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
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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
With Nesta anouncing that five arts and cultural projects will receive funding from the £7 million Digital R&D Fund for the Arts earlier this month - is it about time that we saw more of this money coming to the North West more speciaficaly Liverpool based arts and cultural organisations.
These R&D projects are testing the use of digital technologies to widen audience access and engagement in the arts, with the purpose of developing useful products, services and knowledge for the wider the arts and cultural sector so surely we could be applying for some of this money here.
Free CPD Opportunity - Action Learning with Curious Minds
As part of their support offer to organisations using the arts to engage with children and young people, they have a number of free Action Learning sets they're hosting this year. If you've not come across Action Learning before, it's a structured problem solving method which involves a group of peers supporting each other to look at their professional challenges and find solutions. It's a really effective method they've used a lot in the past, more information about it is available on their website - http://www.curiousminds.org.uk/alfcm
Chorlton Arts Festival, one of the leading, annual multi-arts festivals in the UK, is now inviting submissions for 2013.
Static Gallery have put a call out for old cassette players for their Clinic Gig on the 10 November? So freecylers, if you have an old one then drop it off for a cool art project.
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ACME, Liverpool's creative sector developement agency are having 2 events on the 15th November at Leaf Cafe on Bold Street, a Thinking Session and a Social sesssion. We are all more familiar with their Social sessions I beleive, have a couple of free drinks and chat to people that we know. But the Thinking sessions are new from Kin2Kin and are a look at specific insdustry issues in Liverpool. They are there to offer help and advice to those who have been working in the sector some time or just starting out....
The details of Thinking session 2 and social are below
Arts Digital R&D Podcast 4: data and archives is now live on the Arts Council’s iTunes and SoundCloud channels. And this month they’re looking at how arts organisations can open up their archives, collections and data using digital technologies. Plus and it's a big plus they have Bill Thompsn and Drew Hemment.
Castlefield Gallery is pleased to be offering a full day workshop for artists in marketing and networking in partnership with Manchester Craft and Design Centre, NOISEfestival.com and
If you've ever walked away from a pitch for business and felt you could have done better then this event is for you.
All you need to know about Pitching and Presenting is presented by Open Labs and Basecamp 3.
Come and find out about pitching and presenting from industry experts as they share their knowledge and experience so that you can expand your skills base.
Tuesday 16th October 5-8pm
Basecamp 3 is in the Elevator Building on Parliament Street.
No need to book just turn up.
If so then this event is for you, on 24th September Pencil Rick productions are hosting a literary themed event in collaboration with the Writers Guild. This grass roots networking event is aimed at providing tips for success and industry insight for new writers and or emerging local creatives. The event would aim to connect such groups with and create awareness of, the Writers Guild and its various membership forms as well as promoting The Lantern Theatre (our venue) as a springboard for writers and new productions.