Design Week Birmingham Agency Open House 2015. Cayenne Creative.

Networking Nights

08-15-2024

Presented by Sidewalk Film Festival + Center at Sidewalk Film Center + Cinema, Birmingham
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Aug 15 @ 5:00 pm

Each month join us in the lobby to network with other filmmakers, local crew, industry professionals, and creatives. Come out, grab a drink, and network! Stick around afterward for Sidewalk's Monthly Movie Trivia at 8pm.

Each month join us in the lobby to network with other filmmakers, local crew, industry professionals, and creatives. Come out, grab a drink, and network! Stick around afterward for Sidewalk's Monthly Movie Trivia at 8pm.

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Tags:  Books + Film

In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter Exhibit

10-20-2024

Presented by Create Birmingham at Historic Marc Steel Building, Birmingham
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Oct 03 @ 10:00 am Fri, Oct 04 @ 10:00 am Sat, Oct 05 @ 10:00 am + 9 more dates and times

Sun, Oct 06 @ 1:00 pm Thu, Oct 10 @ 10:00 am Fri, Oct 11 @ 10:00 am Sat, Oct 12 @ 10:00 am Sun, Oct 13 @ 1:00 pm Thu, Oct 17 @ 10:00 am Fri, Oct 18 @ 10:00 am Sat, Oct 19 @ 10:00 am Sun, Oct 20 @ 1:00 pm - less dates and times

Create Birmingham, in partnership with narrative studio 1504, Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, and sculptor Joe Minter, will produce In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter. In October, 20-30 of Minter’s pieces will be featured...

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Create Birmingham, in partnership with narrative studio 1504, Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, and sculptor Joe Minter, will produce In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter. In October, 20-30 of Minter’s pieces will be featured in a groundbreaking exhibition inside of The Marc Steel Building, a historic warehouse in Birmingham’s Titusville community.

This site is significant to Mr. Minter’s family history and Birmingham’s industrial history, as well as the lives of other prominent artists in Mr. Minter’s peer group, including artist and musician Lonnie Holley and artist Thornton Dial. The exhibit will be developed collaboratively by 1504 and Mr. Minter, with creative support from curator Matt Arnett and Mr. Holley.

Mr. Minter has lived in the Titusville community for more than fifty years where he has created the sprawling African Village in America on the half-acre property around his home. Part sculpture garden and part memorial, this art environment is filled with sculptures made from scrap metal and found materials. Its theme is recognition of African American history from the first arrivals of captured Africans through slavery to the convict labor system and the Civil Rights Movement to the systemic racism and violence that persists today.
Mr. Minter’s pieces have been in major US exhibitions and are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Birmingham Museum of Art. While he has been the subject of solo shows elsewhere, In Our Own Backyard will be the first exhibit in Birmingham and the state that focuses solely on his work.

The sculptures will be shown alongside new audio and film components created by 1504 that will contextualize the importance of Mr. Minter’s work. Free public programs will take place throughout the October exhibit.

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Tags:   Family + CampsArt + Stage

In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter Opening Night Celebration

10-03-2024

Presented by Create Birmingham at Historic Marc Steel Building, Birmingham
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Oct 03 @ 5:30 pm

Create Birmingham, in partnership with narrative studio 1504, Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, and sculptor Joe Minter, will produce In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter. In October, 20-30 of Minter’s pieces will be featured...

[more+]

Create Birmingham, in partnership with narrative studio 1504, Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, and sculptor Joe Minter, will produce In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter. In October, 20-30 of Minter’s pieces will be featured in a groundbreaking exhibition inside of The Marc Steel Building, a historic warehouse in Birmingham’s Titusville community.

This site is significant to Mr. Minter’s family history and Birmingham’s industrial history, as well as the lives of other prominent artists in Mr. Minter’s peer group, including artist and musician Lonnie Holley and artist Thornton Dial. The exhibit will be developed collaboratively by 1504 and Mr. Minter, with creative support from curator Matt Arnett and Mr. Holley.

Mr. Minter has lived in the Titusville community for more than fifty years where he has created the sprawling African Village in America on the half-acre property around his home. Part sculpture garden and part memorial, this art environment is filled with sculptures made from scrap metal and found materials. Its theme is recognition of African American history from the first arrivals of captured Africans through slavery to the convict labor system and the Civil Rights Movement to the systemic racism and violence that persists today.
Mr. Minter’s pieces have been in major US exhibitions and are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Birmingham Museum of Art. While he has been the subject of solo shows elsewhere, In Our Own Backyard will be the first exhibit in Birmingham and the state that focuses solely on his work.

The sculptures will be shown alongside new audio and film components created by 1504 that will contextualize the importance of Mr. Minter’s work. Free public programs will take place throughout the October exhibit.

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Tags:   Family + CampsArt + Stage

Networking Nights

11-21-2024

Presented by Sidewalk Film Festival + Center at Sidewalk Film Center + Cinema, Birmingham
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Nov 21 @ 5:00 pm

Each month join us in the lobby to network with other filmmakers, local crew, industry professionals, and creatives. Come out, grab a drink, and network! Stick around afterward for Sidewalk's Monthly Movie Trivia at 8pm.

Each month join us in the lobby to network with other filmmakers, local crew, industry professionals, and creatives. Come out, grab a drink, and network! Stick around afterward for Sidewalk's Monthly Movie Trivia at 8pm.

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Tags:  Books + Film

Networking Nights

08-15-2024

Presented by Sidewalk Film Festival + Center at Sidewalk Film Center + Cinema, Birmingham
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Aug 15 @ 5:00 pm

Each month join us in the lobby to network with other filmmakers, local crew, industry professionals, and creatives. Come out, grab a drink, and network! Stick around afterward for Sidewalk's Monthly Movie Trivia at 8pm.

Each month join us in the lobby to network with other filmmakers, local crew, industry professionals, and creatives. Come out, grab a drink, and network! Stick around afterward for Sidewalk's Monthly Movie Trivia at 8pm.

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Tags:  Books + Film

In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter Exhibit

10-20-2024

Presented by Create Birmingham at Historic Marc Steel Building, Birmingham
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Oct 03 @ 10:00 am Fri, Oct 04 @ 10:00 am Sat, Oct 05 @ 10:00 am + 9 more dates and times

Sun, Oct 06 @ 1:00 pm Thu, Oct 10 @ 10:00 am Fri, Oct 11 @ 10:00 am Sat, Oct 12 @ 10:00 am Sun, Oct 13 @ 1:00 pm Thu, Oct 17 @ 10:00 am Fri, Oct 18 @ 10:00 am Sat, Oct 19 @ 10:00 am Sun, Oct 20 @ 1:00 pm - less dates and times

Create Birmingham, in partnership with narrative studio 1504, Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, and sculptor Joe Minter, will produce In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter. In October, 20-30 of Minter’s pieces will be featured...

[more+]

Create Birmingham, in partnership with narrative studio 1504, Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, and sculptor Joe Minter, will produce In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter. In October, 20-30 of Minter’s pieces will be featured in a groundbreaking exhibition inside of The Marc Steel Building, a historic warehouse in Birmingham’s Titusville community.

This site is significant to Mr. Minter’s family history and Birmingham’s industrial history, as well as the lives of other prominent artists in Mr. Minter’s peer group, including artist and musician Lonnie Holley and artist Thornton Dial. The exhibit will be developed collaboratively by 1504 and Mr. Minter, with creative support from curator Matt Arnett and Mr. Holley.

Mr. Minter has lived in the Titusville community for more than fifty years where he has created the sprawling African Village in America on the half-acre property around his home. Part sculpture garden and part memorial, this art environment is filled with sculptures made from scrap metal and found materials. Its theme is recognition of African American history from the first arrivals of captured Africans through slavery to the convict labor system and the Civil Rights Movement to the systemic racism and violence that persists today.
Mr. Minter’s pieces have been in major US exhibitions and are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Birmingham Museum of Art. While he has been the subject of solo shows elsewhere, In Our Own Backyard will be the first exhibit in Birmingham and the state that focuses solely on his work.

The sculptures will be shown alongside new audio and film components created by 1504 that will contextualize the importance of Mr. Minter’s work. Free public programs will take place throughout the October exhibit.

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Tags:   Family + CampsArt + Stage

In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter Opening Night Celebration

10-03-2024

Presented by Create Birmingham at Historic Marc Steel Building, Birmingham
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Oct 03 @ 5:30 pm

Create Birmingham, in partnership with narrative studio 1504, Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, and sculptor Joe Minter, will produce In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter. In October, 20-30 of Minter’s pieces will be featured...

[more+]

Create Birmingham, in partnership with narrative studio 1504, Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, and sculptor Joe Minter, will produce In Our Own Backyard: A Celebration of Joe Minter. In October, 20-30 of Minter’s pieces will be featured in a groundbreaking exhibition inside of The Marc Steel Building, a historic warehouse in Birmingham’s Titusville community.

This site is significant to Mr. Minter’s family history and Birmingham’s industrial history, as well as the lives of other prominent artists in Mr. Minter’s peer group, including artist and musician Lonnie Holley and artist Thornton Dial. The exhibit will be developed collaboratively by 1504 and Mr. Minter, with creative support from curator Matt Arnett and Mr. Holley.

Mr. Minter has lived in the Titusville community for more than fifty years where he has created the sprawling African Village in America on the half-acre property around his home. Part sculpture garden and part memorial, this art environment is filled with sculptures made from scrap metal and found materials. Its theme is recognition of African American history from the first arrivals of captured Africans through slavery to the convict labor system and the Civil Rights Movement to the systemic racism and violence that persists today.
Mr. Minter’s pieces have been in major US exhibitions and are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Birmingham Museum of Art. While he has been the subject of solo shows elsewhere, In Our Own Backyard will be the first exhibit in Birmingham and the state that focuses solely on his work.

The sculptures will be shown alongside new audio and film components created by 1504 that will contextualize the importance of Mr. Minter’s work. Free public programs will take place throughout the October exhibit.

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Tags:   Family + CampsArt + Stage

Networking Nights

11-21-2024

Presented by Sidewalk Film Festival + Center at Sidewalk Film Center + Cinema, Birmingham
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Nov 21 @ 5:00 pm

Each month join us in the lobby to network with other filmmakers, local crew, industry professionals, and creatives. Come out, grab a drink, and network! Stick around afterward for Sidewalk's Monthly Movie Trivia at 8pm.

Each month join us in the lobby to network with other filmmakers, local crew, industry professionals, and creatives. Come out, grab a drink, and network! Stick around afterward for Sidewalk's Monthly Movie Trivia at 8pm.

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Tags:  Books + Film