Following on from the success of the last Digital Creative event in October, December sees another hop along like Robins on a Christmas card.
They'll be bringing speakers in who will share their knowledge & experience to give us all an insight into the Media on 11th December 2012.
Ignte Liverpool have out a call out for people to help them with their next event coming up in February, so if you have some time to spare perhaps you could assist them ...
The are especially looking for people with Video, marketing and event organising skills.
Open Labs of LJMU are hosting a 1-day FREE Masterclass on helping take you & your business to the next level.
It's led by Marie Burns who has consulted with businesses and organisations from small startup's to large organisations such as Coca Cola, BBC, Nokia & the Treasury.
Journey with us to the land of TEDx Liverpool - Yes it's back for the second year in a row. It was a packed house last year at FACT Liverpool so I am sure the tickets will go like hotcakes once again - but wait the tickets aren't on sale yet but rest assured we will let you know when they are.
Are you aged 16 or under? Interested in competing in Minecraft to win amazing prizes?
Then get along to North Liverpool Academy on Thursday 6th December 2012 between 5pm and 8pm for Minefest 2012.
Only 300 places! Win a PS VITA for you or your school + other cool prizes!
The next Breakerfaire meeting will take place at DoesLiverpool on the 11th of December, 2012 at 7pm entitled “Beneath the surface: an introduction to Information Hiding”
In this talk, we discuss three types of information hiding; steganography, fingerprinting and covert channels. We consider the motivations behind the use of each technique, real world examples and the fundamental problems with such techniques.
There is an exciting event (lets face it everything is exciting to me) taking place at Madlab next month for anyone who is interested in working with Yong People to give them the digital skills and creativity they are going to need. Advisors will be there to tell us how we can apply for the Digital Makers Fund.
From robots to Raspberry Pi, hackdays to summers of code, more and more young people are creating with technology. But how can we inspire, involve and support a generation of digital makers?
Routes to Market is a series of intensive sessions designed by industry professionals to help participants understand the opportunities and routes to market available to independent content producers and to prepare them to take full advantage of these. These sessions will lead to the Futureproof Summit in February 2013; which will be attended by leading buyers, investors, publishers and brands.
Futureproof: Routes to Market, is a bespoke programme of activity and support for games and digital companies in the Liverpool City region.
The fantastic freelancers event Jelly Liveprool has released it's dates for next year, so you can get them in your diary quick. The idea of Jelly Liverpool is to provide chairs and tables, wireless internet and coffee but more importantly interesting people to talk to, collaborate with, and bounce ideas off of.
You bring a laptop (or whatever you need to get your work done) and a friendly disposition.