We warmly invite you to join us for an informal evening at Light House. The Black Country Business Festival is the perfect opportunity to celebrate one of the best cultural venues in the region. There is also a chance to learn more about Black Country ‘100 Masters’ from a Master himself.
‘100 Masters’ aims to identify contemporary skilled people from the Black Country and help inspire future talent. It will offer local people a fresh perspective about the strengths, skills, talent and expertise surfacing from their local opportunity.
6pm – Welcome drinks.
6:30pm – Presentations.
Kelly Jeffs, CEO – an introduction to Light House, and using arts and creativity to improve health and wellbeing in and out the workplace.
Jas Kapur, Cinema & Operations Manager, Light House & Black Country ‘100 Master’
TBC Creative Black Country representatives.
7pm – Screening of new British film ‘The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Society’ starring Lily James.
9pm – Networking and drinks.
Kelly Jeffs had a range of rewarding and challenging roles before becoming CEO of Light House. Her role is vital in safeguarding a crucial part of Wolverhampton’s culture and civic life.
Jas Kapur is one of the Black Country ‘100 Masters’ for Film Projection, Cinematic Practices and Technology. He has had a long career, beginning in 1979, in cinema and film projection and has become recognised for his skills locally and nationally.