Various London Locations
Every month we bring together a selection of speakers for short, sharp insights around a chosen theme in our fun, informal and very affordable event Nicer Tuesdays. Previously we have looked at everything from creatives’ hobbies to collaboration, best mistakes to erotica.
Public Art (June 2015)
Featuring games and installation designer Holly Gramazio, Kirsten Dunne from London’s Fourth Plinth, Emma Enderby from The Serpentine Galleries, as well freelance artist Alex Chinneck. Read our review here!
Nature (May 2015)
Featuring Je Ahn from Studio Weave, Tom Murphy and Emma Sibley from London Terrariums, Carol Montpart from The Plant, as well as London-based illustrator Katie Scott. Read our review here!
Technology (April 2015)
Featuring David Sheldon Hicks and Peter Eszeny of Territory Studio, Kingston University graduate Doug Hindson, Aaron Johnston and Adam Shephard of Technology Will Save Us and Sugru inventor and CEO Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh. Read our review here!
Childhood (March 2015)
Featuring Science Museum curator Toby Parkin, comic artist Kev F. Sutherland, Play-o-logy co-founder Katie Johnston and Lawrence Zeegen, university professor and author of Penguin by Design. Read our review here!
Publishing (February 2015)
Featuring Dazed editor-in-chief Tim Noakes, fashion features editor David Hellqvist, Dirty Furniture co-founders Anna Bates and Elizabeth Glickfeld and Stack Magazines founder Steve Watson. Read our review here!
Humour (January 2015)
Featuring sculptor Wilfrid Wood, comic illustrator Matilda Tristram, art director Karl Toomey and illustrator Mr Bingo. Read our review here!
Highlights of 2014 (December 2014)
Featuring illustrator Malika Favre, viral bloggers Joe and Rich Luxton, Noon magazine editor-in-chief Jasmine Raznahan and designers Warrior Studio. Read our review here!
Food (November 2014)
Featuring The Great British Bake Off illustrator Tom Hovey, designer Caroline Till, start-up co-founder Julene Aguirre Bielschowsky and Ken Kirton from Hato Press. Read our review here!
Art (October 2014)
Featuring Studio Voltaire’s Jessica Vaughan, designers Lee Belcher and David Mckendrick, Arts Emergency’s Neil Griffiths and photographer Dan Tobin Smith. Read our review here!
Photography (September 2014)
Featuring photographer Laura Pannack, artist Luke Evans, Here press co-founder Harry Hardie and Instagram star Olly lang. Read our review here!
Storytelling (August 2014)
Featuring illustrator Kyle Platts, director Gabriel Bisset-Smith, Emma Gibson of The Butcher’s Apron and Monument Valley designer Ken Wong. Read our review here!
Travel (July 2014)
Featuring award-winning reportage artist Olivier Kugler, designer of Boat magazine Chris Vickers, Travel Photographer of the Year’s founder Chris Coe and one more speaker TBC. Read our review here!
Outer Space (June 2014)
Featuring experiential designer Nelly Ben Hayoun, illustrator Ben Newman, artist Hefin Jones and independent studio super/collider. Read our review here!
Football (May 2014)
Featuring graphic designer Rick Banks, film director Sam Blair, co-founder of the The Illustrated Game Alice Devine and Sennap’s Christoph Lorezni. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Fashion (April 2014)
Featuring menswear critic Charlie Porter, fashion designer Kit Neale, set designer Sarah Parker and editor of Twin Magazine Becky Smith. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Pranks (March 2014)
Featuring Hirsch & Mann’s senior creative technologist Katrin Baumgarten, designer Josh King, B.T.Wilderbourne and Rebecca Broomfield. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Magazines (February 2014)
Featuring Vice UK’s managing editor Bruno Bayley, Wired art director Andrew Diprose, Riposte’s founder Danielle Pender and Will Dean, editor of The Independent Magazine. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Music (January 2014)
Featuring designer and art director Ben Drury, award-winning music video director duo Us, musician Micachu and photographer Dan Wilton. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Highlights of 2013 (December 2013)
Featuring French illustrator Jean Jullien, artist Alex Chinneck, founder of Intern Magazine Alec Dudson and graphic designer Amy West. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Participation (November 2013)
Featuring immersive theatre pioneers Punchdrunk, photographer Sipke Visser, inter-diciplinary design studio aberrant architecture and creative director Matthew Knight. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Satire (October 2013)
Featuring political cartoonist Banx, sculptor Barnaby Barford, artist & comedian Miriam Elia, and co-founder of the LOCO London Comedy Film Festival Jonathan Wakeham. Reviews: It’s Nice That
NOT NORMAL supported by MINI (September 2013)
Featuring animator and director David Wilson, photographer Jane Stockdale, artist Kate MccGwire and 3D scanning experts ScanLAB Projects. Reviews: It’s Nice That
London as Inspiration (September 2013)
Featuring architects Kevin Carmody & Andrew Groarke (CarmodyGroarke), artist and curator Cedar Lewisohn, comic artist Matt Baxter and Gingerline founder Suz Mountfort. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Erotica (July 2013)
Featuring Alex Tieghi-Walker, founder and editor of The Anonymous Sex Journal, photographer Bronia Stewart, Flo Nicoll of Mills & Boon and illustrator Jasper Goodall. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Collaboration (May 2013)
Featuring Maria Smith of Studio Weave and William Edmonds of Nous Vous, Wieden + Kennedy creative duo Hollie Walker and Freddie Powell, animators and illustrators The Layzell Brothers and John Walters and Simon Esterton of Eye magazine. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Creative Mistakes (April 2013)
Featuring James Ward, founder of The Boring Conference, Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham of Patternity, designer and film-maker Carl Burgess and legendary graphic artist Anthony Burrill. Reviews: It’s Nice That
Environments and Spaces (March 2013)
Featuring Jono Stevens, founder of The Black Cab Sessions, sustainable architect pioneer Edward Shuster, Simon Jordan of Jump Studios and Laurie Britton Newell and Ligaya Salazar, curators of the V&A museum’s Memory Palace show.
Hobbies and Passions (February 2013)
Featuring stylist and WAH Nails founder Sharmadean Reid, illustrator Stevie Gee, Matthew and Chris Dent of the Soho Warriors Football Club, Rapha’s Simon Mottram and artist Rob Ryan.