventional business models, academia, government and the funding machinery of the West Midlands.”
The next Music Network will be led by Anthony Hughes. The meeting starts at 4pm and will finish at 5.30pm on Thursday 30th April 2015 in Room 435 at Birmingham City University, Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG.
The next Music Network will be led by Anthony Hughes. The meeting starts at 4pm and will finish at 5.30pm on Thursday 30th October 2014 in Room 435 at Birmingham City University, Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG.
Birmingham Music Network Meeting – 30th January 2014
Present: Robin Valk – Radio To Go, Matt Fisher – Giraffe Audio, Nick Romluc – Giraffe Audio, Yaz Alexander – Domeclub / Indie Artist, Mark Sampson – Iron Man Records / Birmingham Music Network, Adrian Kimberline – Exit Recording, Dave Simcox – Lichfield Arts, Dan Griffin – Illustrator / Animator, Dan Nicholas – Interested in Music Platforms, Peter Murtagh – Freelance Audio Engineer, Laura – Student BCU, Patrick – Student BCU
We’re currently looking for an inexpensive venue for the dome, so we can run commercial shows & work with local students & artists. If you love art, film and music you’ll love this – for everyone interested in digital film, photography, graphic design, 360 degree film technology, art, music, dance, theatre, drama, script-writing, collaborative work and much more check out www.domeclub.co.uk
To book your tickets click the link above for the show you’d like to see! (No password required)
This is an exciting new medium that needs to be seen in person to get the full experience.
Dome Club has enjoyed a superb first season at The Custard Factory. All tickets sold out half way through the month and the happy customers and encouraging comments on our Facebook page – as well as a number of positive reviews elsewhere – bear witness to the appeal of the fulldome experience.
We’re putting on an extra event this Friday 31st January consisting of three special performances.
We’ve reduced tickets to only 30 per performance, so don’t delay.
The events have been going well and the Pink Floyd shows have been selling out each time so get your tickets early.
Dome Club are looking for people to create content for showing on the Dome Screen
Ideas suggested to get in touch with Alex Patterson, The Orb, John Sinclair, Youth about the 360 dome club idea….
“success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm”
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Nick Giraffe Audio
A few questions about Dome Club and discussion followed.
www.lichfieldarts.org.uk 07989 165361 email@example.com Lichfield is only 30mins from Birmingham city center In March they have a rock night, with three bands for £6 Idea to bring out a younger audience Fred Zeppelin are playing Fuse festival happens every year Dance Circus skills, spoken word. A lot of work is going into programming interesting events in Lichfield for younger audiences right up to the more senior audiences. Anyone with good ideas or suggestions is welcome to get in touch. Dave would like to hear from good bands, booking agents, theatre or event organisers with pitches for events to be considered by Lichfield Arts.
Dan Griffin Animator…had a few points to make and questions about Dome Club. He is interested in providing content for the 360 screen.