Enola Gay and Judy Garland: the Smithsonian comes to London

02 February 2015

News that the Smithsonian may be heading to “Olympicopolis” made the Evening Standard, The Guardian, and NPR, as well as many other outlets.

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Progress Towards Equity Crowdfunding in China

29 January 2015

Draft regulations suggest a new era for crowdfunding in China.

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What we loved in 2014: on screen, books, and other discoveries

22 December 2014

From the horse’s mouth: Boppers tell us their cultural highlights of the past year (part III)

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What we loved in 2014: art, exhibitions and buildings

21 December 2014

From the horse’s mouth: Boppers tell us their cultural highlights of the past year (part II)

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What we loved in 2014: music and theatre

20 December 2014

From the horse’s mouth: Boppers tell us their cultural highlights of the past year (part I)

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Crowd funding heritage in China

19 December 2014

BOP research intern Yunzhen Yang blogs about the growing trend of crowd funding for heritage protection in China

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World Cities Culture Forum 2014: global leaders on their city's creative projects

15 December 2014

Last month, we organised and coordinated our third World Cities Culture Forum in Amsterdam.

This live stream recording is a rare opportunity to hear global leaders tell captivating stories about their city’s Transformational Outdoor Creative Projects.

Transformational Outdoor Creative Projects – Amsterdam World Cities Culture Summit 2014 #wccf2014 from De Balie.

For more information, please visit the World Cities Forum website.

CinemaCat British Film Special: Pride, '71 and Ida

21 November 2014

This month, CinemaCat is proud to be British. For a change.

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BOP recruitment: final update

04 November 2014

We’ve finished shortlisting…

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Ageing Creatively: new BOP research on Luminate

30 October 2014

BOP Researcher Ailsa Deans blogs about BOP’s work with Luminate, Scotland’s creative ageing festival

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