BOP Associate Director Callum Lee reports on the discussion at this week’s Forum d’Avignon Ruhr
13 June 2014
09 June 2014
SportsDog, BOP’s in-house canine sports fan, is also a lover of the arts. He likes nothing more than when the two collide. Having immersed his paws in the Cultural Olympiad, he is a big advocate for how cultural activities can drive participation in and support for major sporting events. Here he reports on a few of the latest sports-arts mash-ups…
04 June 2014
BOP Researcher Dr. Amy Nettley reports on last week’s lecture at King’s College London, Everything you ever wanted to know about BIG DATA but never dared to ask.
09 May 2014
BOP is recruiting a Consultant and a Graduate Research Intern in Edinburgh
08 May 2014
BOP Associate Director Callum Lee previews a presentation on the opportunities in Creative Europe.
28 April 2014
BOP Associate Director Callum Lee gives his observations from a recent World Intellectual Property Organisation meeting on the Creative Industries
25 April 2014
Today is the last opportunity to go and see English Heritage’s exhibition, Almost Lost, a striking visual history of changes to London’s built environment and the growth of systems of heritage protection.
14 April 2014
At the end of 2013 BOP produced some research on the range and quantity of creative industries in Soho. Looking beyond its undeniable reputation as a hotbed of creativity, we delved into the figures and found some pretty impressive stuff.
10 April 2014
BOP Associate Director Callum Lee finds that the Farrell Review lacks originality
08 April 2014
BOP’s own cinephile feline shares his thoughts on The Grand Budapest Hotel, Under the Skin, and Big Men.