The Culture Diary supported, curated and helped bring UK arts, culture and creative industries content to both SXSW and the GREAT Festival of Innovation in March 2018. There are a few visual highlights from each festival showcase
More than £150 million is being jointly invested by government and industry to help the UK's world-leading cultural and creative businesses thrive. This Sector Deal, agreed between government and the Creative Industries Council (CIC) was announced on 28 March by Secretary of State for Digital. Culture, Media & Sport, Matt Hancock.
The British Academy of Television and Film Awards (BAFTA) have announced nominations for their 2018 British Academy Games Awards, nominating 45 games from the past 12 months, with world-renowned British developers Ninja Theory scooping nine nominations for their highly-acclaimed 2017 release Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice.
Totally Thames is an annual season of surprising, diverse and accessible arts and culture throughout the month of September along the 42-mile stretch of the Thames. It is curated and managed by the Thames Festival Trust, working collaboratively with artists, local communities, river interest organisations and businesses.
March sees UK innovation take centre stage as the Culture Diary, GREAT Britain Campaign, Department for International Trade (DIT), Arts Council England (ACE) and British Underground bring some of our culture and creative industries' leading and pioneering talents to huge international platforms.
The Great Exhibition of the North, the biggest event in England in 2018, has revealed the core of its extensive 3-month programme with NewcastleGateshead coming alive with storytelling charting the arts and design, culture and innovation of the North of England on 22 June–9 September 2018.
2018 will shine a light on the North of England. Liverpool launches a cultural programme marking 10 years since the city was named European Capital of Culture. This is followed by the International Business Festival on 12–28 June. Shortly after, Newcastle-Gateshead hosts the three-month Great Exhibition of the North dedicated to telling the story of Northern England through its art and culture, design and innovation.
You can now explore Waddesdon in virtual reality from the comfort of your own home in high-definition. All you need is a smartphone and a VR headset, such as Google Cardboard.
Perhaps you live too far away to visit, can’t wait until spring when we reopen the main rooms after their winter ‘rest’, or you want to take another look and make sure you haven’t missed any details when you were here. This series of room tours is our first foray into virtual reality, so we are very excited about sharing these immersive experiences with you.