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Friday Late: Sound It Out @ Victoria and Albert Museum / Friday 31st January

Friday Late - Sound It Out at Victoria and Albert MuseumTIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 18.30-22.00

@ Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2RL

Free entry


Live performances, one-off displays and installations, special guests, bar and food, guest DJs in a late-night exhibition opening.

Experience V&A museum transformed into an exploration of music’s relationship to technology – from analogue to digital, from live streaming to digital manipulation.

Boiler Room Presents
Emptyset: Medium
Human Resource System
London Modular
Meet Ototo
Machines in sonic culture
TM instruments

Friday Late: Rules of Adornment @ Victoria and Albert Museum / Friday 29th November 2013


Doors: 18:30-22:00

@ Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)‎, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL

Free entry and all events are free!


Live performances, cutting-edge fashion, debates, one-off displays and installations, special guests, bar and food, guest DJs, late-night exhibition opening.

With the Pearls exhibition in mind, V&A invite you to question why you choose to wear what you do. Why adorn yourself with jewellery, accessories, technology and tattoos? Is it about status or personal expression? An evening of workshops, performances, installations and screenings focussed on ideas of adornment and discover meanings communicated and concealed. All events are free and places are designated on a first come, first served basis, unless stated otherwise.

Bitmore Bash 001 @ East Bloc / Thursday 28th November 2013


Doors: 8pm till late

@ East Bloc, 217 City Road, London, EC1V 1JN

Free entry



Engage x Bitmore present: Bitmore Bash 001

From 8pm there will the opportunity to try out and take home Bitmore products. Thereafter, party into the night to the sounds of DJ’s from London’s coolest radio station, NTS.

Line up includes:


Radi Dadi

Jon Rust

Mamiko Motto


To attend, follow and tweet @engagewithituk. See you all there!

Hokusai Exposed @ Old Truman Brewery / until 17th November 2013


Sun-Thur 10:00-18:00
Fri-Sat 10:00-21:00

@ Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

Tickets: £5


Visitors to Hokusai Exposed are immersed in the works of the great Japanese Master, Katsushika Hokusai, “re-created” using state-of the-art digital technology, as well as the vibrant 3D streets and pleasure districts of Edo, 18th century Tokyo. The world of ukiyo-e style woodblock prints will be brought to life in a unique event which engages all the senses and is the first showcase of the “re-create” concept outside of Japan.

Hokusai was selected by Life magazine as one of the most important 100 people in the past 1000 years, and he has had far reaching influence. A host of artists, including Manet, Degas, Renoir, Monet, van Gogh, Lautrec, and Gauguin bear his thumbprint, while composers including Debussy, Stravinsky and Satie also translated the inspiration stirred by the art of Hokusai into their music. His mark can also be felt in influential Japanese pop culture movement today, such as manga and anime.

The Future Is Here: A New Industrial Revolution @ Design Museum / until 29th October 2013


Doors: 10:00–17.45

@ Design Museum, Shad Thames, London SE1 2YD

Tickets: £11.85 book online


Want to know your additive manufacturing from your 3D printing, and find out how the ‘new industrial revolution’ will impact your life? Or just want to understand more about how the things around you are made? Then visit The Future is Here.

We are in the midst of a transformation in the way we design, make and use the objects that we depend on. It is a transformation that will affect commerce, industry, and the way that we all live as profoundly as any previous Industrial Revolution. The exhibition explores how the boundaries between designer, manufacturer and consumer are becoming increasingly blurred. See some of these manufacturing techniques demonstrated in The Future is Here Factory and find out how they will change the designed world around you.

Universal Everything and You @ Science Museum / until 7th Feb 2014


Doors: 10:00-18:00

@ Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2DD


An ambitious project by the UK based art and design collective sees a large audio visual installation take over the new Media Space gallery.

Made up of two parts – 1000 Hands and Presence – Universal Everything’s interactive digital installation is described as a ‘playful and experimental invention in sounds, drawing and moving image’.

1000 Hands is created by contributions from the public through a smartphone app. In the gallery space it takes the form of a circular projection onto multiple screens, with each one showing an individual artwork generated by app users.

Kinetica Art Fair @ Ambika P3 / until Sunday 3rd March 2013


Saturday 10:00 – 20:00
Sunday 10:00 – 18:00

@ Ambika P3, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS

Tickets: from £12 book online


Kinetica Art Fair, one of London’s annual landmark art exhibitions and a permanent fixture in the Art Fair calendar, brings together galleries, art organisations and curatorial groups from around the world who focus on kinetic, electronic, robotic, sound, light, time-based and multi-disciplinary new media art, science and technology.

For 2013 Kinetica is hosting the work of over 40 galleries and art organisations nationally and internationally, with representatives from UK, France, Russia, USA, Poland, Holland, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Indonesia and Japan, collectively showing over 400 works of art. The full list of exhibitors can be viewed here.

Digital Shoreditch Festival @ Various Venues / From Monday 21st May to Friday 1st June 2012


Open: from Monday 21st May to 1st June

@ The Big Top, 186 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6HU and various venues

Day Pass: free (with refundable deposit)
Full Festival Pass: from £398
Networking Dinners: ticketed separately


Digital Shoreditch is a leading festival celebrating the outstanding creative, technical and entrepreneurial talent of East London and Tech City. The festival will be highlighting the digital and tech talent from Clerkenwell to Stratford, Old Street to Bethnal Green and Dalston to the City and beyond.

INSPIRE – Monday 21st May
Schools & Education – Inspiring Young People to Discover.

INNOVATE – Tuesday 22nd May
Universities & Research – Post 18 students, post-grads.

CAREER – Wednesday 23rd May
Recruitment. Job fair and Job Boards, Portfolio and CV Reviews, Freelancer Help, and New Talent.

CAPITAL – Thursday 24th May
Funding and Startup Businesses.

IDENTITY – Friday 25th May
Exploring the spaces that connect us as individuals and collectives within the digital world.

PUBLIC & JAM – Saturday and Sunday 26th – 27th May
Public Exhibition, Game Jam & Data Hackathon.

GROWTH – Monday 28th May
Mentoring & critical sessions to help your businesses really grow.

NEXT – Tuesday 29th May
Emerging Technology, Big Data and Mobile.

BRANDS – Wednesday 30th May
Branding, Marketing, Advertising and Social.

PLAY – Thursday 31st May
Games and Gamification.

SUMMIT – Friday 1st June
The Best of Digital Shoreditch.

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London Girl Geek Dinners as part of Sci-Fi London @ Apollo Cinema / Thursday 3rd May 2012


Free drinks from 7.30pm
Talks from 9pm

@ Apollo Cinema
19 Lower Regent Street, SW1Y 4LR

FREE tickets here

London Girl Geek Dinners runs events for geeky females who are seriously into technology, gaming, etc. Last year LGGD at Sci-Fi London held a talk from head of Film 4.0, Anna Higgs (then of Quark films) and Leilani Holmes from film-makers networking group OTT. This year, LGGD presents 2 wonderful tech talks: one on the ZX Spectrum & how it changed gaming; one on Raspberry Pi and getting kids programming.

Drinks are from 7.30pm, with wine courtesy of EA Games, followed by the talks at 9pm in the blue haze of the swanky Apollo Cinema.

LGGD attendees/members also get a discount on Sci-Fi London films tickets with the code ‘GEEK GIRLS’

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Annual AMP Conference – ‘How To Survive In A Digital World’ @ London School of Economics / Tuesday 6th March 2012


Doors: 12.30pm – 18.30pm
+ Networking After-Party

@ New Theatre,
London School of Economics
Houghton St
London, WC2A 2AE

Entry: £Free


The Advertising, Marketing & PR Society is proud to present the very first AMP conference – How to Survive in a Digital World. The conference aims to explore how the exponential development of technology is changing the world we live in and how it will continue to shape our future, highlighting how digital technologies have changed the way we consume media, purchase products and interact with each other.

The conference is not only for individuals interested in the advertising, marketing and PR industries, but for anyone that wants to gain an advantage in an increasingly unstable job market. Graduates who can communicate and leverage an understanding of the digital landscape will posses a strong advantage over ‘traditional’ candidates, no matter their choice of industry.

Speakers: Christian Gladwell (Human Digital), Adrian Kaye (Iprospect), Matt Roberts (Neoco), Luke Robert Mason (Philter Phactory), Lee Provoost (Dachis Group).

Networking after-party with nibbles to follow at Foundation Bar starts @ 8pm, Covent Garden. Free entry and free drink for AMP Society members / £3 on door for non-members

For additional information, full agenda and registration please go to: http://www.lsesu-amp.com/events/conference/

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