Posts Tagged: Greater Cambridge

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

For Cambridge (UK) publishers: John Naughton on the internet

This is a brief information post for readers in the Cambridge (UK) area. The admirable Cambridge Publishing Society kicks off  the new academic year with a particularly enticing meeting on 20 October featuring John Naughton, author of From Gutenberg to

For Cambridge (UK) publishers: John Naughton on the internet

This is a brief information post for readers in the Cambridge (UK) area. The admirable Cambridge Publishing Society kicks off  the new academic year with a particularly enticing meeting on 20 October featuring John Naughton, author of From Gutenberg to

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

An experiment in writing: the ambient noise of cafes

I enjoy working in cafés. Favorites include (in Cambridge), West Café and Grads.  Which means that I was interested when research on the effect of ambient noise on  productivity and creativity, published in the Journal of Consumer Research, was discussed and

An experiment in writing: the ambient noise of cafes

I enjoy working in cafés. Favorites include (in Cambridge), West Café and Grads.  Which means that I was interested when research on the effect of ambient noise on  productivity and creativity, published in the Journal of Consumer Research, was discussed and

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

A creative festival in print form: Philip Gross

Monographer writes: Sometimes in publishing there’s an opportunity to do something both genuinely creative and unique. An example is the forthcoming publication described below, which I’m very much looking forward to publishing. The book: Caves of Making provides a sustained exploration,

A creative festival in print form: Philip Gross

Monographer writes: Sometimes in publishing there’s an opportunity to do something both genuinely creative and unique. An example is the forthcoming publication described below, which I’m very much looking forward to publishing. The book: Caves of Making provides a sustained exploration,

Creative Ely

Further to my post on the city of Ely (‘What makes a place creative? The case of Ely‘, 14 March), last week I finally made it along to the local networking group called Creative Ely.  Since I don’t actually come

Creative Ely

Further to my post on the city of Ely (‘What makes a place creative? The case of Ely‘, 14 March), last week I finally made it along to the local networking group called Creative Ely.  Since I don’t actually come