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.
25 April 2014
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.
03 April 2014
The answer is ‘yes’, as demonstrated during the 2014 Design Skills Symposium. BOP Senior Consultant, Sabina Strachan, participated in this 2-day workshop/seminar in Glasgow last month. Here she reports on the debate.
26 March 2014
The Network for Innovation in Culture and Creativity in Europe (N.I.C.E.) is seeking entrants for its 2014 awards, which shine a light on the ‘spillover effects’ of the creative and cultural industries.
24 March 2014
Lucy Minyo from BOP’s China office reflects on the development of a new approach to nurturing cultural heritage
11 March 2014
Major cities from around the world will head to Amsterdam later this year to participate in the third World Cities Culture Forum conference, with the aim of strengthening links and developing strategies to support and maximise the potential of culture at the heart of city life. The Amsterdam College of Mayor and Alderpersons approved plans to hold the annual World Cities Culture Summit in the capital.
10 March 2014
Gregg Hutchings, BOP Consultant, reports on the Local Government Association’s Culture, Tourism and Sport Annual Conference (3-4 March 2014 in Portsmouth)
03 March 2014
He’s a cat. He lives in a cinema. He watches all the movies for free, without downloading.