Next event, 30 July 2010

The next BSMC will be on:

Friday 30 July 2010, downstairs at the Coffee Lounge on Navigation Street

The customary listings are on Upcoming and Facebook – add yourself to say you’ll be coming and people will be able to know to look out for you.

This month’s sponsors has just been confirmed as Rhubarb Rhubarb, the photography training and development agency. Coffees and teas will be on them so come down and say hi.

As an added bonus, as part of a series of events Rhubarb Rhubarb are running over the next few weeks, there will be a seminar on Thursday 29 July at 1pm and BSMC folks can get tickets for half price (see below):

Now that the whole world is blogging, tweeting and Facebooking, what does this mean for the image? Is this obsession with technology for pleasure, self promotion or the hard sell? Does it begin with creativity but end up being financial? If you give more, do you get more back? Are there really free marketing possibilities and what do they look like? How do you integrate the demands of sharing technologies into your life and business? Where do creativity, well being and a sense of community live in your world? What will the fine art of the future look like and who will be making it, showing it, and where? How will artists be able to find their way through this myriad of electronic riddles and live to tell the story?

Speakers include Simon Roberts, Christian Payne and Mark McPherson.

Tickets are £20 for most people, but there’s a 50% discount for people who hear about this event via the BSMC. Just get in touch with Lorna Mary-Webb at, tell her we sent you and claim your £10 ticket.


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