Gamer Camp Free iPhone games from Gamer Camp: Nano Trainees. Fill thy boots You will never look at them in the same way again: A Return To Blogging Lots of stuff from John Garghan Sound Engineering Courses at Hare & Hounds “For anyone who is interested in sound engineering, we are now running live sound … [Read more…]
On 26 March, Home of Metal are hosting their forth and final open day at The Public, “Think Antiques Roadshow for metal fans”. Metal fans of all ages are being invited to share their memorabilia and stories with the digital archive , further cementing West Midlands as the birthplace of Metal. Home of Metal celebrates … [Read more…]
Big congrats to Kerry and Dave from Fused! Steve’s put some crackin photos on his blog.
Culture Guide September Issue « Area Culture Guide “The September edition of the Culture Guide is awaiting your perusal” Job going at Bright Space They’re after a new new Creative Programmer for Primary, Early Years and Special Schools Creative Networks: Interactive Music & Sound Design “Creative Networks welcomes Matt Black, Audio Manager at Blitz Games … [Read more…]
West Midlands Cultural Sector Economic Survey “The aim of this survey is to find out how the West Midlands cultural sector is performing during the recession”. Courtesy of the West Midlands Regional Observatory. Please help out by filling it in Images 33 « More Canals than Venice “The prestigious Association of Illustrators (AOI) Images 33 … [Read more…]
It’s actually a little tricky to find out about local music around the city, I find. This is the stuff I know about, feel free to add other stuff in the comments. News Brum Notes is the website for the free, monthly music and lifestyle magazine (Nov issue out now, Oct one online here). The … [Read more…]
Normally I’d avoid mentioning (or thinking about) the desperate cry-for-attention that is Broad Street’s Walk of Stars, but the Capsule ladies have managed to find a pretty compelling angle to the latest addition. Tony Iommi – guitarist for Black Sabbath – is the next person to be honoured, which ties in nicely with the Home … [Read more…]
Wedding/rock photographer (as well as ex-international DJ, Birmingham Live! creator, etc…) Steve Gerrard has relaunched his website and, put together by Chris Garrett (who also did The Big Picture‘s website), very nice it is too. Steve’s blogging is sometimes used as an example of how a creative type can use use regular updates to showcase … [Read more…]