15 annual High Sheriff Garden Party was held in the Garden Terrace of the Library of Birmingham on the 23rd July. A champagne reception by Selfridges&CO was very welcoming.
As well as making the inspiring awards it was an opportunity for past and present High Sheriffs, Mayors and members of the judiciary to enjoy each others company, meet a wide range of West Midland people from business and public sectors including the arts and creative industries.
Before and after the awards ceremony there were many networking opportunities for sharing of views from across the County.
Music and art of many types were the back drop to Creative Future speeches and a surprise appearance by Citizen Khan creator and star Adil Ray, from Yardley to BBC1 Primetime.
Selfridges award winner, Yusuf Niazi met with the Selfridges team to plan the prize arrangements.
The High Sheriff’s young people’s Arts and Creative Programme was the stimulation for the Garden Party Exhibition curated by Graham Peet and Marian Davies. Inc West Brom’s Learnplay, BCU’s Blitz in the darkroom, BFI Mediatheque films from the region, Stans Cafe installation Of All The People Of All The World.
An Inspiring evening in the garden in the city.
below is a gallery of high quality pictures of the evening by Herbert Walters
Summer is ahead – enjoy