The last of our Talk about Art, Culture and Place sessions for this year saw us in Stockton - home to ‘Britain’s worst Christmas tree’, according to the Daily Mail. It was a slur which the town’s residents were never going to accept quietly and some … [Read more...] about Telling the true story of 'Britain's worst Christmas tree'
One of the topics which came up at an earlier Talk about Arts, Culture and Place sessions was a discussion about blogrolls. We were looking at the ways in which people find out about what’s on around them, how they get recommendations to start that … [Read more...] about Blogrolls and the value of linking across websites, tweets and Facebook pages
A couple of blogposts in other places that could be of interest to followers of this blog to flag up for you today: - over at the n0tice blog, I talk to three people who've found that nostalgia has engaged people with their blogs and activity. … [Read more...] about Sharing experiences of blogging, nostalgia and place
'It's got grandeur'. 'The view across the landscape is just epic'. 'I feel as if the hills are hugging the city'. 'Right there, as soon as you get there, you find two galleries'. Are these the sort of things you'd say about arriving at your local … [Read more...] about Talking about arts, culture, place……….and train stations at #tal13
We’re working on a new programme this autumn/winter which reaches out to people interested in all aspects of artistic activity going on across Teesside - Talk About Art, Culture and Place. Together with partner The CultureVulture we’re intending to … [Read more...] about We're talking about art, culture and place
We’re excited to announce the 2013 Talk About Local unconference - and we’ve got something a bit special lined up for this year. Our annual event has always been a touchpoint in the year where hyperlocal publishers, friends, journalists, bloggers … [Read more...] about Announcing #tal13 – the annual unconference with Talk About Local