Archive for ‘podcast’

October 26, 2009

It’s Nice That : Talks : It’s Nice That Talks

It’s Nice That Talks

It’s Nice That host a monthly evening of talks in London’s Soho, curated every month by a selected practitioner. The format is very simple, the creative that we invite to come and host the evening also brings two other speakers with them, who can be relevant to their own work, or totally unrelated. The only criteria is that they think our audience will enjoy listening to them speak.

The talks happen on the third Thursday of every month, with a new talk added every subsequent week for the rest of the month. They take place in front of a very intimate audience of about 35 people, but are then broadcast worldwide via our podcast (available through iTunes) and also available to view as posts here via Vimeo.

30 April 2009 Riitta Ikonen invited Jazmine Miles-Long and Michael Crowe & Lenka Clayton.

21 May 2009 Jane Stockdale invited Cassiano Prado and Wes Rozen.

18 June 2009 Johnny Kelly invited David McFarline and Marco Bohr

21 July 2009 Graduates 2009, talks by Rob Matthews, Sroop Sunar and Jack Featherstone.

27 August 2009 Chrissie Abbott invited Danny Sangra and Fred Butler.

17 September 2009 Sam Winston invited Ian Wright and Andy Sewell.

Supported by Sense Worldwide

via It’s Nice That : Talks : It’s Nice That Talks.

October 23, 2009

An age of austerity for the arts? Cambridge Festival of Ideas | Culture |

An age of austerity for the arts? Cambridge Festival of Ideas | Culture |

the Second of the Podcasts from the Cambridge Festival of Ideas

Are we entering a new era of austerity for the arts? On the panel is Peter Florence, director of the Hay festival; Gill Bloomfield, of Arts and Business (formerly the Association for Business Sponsorship of the Arts); Sue Hoyle, director of the Clore Leadership Programme; and Professor Shearer West, of the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Chaired by Julie Smith of the Centre of International Studies

June 3, 2009

Design Week Podcast: Top 100-01/06/09

Design Week Podcast              01/06/09

The Top 100 podcast features Lynda Relph-Knight, editor of Design Week in a round table discussion with a panel of industry players, Ralph Ardill, founder, The Brand Experience Consultancy, Gush Mundae of London’s Bulletproof Design and Mike Bennett of E3 and chief executive for Bristol Media. Taking the 2009 Top 100 as a starting point and debating how consultancies may best address economic constraints currently effecting the design industry to achieve financial success. Amanda Merron, partner of Kinston Smith W1 also joins the discussion for her take on this years figures.

via Graphics, Digital, Interior, Print, Retail, Design News & Jobs-Design Week.