The second Birmingham Architecture Festival takes place this weekend in the city with a host of tours and events lined up.
The festival, which starts tomorrow and runs until Monday, is aiming to inspire the public to engage with the city's built environment.
Below is a list of 10 events and workshops to look out for and a selection of images from around the city. More details can be found on the festival website.
This workshop with Grace Cappy aims to bring together a traditional darkroom process rooted in architectural history and combine it with the architecture which makes up Birmingham's skyline. Cyanotypes is the original blue print process and will allow participants to get to grips with one of the first photographic processes.
Cycling Tour of Eastside
A two-hour trip around the Eastside district highlighting the role of artists in imagining what tomorrow could look like. The area is seeing unprecedented investment through projects such as Birmingham Conservatoire and the new Birmingham City University building as well as HS2.
Digbeth Buildings with Potential
The historic areas of Digbeth and Deritend will be the focus of tour led by Joe Holyoak who will examine the conservation areas and whether its charm can survive the influx of investment from HS2.
Guided Tour of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Rather than focus on the exhibits inside, Christine Moosavi will lead the tour of the building and examine its history.
Longbridge Public Art Project 'Walkshop'
Stephen Burke, photographic artist for Longbridge Public Art Project, is leading a 'walkshop' around the town as part of the Longbridge Public Art Project. He is hoping to explore public perceptions of what and where Longbridge is through its reconstruction, architecture, boundaries and significant history.
Moseley Photography Walking Tour
Join Attilio Fuimarella, a photographer with an architecture background, on a walking tour of Moseley. It will begin at Moseley Road Baths where he has recently been working on a photography commission as part of the Some Cities project.
Photowalk of Queensway
Pete Ashton will take a look at the area of St Chads Queensway, a part of the city which touches the Gun Quarter, Jewellery Quarter and Colmore Business District.
Saturday arts club BMAG Family workshop
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery will be the venue for a drop-in family arts activities and club.
Shooting Interiors - A Masterclass
The Staying Cool apartments high up in the Rotunda will host a photography masterclass on how to shoot interiors with architectural photographer Richard Southall.
Sketching the skyline
Also taking place in the Staying Cool apartments, this workshop offers the chance to sketch the city and skyline looking down on it from a new perspective, with Ruth Radcliffe.