10 X 10 was a collaborative exhibition exploring the theme of longevity.
To view information on the contributors and to see the exhibited work, click here.
— Le Gun
— Alex Zamora
— Alec Dudson (Intern Magazine)
The speakers will be discussing the notions of audience,
process and inspiration followed by questions submitted online,
at the event via projected twitter feed and from the audience.
Materials generated on the evening along with submissions inspired
by the talks will provide the framework, determine the format and
influence the art direction of the new OWT publication.
The event is part of the Design Manchester 13 festival
and Manchester School of Art’s 175 year Celebrations.
The evening is to be compered by Gemma Germains.
Tom Jarman, partner of Fielden Clegg & Bradley will be in conversation with a host
of creatives discussing the impact of a second industrial revolution in architecture and design.
FCB were appointed to work with Manchester Metropolitan University on this major extension
of the Faculty of Art and Design. This historic site, near the city centre; adjacent
to the original School of Art, the Grosvenor Building, was built in 1880 and included
LS Lowry among former students. After the discussion a Q&A session will take place.
It is not just global companies that need to watch out for infringers and plagiarists,
IP applies to anyone with a creative idea from SME’s to freelancers.
Keltie acts globally in all fields of commerce and technology,
across the full range of intellectual property law. Much more than just a filing agency,
they also offer consultancy services to IP owners and managers.
Azhar Sadique from Keltie will talk about common misconceptions about IP covering subjects
such as copyright, trade marks and design including the difference between registered
and unregistered rights. Following the presentation Azhar will host a Q&A session.
Food & drink offers will be available to attendees.
Music & networking in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter.
Food & drinks offers for ticket holders.
We cannot guarantee entry due to capacity so please arrive early.
The Sharp Project
An opportunity to tour The Sharp Project
The Sharp Project is home to digital entrepreneurs and production companies,
it’s where space, power, connectivity and people converge. Occupants
at The Sharp Project make, manipulate or move around the world, digital content.
The Sharp Project has an ecosystem on site which allows growth to develop,
as companies collaborate as well as compete with each other for business.
The Sharp Project also features 4 large TV production spaces,
green screen studios and The Campus events space.
Join us on a rare tour of this unique facility and meet the tenants who
range from interactive design to VFX, motion graphics to music,
gaming to post production.