Monthly round up – June

As if we’re already halfway through the year! June was rather a busy month for me! Here’s some of the things I got up to.

This month I have:

 

Visited:

Womens Institute Centenary Meeting at Royal Albert Hall (you can spot me about 1 hour & 6 minutes in on baton carrying duties)

Winterbourne House & Garden

Victoria Law Courts

Masonic Hall

Wednesbury Museum & Art Gallery

Municipal Bank

Still levelling the playing field: new initiatives for women’s rights

Shout About Brum – How To Bring Culture To The Public

BCU Talks Presents: What Birmingham Means To Me

Went to Creative Citizens Fair at Impact Hub

BCU School of Art

and

Donated blood for the first time

 

This month I have been reading:

Circumnavigating the Patriachy: Women’s Collectives by Rose Gibbs

Meryl Streep writes to every single member of Congress to demand gender equality

Why we need more ad makers that think #LikeAGirl

The greatest wisdom from Roald Dahl books for all moments in grown-up life

The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North (look out for my book report post – coming soon)

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listening to:

Martin Hannon Radio

Indietracks 2015 compilation

Alden Penner & Michael Cera

 

watching:

Suffragette trailer

How to be Bohemian with Victoria Coren Mitchell

The Game

Beyond Clueless

What Artists Do All Day – Tracey Emin

 

In July I’m looking forward to:

Moseley Festival

Ghost Streets of Balsall Heath – the photographs of Janet Mendelsohn

Drop & Swap

Andy Oliveri gig at 6/8 Kafe

A Force To Be Reckoned With

 

What are you most looking forward to in July? What recommendations have you got for things to see and do?

 

 

 

 

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