Getting together to chat about everything and anything Internet of Things-related, from connected devices to citizen sensing, smart cities to privacy. Not just for the geeks, but also the product designers,
Dr Andrew Fisher, anatomy lecturer in the Human Anatomy Resource Centre- University of Liverpool, will discuss the rich historical context of anatomical research and reveal the latest 'cutting edge' methods
We meet on the first Wednesday of every month where we have a talk on a particular subject and then we congregate in a pub afterwards. Meetings are announced through email and social media. A complete
So what is Jelly about? Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work. It's also been described as a popup
Liverpool Central Library will host a unique opportunity for visitors to meet artists who make ‘book art’ and to buy directly from them on 8 and 9 July.
Founded by former Chairman of the Bluecoat Simon Ryder, the fair is now in its third year. Works for sale include cards and hand-crafted notebooks; limited editions of books of text and illustration; hand-made papers; and unique book sculptures. Prices range from around £5 into the hundreds.
If you are interested in "Arduino" the open processing board then this workshop is the place to start, whether you are a hobbyist, artists or just looking for a new toy to impress your geeky friends.
Arduino is the open source electronics platform that's very popular with makers, artists, designers and hobbyists. It's designed from the beginning to be as simple as possible to get started with electronics, while being as open and expandable as you need, as your experience increases.
A quick reminder for all you lovely digital creative freelancers that Jelly Liverpool is on Thursday 5th December upstairs at Leaf Cafe on Bold Street.
A new series of events from FACT Liverpool celebrates the importantce of knowledge sharing and are providing a perfect platform for those within the arts, acreative and digital sector to do it.
The Allotment Office are hosting an open day for all freelancers to come and take advantage of the facilities available. They will be presenting various workshops throughout the day to assist you in setting up your own business from business planning to funding.
You'll be able to network and work within the 'Allotment'.
Free entry, beverages and nibbles.
Jelly Liverpool is a little bit of heaven as it gives freelancers in the digital sector the opportunity to get away from the home office and hang out with others in their sector. Swapping stories, contacts, making plans and collaborating on projects are all acceptable activities at Jelly Liverpool plus it all take places upstairs at the uber cool Leaf Cafe on Bold Street.
Ignite Liveprool returns in November with an evening of elightening talks and networking that never fails to entertain.
Could you be a rock star for 5 Minutes
They are currently looking for speakers/presenters to take part in their 14th November event in what according to Seven Streets for Inventiveness, Ignite Liverpool is one of the Seven reasons why Liverpool is Brilliant so why don't you attend and take part.
On Friday 17th May from 4pm until late, thousands of visitors and local residents will descend upon Liverpool for a vibrant cultural festival. With around 100 special events dotted across the city centre, visitors of all ages can follow their own trail of activities, exhibitions, performance, talks, walks and much more.
Open Culture have put a call out for events to take place on the evening.
Ask yourself "What will you do for Light Night 2013?"
Join Liverpool Biennial at Camp and Furnace (67 Greenland Street, Liverpool L10BY) for an Open event hosted by Liverpool Biennial with Artangel and BBC Radio 4 to hear about an open invitation for artists to come forward with ground-breaking project proposals which will transform the UK’s cultural landscape.
There has never been an event like this for students in Liverpool...
CodePool 2013 will comprise of the best and most relevant local developers, companies and employers, along with some of the bigger entities in programming coming together and giving a series of tutorial type talks on the subjects that up and coming student developers and creatives need to know about. Live coding, side-project break-outs, competitions and the chance for local organisations to engage with the next generation of talent.