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In partnership with Google, Bloomberg, EventBrite and The Guardian, REMIX is a global summit brings together key leaders in culture, business and technology to debate the challenges facing the culture industry and the opportunities posed by new technologies & changing consumer behaviours.
The inaugural event held this year at Bloomberg's European headquarters in London featured 50 expert speakers from Google Cultural Institute, Frieze, The Independent, FT, YouTube, The Serpentine Gallery, Microsoft, Tate and V&A who also attended the evening networking sessions along with 350 delegates.
Mobile technology offers opportunities to generate new content and revenue streams, communicate with audiences, exploit content and develop new partnerships.
Attended by over 200 leading culture professionals, this year saw our second mobile culture conference held at The University of Arts's new building at King Cross (formerly at the O2) with speakers and panel members including Minister for Culture, Ed Vaizey, The Guardian, Royal Opera House, Tate and Unilever.
The annual Mobile Culture conference will take place in May 2013 - visit here for more information.
Soho House Group
To mark London Design Week 2012, CultureLabel was invited by Soho House London to curate an exclusive evening for their members entitled Functional Aesthetics.
Covering interiors, ceramics and homeware, we invited some of our favourite partners to showcase their work including contemporary ceramicists The New English, furniture designer Love Anna James and designer Nick Fraser. More events around art collecting, design and culture are in the pipeline.
At the cutting-edge of cultural developments and with a strong partner network, our team can curate captivating and insightful events. For more information, please contact Alice at email@example.com
Release at Tate & ICA
RELEASE has been created to crowd-source the best new museum product ideas and designs from creatives across the globe.
In Year 1 the competition was launched in partnership with the ICA. Judges included Ambra Medda co-founder and director of Design Miami and Design Miami/Basel, Ekow Eshum, former Director of ICA, London and Ben Evans, Director of London Design Festival. A major launch event took place at the ICA seen below. The winning products can be found on CultureLabel.com.
In Year 2 the competition was held in partnership with Tate and Wallpaper* with judges inclding the artist Richard Wentworth. Two products were selected that are now sold at Tate retail outlets.