Each month at Ormeau Baths sees our event spaces come alive with a variety of workshops, meet-ups and events hosted by a wide range of businesses.
This month we have a whole host of events coming to Ormeau Baths including start-up competitions, documentary screenings, Belfast Design Week meetups and wellness events.
To find out more about any of the events listed below simply follow the link where you can register for tickets. Keep this post bookmarked and check back for event updates at Ormeau Baths.
Power for Impact
Date: Monday 4th November
As part of Belfast Design Week, join us for a screening of the UTV Documentary, Not In My Generation.
This documentary followed a group of young people from Belfast alongside Queen’s postgraduate students as they participated in the Graduate School’s IMPACT Global Challenge with R-City Belfast. The programme ran across January – June 2019 and included a 2-week challenge set in Cape Town, South Africa. The team met with a further group of young leaders in Cape Town, Bonteheuwel to co-design solutions to a range of social challenges, drawing on experiences from their own communities and across multi-disciplinary research areas.
Queen’s Graduate School will be launching a new IMPACT Local Challenge, working with Project Partner R-City to co-design a follow-on project. Join us to hear about how design is supporting those engaged to make an impact in their local communities and the world around them.
Hustle 9 Meet Up
Date: Wednesday 6th November
Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Hustle returns for ninth innings (and in their fifth year) to overlap with Belfast Design Week 2019. As ever it’s about getting your fix of design inspiration and leaving with some extra, well, hustle!
The format follows tradition with two speakers and welcome drinks. Speakers will be announced soon, but now is your chance to secure your place. We promise they won’t disappoint.
Women In Business: Calm Your Mind Yoga
Date: Wednesday 13th November
Time: 3:30pm – 5:00pm
We live in a busy modern world and the chances are, in order to keep everything ‘ticking over’, most of us exert a significant amount of energy into work, projects and other people.
This event is an opportunity for you to take a step back and check-in with yourself. Often most people will put their own health and at the very bottom of a busy ‘to – do’ list. We hope to address this by providing a gentle yoga class for all abilities.
Energy Institute: Amped Start-Up Competition
Date: Wednesday 20th November
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
The Energy Institute in Northern Ireland is looking for the brightest minds in energy from across Ireland for its new Amped initiative, part of its Opportunities in Energy series. Amped is a start-up elevator pitch competition, focused specifically on the energy sector, and applications are now open.
Sponsored by Energia Group and supported by Tughans Solicitors, and Ormeau Baths, the competition is calling for any start-ups connected to the energy sector to compete for a prize fund of £2,500, as well as six months’ free workspace at Ormeau Baths in Belfast.
Start-ups must have been formally organised for less than four years in either NI or ROI and should offer a product or service which is directly relevant to the energy sector. Applicants must submit a short, written application by Thursday 31st October and shortlisted companies will pitch their idea to a panel of industry experts at the final, at Ormeau Baths in Belfast on 20th November.
If you would like to get involved, more details on how to jump-start your start-up and an application form can be obtained by contacting Andrew Kirke at email@example.com.
Nigma Presents: How Technology is Impacting Healthcare
Date: Thursday 21st November
Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
The Nigma Community is a series of community-led events for developers by developers to keep up to date on the latest technology trends, frameworks and insights etc.
For their latest event they’ve hand-picked 3 speakers from some of the UK’s most innovative companies that are building technology that are set to transform healthcare including Jen Estherby (Health Tech Lead, Barclays Eagle Labs), Lyndsey Parsons (Software Architect, Kraydel) on How IoT is Impacting the Aging Population and Mark Cunningham (Machine Learning Engineer, Axial3D) on Using Machine Learning for Medical Image Segmentation – Making 3D Printing Routine in Medicine.