This Breakfast Morning Networking event is located in East Midlands, Derbyshire. The event is kindly hosted by Gold Made in the Midlands member - Star Micronics GB Limited. Star Micronics GB is the wholly owned UK and Eire subsidiary of Star Micronics Co Ltd, which produces sliding-headstock lathes at its ultra modern Kikugawa plant in Japan. Company Star Micronics is dedicated to supplying quality CNC sliding head lathes. With a state of the art technology centre in Derbyshire and a team of the best turning applications engineers in the UK, their machines offer you accuracy, repeatability, reliability and lower cycle times on turned parts – guaranteed! So, when it comes to the best in sliding head technology and bar feeders – talk to the turned parts industry leader. To find out more follow this link. The event will be a morning networking session for Made in the Midlands members and a host of local manufacturing and engineering companies. The event schedule is as following: Arrive at 9:30am for networking, tea, coffee and breakfast. Sixty second pitch from all attendees to showcase your company, highlighting areas for collaboration within the group. Short presentation from the host and factory tour Further networking. Our Breakfast morning networking events have become very popular. Please make sure you have booked your tickets early. These events are a great chance to meet Made in the Midlands members, MD's and CEO's of the manufacturing businesses in the Midlands area.
Get off the beaten path and explore an alternative side of London: its incredible street art! This walking tour will showcase East London's creativity while giving insights into important historical and cultural events that have made the area what it is today. Wear comfortable walking shoes and budget up to two hours for the full tour. Partners welcome! Please note that travel to and from London is not included in the ticket price.
After the success of their totally sold-out 2016 events, ERIC Festival is coming to Covent Garden with their Theatre & Performing Arts festival! Ever wondered what it's like to work in the Theatre or Performing Arts industry? Ever been curious about what goes on into making a live production? What jobs are there? How much would you earn? So many questions, right!? Come along to ERIC Festival on 25th June 2017. We’ll be focusing on the opportunities, realities and questions around getting a career in the Theatre & Performing Arts industry. We'll be talking about on-stage careers, but we’ll also be exploring the behind the curtain roles for those that have a passion in the arts, but aren't performers themselves.There is a difference between our events and normal career fairs - we host them all in amazing locations and make sure we create an immersive 'festival' vibe. Interactive technology, innovative exhibitors, industry workshops, free stuff... this is the careers fair that aspiring creatives can’t get enough of. A special thank you to our partners The h. Club Foundation, Unsigned Music Awards, Big Creative Education and Hiive for their support! Not sure what to expect? Take a look at our youtube channel to see what happened at our Music event and Broadcast Media event! See our other events this year: Broadcast Media (Glasgow), Fashion (London & Manchester) and Advertising & Marketing (London).
Join us in a celebration of the capital's rich history of art, architecture and alcohol as part of a special series of Art History in the Pub events across London. For this special London History Day edition we are joined by Christine Riding; author, head of art and curator of the Queen’s House at Royal Museums Greenwich and chair of the Association of Art Historians. Christine draws upon her expertise in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century British Art to reveal a seamier side of London and the Smithfields home of Grade II listed pub The Hope whose Juniper Room Gin Parlour provides a suitably Dickensian backdrop for this special London History Day talk. This event is part of Historic England’s first ever London History Day on Wednesday 31 May - the date that Big Ben first started keeping time in 1859 - and included in a unique one day programme involving over forty of the capital''s museums and galleries. FAQ's How does Art History In The Pub work? Art History in in the Pub talks are always very informal. The talks are of general interest, and anyone is welcome to come along and listen and ask questions. Talks usually last for about 30 minutes, with a break for getting extra drinks, followed by general discussion. Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Art History In The Pub (AHITP) events are for over-18's only as they are hosted on licensed premises. Many of the pubs where we hold events have a policy to ask people to prove that they are over 18. If you look under 21 years of age we would advise you to bring along identiification that will allow you to prove your age. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can contact us by email at [email protected] Do I have to register for this event? Usually our AHITP events are un-ticketed. This particular AHITP event is slightly different as The Juniper Room (the gin parlour upstairs at The Hope) has a capacity of 25 people, so you do need to register.
Talk by Dr Bernard VereSotehby's Institute of Art Twice a year, London’s major auction houses hold sales of Impressionism and Modern art. Available to view in the days leading up to the auction, the sales include works by some of the great artists of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, providing an opportunity for the public to view major paintings that they might never have a chance to see again. This talk, by Dr Bernard Vere, Programme Director of Sotheby’s Institute of Art’s MA in Fine and Decorative Art and Design, looks at the results of the most recent sales that took place earlier this month. Speakers bioDr Bernard Vere - Programme Director, MA Fine and Decorative Art and Design, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, PhD, London Consortium (University of London); MRes, London Consortium; MA, University of Nottingham; BA, University of East Anglia Bernard Vere specializes in art from the late-19th to mid-20th century. His work explores the connection between technological advances and the rise of the metropolis in modernist art, particularly in its implications for the individual subject. Recent research has concentrated on the relationship of popular culture to art and architecture in the first half of the 20th century and he is the author of Sport and Modernism in the Visual Arts in Europe, 1909-1939, to be published by Manchester University Press in 2018. Vere’s work has featured in a number journals and art magazines, including Art History, the online British Art Studies, Visual Culture in Britain, and Contemporary. He is an elected member of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) and has sat on the Executive Steering Committee of the British Association of Modernist Studies. He has been a speaker at Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Victoria and Albert Museum, and the University of Oxford, as well as presenting research at numerous conferences and galleries. He previously taught at Birkbeck College (University of London), London Metropolitan University, and Tate. This event is part of Bedford Square Festival, for the full list of events please visit www.bedfordsquarefestival.co.uk
Join us for a street art tour and get an up close introduction to East London’s incredible street art scene. Our guides know where all the best street art is to be found in East London and we will discover the work of over 40 street artists. Street art in London is incredibly dynamic and changes everyday as older pieces are gone over by other artists or buffed away by the Council. An optional lunch will be available after the guided walk. Due to the nature of the Sevenoaks School Foundation Arts Society events, we cannot provide refunds. The Sevenoaks School Foundation Arts Society is a programme supported by the Sevenoaks School Foundation. Any proceeds raised by this event will be directed to the Sevenoaks School Foundation in support of the advancement of Sevenoaks School. Sevenoaks School Foundation; Charity No. 307923
http://www.londonarabia.co.uk This August we are organising the 2nd annual London Arabia Art & Fashion Week, 3-4 days Culture, Fashion, Art, Design and Film experience, in partnership with, The Arab British Business Association, London & Partners, Regents University London and The Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel. 2016 event was an extraordinary opportunity for the Arab artists and designers to engage with the London audience and also with the international fashion and art community in order, to create a concoction internationally. It was also a celebratory to the long relationship between Great Britain and the Arab world through the Arab culture of fashion and art. Watch 2016 Highlights here: https://youtu.be/rfzcBXwFzg0 The London Arabia Art and Fashion 2017 will aim to continue providing opportunities for the Arab talented individuals who can collaborate and exchange across the cultural community on both regions, by working side by side with the UK and the Arab institutions and organisations to encourage greater cooperation in culture. London Arabia Art & Fashion Week connects London with the Arab culture by bringing local firms to the community of artists, musicians, designers, and film industry. countries of the Arab World include: Arab World , Middle East , GCC , Levant , North Africa Algeria, Bahrain, the Comoros Islands, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
Discover East London's street art with a Paint Jam guided walk... Our Street art super-guide will show you all the newest street art and graffiti, some of which is practically still wet, as well as the the longer standing street art pieces in Shorditch, Spitalfields and Brick Lane. You will see works by BANKSY, INVADER, JIMMY C, ROA and a whole host of other famous street artists on your tour. Come see amazing street art, meet people, and eat a brick lane bagel.... A unique art experience you'll remember. Details: Meet time:2.45pm Start time: 3pm Finish time: 5pm Meet place: the Starbucks Kiosk, Liverpool Street Station- Bishopsgate Station - PLEASE NOTE, it's the street level starbucks kiosk outside and up the escelators, not the Starbucks inside the station. A 20 minute bagel break will be inclued. Bagels are not included in the price & will need to be purchaed on the day (have cash on you). Cost: £12 per person/Ticket for 2 (not meant romantically) £21. Bookings: ALL BOOKINGS MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE VIA OUR WEBSITE. NO CASH CAN BE TAKEN ON THE DAY. .................................................................................................................................................. FREE MEMBERSHIP! - This booking will automatically make you a Paint Jam member giving you the chance to purchase tickets to future Paint Jam events at a very discounted rate, and be invited to FREE members events. Your membership code: FACEPAINT 007. Members discounts : Paint Jam nights: £45 paint on canvas (per person). Members price £45 £29 / £35 paint on paper(person). Members price £35 £22/ Street art night walks £12 £10 . To book this event, or to see other Paint Jam event dates click here Paint Jam London - ART FOR EVERYONE. ................................................................................................................................................. All Customers: Please note that Paint Jam London events require a minimum of 20 participants booked for an event to go ahead; you will receive 48 hours notice if this number hasn't been met, and offered the choice of a full refund, or the chance to book a Paint Jam event on another date. No refunds or date changes on tickets will be offered under any other circumstances. *Paint Jam does not take responsibility for any staining that may occur on clothing or footwear. Groupon customers: .Please opt for the designated Groupon tickets and enter your Groupon 2 Codes, inc your security code. Disclaimer: Groupon customers will only be accepted at this event with a valid groupon code. No changes on ticket dates or refunds will be possible once a booking has been made PAINT JAM LONDON - art 4 everyone.
Due to the popularity of the recent SGGB art event by artist/alum Lisa Cirenza, we have asked Lisa to host another event for the Stanford Women's Network in the UK. Please join fellow SWNUK members and artist/alum Lisa Cirenza for an evening of art, chat, wine and nibbles. With a casual Q&A format we will be discussing a wide breadth of potential art related topics with the role of tech and traditional techniques in contemporary art practices as our anchor. Lisa’s work explores the connections between cultural narratives and moments in time that are often viewed as incompatible; and expresses this through the use of tech and traditional mediums, often also viewed as incompatible. For more on Lisa's work: www.cirenza.com Canapes and networking at 6:30pm with a punctual start at 7:15pm.
Come and join us here at Sunny Art Centre on June 22nd and 23rd for a Pop Up Art Fair where a mixture of creative people from a variety of disciplines will be joining us. All the work at the fair will be of an affordable price and available for purchase on the evening. Refreshments will be available during the opening night and throughout the day of the fair. From painters, illustrators, designers, 3D artists, to ceramic and jewellery designers, the evening will give you a chance to mingle with a variety of talented artists and art enthusiasts. We hope to promote a relaxed environment where artists and guests can spark up conversations about their practice, artworks and all areas of the creative world. The tickets for this event give you access to the private view held the 22nd between 18:30 and 21:30 pm and to the fair held the 23rd, all day from 10:30am to 18:00pm. Link: http://www.sunnyartcentre.co.uk/fairs/london-pop-up-art-fair/
Come and discuss work opportunities face-to-face with main contractors and public sector buyers. If you're interested in talking to top buyers about upcoming work opportunities, this event is for you. Constructionline would like to invite you to our regional London Meet the Buyer event, which is being hosted at The Hive, a state-of-the-art Centre for both football and fitness. This event gives you the chance to talk to some of London's leading main contractors and public sector authorities to hear about upcoming work contracts in the area. This event is open to members and non-members of Constructionline. Confirmed exhibitors: Barhale Bouygues Bibby Factors Ltd THSP Risk Management AST (London) Ltd Acclaim Plastic Surgeon Fortem Department for International Trade Bolt and Heeks SERVICEMASTER LTD NHS London Procurement Partnership Westminster City Council Sanctuary Housing Association Smart Home Projects Ltd City of London Corporation Many more to follow!
Art with value but without a price. YAMI-ICHI ('Black Market' in Japanese) is an international event that challenges the current perception of art as a commodity. It replicates an art auction and employs a non-monetary form of exchange. We held our debut event in Japan in March, which attracted over 700 people over three days, and our second event is coming to London!! Please see below for the detail. We will hold a non-monetary auction on 29th, where you can exchange your skills, services or goods with your favourite artworks! YAMI-ICHI Auction Date: 29th May (Mon) 2017Time: 15:00-17:30Place: 5 Hampden Close, Kings Cross, NW1 1HW *There will be public viewing where you can check and interact with the artists throughout 26th-29th. Drop in at any time to meet our amazing young and emerging artists! This event is supported by Camden Council Website: www.yamiichi-art.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/TeamYamiichi/Instagram: @team_yamiichi