At Drawnalism we have worked with European friends and colleagues many times over the years. It’s good to be able to love where you live.
We went in search of new narratives at EuroPCom in Brussels during October 2016 – you can see more about what happened on Twitter. We hope you enjoy the short photograph essay all about it. All photographic images are European Union / Aurore Belot / Hatim Kaghat
Observations from a week in the heart of Europe. I’ve recently spent a week in Brussels, and it’s been great. In light of certain up-coming events in the UK political scene, I thought I’d add a few of my thoughts and observations about life in this apparently hellish domain…
One of our recent events reminded us that Drawnalism depends upon the wisdom of other people on every day we work. We were privileged to be at the Interreg 2016 Conference in Brussels early in June. Interreg is one of those parts of the European Union that we in the UK have not heard much about, at least […]
It’s June, officially Summer, and we’re half way through the calendar year.
In this post I thought I’d take a look back at the first six months of the year and talk about some of the highlights and notable projects I have worked on.
To Bucharest in Romania for the European Union Cluster conference – to help connect businesses, innovations and workers across borders and throughout the continent.
It’s been the story of our lives since the decision to hold a referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union.
Drawnalism has been enabling people to benefit from their ability to capture the key moments of events and conversations since 2009. Our first very first job was to characterise social media on a VERY LARGE WALL at an unconference in a disused factory. Matt says: So, as you can see, we’ve found ourselves in a […]
To Italy for the second in a series of events about helping communities across the continent learn how to reduce carbon emissions through social and behavioural change.
Revolutions take a long time – and every industrial revolution brings a learning revolution along with it. This applies to every manner of job and occupation including translation and interpretation. Translators and interpreters work in a state of dynamic change by choice – and so do we. So, we were particularly pleased to be asked to […]