Womenswear designer Emile Carr (TB-26) is taking part in ONLINE:OFFLINE Pop-up on Saturday 14 October 2017 at 22 Hanbury Street, Shoreditch, London E1 6QR. ONLINE:OFFLINE is providing twenty selected businesses with an affordable way of taking their online business offline and setting up shop on a busy High Street in Shoreditch. The experience aims to help the selected businesses meet their online customers offline, attract new customers and ultimately help them to generate more income. For more information on HHLUK go to www.hhll.co.uk
'Ye Olde Maritime Christmas Market' is taking place at Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich from 25 November-4 December 2017 and they are looking for stallholders. They are offering discounted rates for Greenwich market traders and retailers (those trading at the markets or located within the borough). Based on a ten day period prices are: 1.5 x 1.5m (shared stall): £120+ per day and 3 x 3m: £200+ per day. This cost includes electricity (standard 13a/240v) and 24/7 security. Saturday 25 November, 12-6pm, Monday-Sunday, 11am-8pm Full information on the website here.
To book your space, simply complete Ye Olde Maritime Christmas Market - Booking form.pdf
To discuss any aspect of the event programme, contact Peter Green at email@example.com
With thanks to Stu MacKay (2-02).
Rachel Ara (TB-05) is part of TECHnique talk at the V&A on 24 September 2017 from 12-1.30pm. Why do some artists stick with traditional techniques, while others use digital? At TECHnique, Rachel Ara, Nick Rothwell and Shelley James, three artists from different fields, will tell their stories, explain their choices and the lessons that they have learned. Together, they will explore the impact that technology is having on the arts. This event is part of the V&A's Digital Design Weekend, bringing together artists, designers, engineers, technologists and the public to celebrate and share contemporary digital art and design. It is also a part of the London Design Festival, celebrating contemporary digital art and design. The talk is free to attend but booking is essential. Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL