Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Continuing the trend of appearing on radio and talking about things I know nothing about I was recently invited onto the BBC's flagship Radio 4 show Start The Week, talking about "post-digital creativity" and the AlphaVille Festival. Which is something of a life-time goal - so I shall now retire from public life.
BBC - BBC Radio 4 Programmes - Start the Week, 19/09/2011
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Seemed to go down well.
Considerate write-up from RWW (thank you)
At the Nordic Exceptional Trendshop (NEXT) conference in Aarhus, Denmark yesterday, we were treated to some thoughts about the future from Tom Uglow, a Creative Director based at Google’s Creative Lab in London...." more
a short video excerpt
Here's the deck:
Sunday, June 12, 2011
This is a fascinating project that Juliette La Montagne has got me involved with which kicked off last week by allowing me to talk at length and with monumental digression about what I consider to be the future of the book. Anyway - here are the notes and the slides from the talk. If there is a video I will post it.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Monday, March 14, 2011
Chair: Will Gompertz Arts Editor, BBC News
- Sir Nicholas Kenyon Managing Director, Barbican Centre
- Alan Davey Chief Executive, Arts Council England
- Mark Thompson Director-General, BBC
- Tom Uglow Creative Lead, Google Europe, Middle East and Africa
Arts Council page for the launch
Hopefully this event marks the beginning of a more consistent and progressive attitude towards digital from our bigger cultural institutions- despite many brilliant and innovative torch-bearers in a number of the smaller institutions. While, frankly, the prospect of this panel was most terrifying it turned out to be all rather good fun and very very interesting.