Posts Tagged: creative region

Noticing such things: creativity in Cambridgeshire

I thought I’d reblog the post below, since Cambridgeshire’s open studios month as come round again. This year’s programme is here.    Each year the county I live in, Cambridgeshire, has a month of open studios. At the weekends. local

Noticing such things: creativity in Cambridgeshire

I thought I’d reblog the post below, since Cambridgeshire’s open studios month as come round again. This year’s programme is here.    Each year the county I live in, Cambridgeshire, has a month of open studios. At the weekends. local

Recovery in printing: the new Biddles

Anthony Haynes writes: Last year I wrote a post about the demise of an East Anglian book printing company, namely Biddles (see ‘Lessons from a printer’s demise‘, 4 June 2013). Since then, Companies House (the registrar for companies in England

Recovery in printing: the new Biddles

Anthony Haynes writes: Last year I wrote a post about the demise of an East Anglian book printing company, namely Biddles (see ‘Lessons from a printer’s demise‘, 4 June 2013). Since then, Companies House (the registrar for companies in England

Cambridge Publishing Society: Brian Webb

David Williams writes: The next speaker at the Cambridge Publishing Society (CAMPUS) is Brian Webb, who is certainly one of the UK’s premier graphic designers, with a special affinity for the book. You might have seen Brian’s superb series of

Cambridge Publishing Society: Brian Webb

David Williams writes: The next speaker at the Cambridge Publishing Society (CAMPUS) is Brian Webb, who is certainly one of the UK’s premier graphic designers, with a special affinity for the book. You might have seen Brian’s superb series of

Noticing such things

Each year the county I live in, Cambridgeshire, has a month of open studios. At the weekends. local artists open their studios to the public. The scheme is very attractive: it provides a means to discover who’s around – I’m

Noticing such things

Each year the county I live in, Cambridgeshire, has a month of open studios. At the weekends. local artists open their studios to the public. The scheme is very attractive: it provides a means to discover who’s around – I’m

Managing the emergent: hubs and how to handle them

Originally posted on tim horton_ blog:
Even as a mobile workaholic, June is not generally when I feel the itch to work outside, so it was counter intuitive of the state government to hold the ‘Peel St Festival’ on a…

Managing the emergent: hubs and how to handle them

Originally posted on tim horton_ blog:
Even as a mobile workaholic, June is not generally when I feel the itch to work outside, so it was counter intuitive of the state government to hold the ‘Peel St Festival’ on a…

What makes a place creative? The case of Ely

Last spring I announced a series of posts on the question of what makes a place creative. The first substantive post in that series (‘A walk down creativity street‘, 25 Mar 2012) considered the case of Trumpington Street in Cambridge,

What makes a place creative? The case of Ely

Last spring I announced a series of posts on the question of what makes a place creative. The first substantive post in that series (‘A walk down creativity street‘, 25 Mar 2012) considered the case of Trumpington Street in Cambridge,

Creativity isn’t just an urban phenomenon

“Underpinning all the interest in creative industries over the last couple of decades is a growing recognition of the place of creativity as a key driver of economic growth”, writes Susan Luckman is the introduction to Locating cultural work: the

Creativity isn’t just an urban phenomenon

“Underpinning all the interest in creative industries over the last couple of decades is a growing recognition of the place of creativity as a key driver of economic growth”, writes Susan Luckman is the introduction to Locating cultural work: the