Have you heard that there’s a new cloud rising over Salford in the not too distant future? A mesh / hot spot of technology and communication providing a WiFi Cloud, that just maybe, could help you and yours truly surf that there T’internet for a few bob less than your surfing right now, maybe even free access to all Salford residents, visitors and businesses some time in the future? As i was lucky enough to get an invite, i thought i’d drop by TVSalford Academy on Langworthy Road in Salford and find out a little more about what’s going on! Continue reading “Guerrilla Podcasts visits TVSalford”
This last week or so has most definitely been one of those weeks where everything and anything that can go pear shaped, most certainly has. Thanks to a Guerrilla Podcasts broken biscuits thought shower walk with me girl a paradigm shift in me own thought process occurred! What more can i say? An enforced change in the way i do what i do for the now and another massive self learning curve for yours truly is underway.
Adrian at Guerrilla Podcasts chats to artist Kev Munday at The Salutation Hotel in Manchester. Kev Munday was invited up from London (Hampshire) as guest artist for the evening to paint a mural live, during the 1st Projector Series (live street art) hosted by the Blank Media Collective (BMC), at The Salutation Hotel, Manchester.
Adrian at Guerrilla Podcasts chats with Gethin Jones, General Manager of The Salutation Hotel in Manchester. Gethin gave me the heads up about the young creative group, Blank Media Collective (BMC) hosting their 1st Projector Series at The Salutation Hotel with guest artist Kev Munday and Dirty Works in Manchester and let me know more about what’s going on at The Salutation.
Guerrilla Podcasts Chats with Project Manager Chris Loftus. Chris recently dropped by Garden Needs to have a look around the garden centre in his new role as Project Manager of Social adVentures. He kindly agreed to spare time to have a brief chat and let me know a little more about what’s going on at The Creative Media Centre, on Chapel Street, off Bexley Square in Salford.