A festival showcasing the finest architecture across Birmingham is returning to the city next month.
The second Birmingham Architecture Festival runs from from May 23 to 26 and will feature a series of events aimed at inspiring the public to engage with the city's built environment.
Among the planned events are guided tours examining 100 years of architecture within one mile of the University of Birmingham's Edgbaston campus, a look at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery building in Chamberlain Square and a photowalk of Queensway.
Workshops include photography and sketching sessions inside the famous Rotunda building, a close look objects in the Collections Centre at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and a family workshop at the Barber Institute of Fine Art.
There will also be a talk and panel discussion entitled 'Our City: Urban Perspectives' which will focus on how different urban communities, such as graffiti artists and skateboarders, view spaces in different ways.
The festival is being organised by creative producer and photographer Jenny Duffin, architect Laira Piccinato, production assistant and architect Callie Starkey and graphic designer Tristan Palmer.
Ms Duffin said the festival's ethos stemmed from the notion that no matter how long a place had been inhabited, there was always something new to discover.
Festival partners include Staying Cool, Barber Institute of Fine Art and Birmingham Conservation Trust.