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We just launched some new profile features that allow folks to answer questions about themselves and their work. Having found a few gems ourselves, we thought we’d share some with you.
From Austin to Münich, this March we covered the theme of Hidden across our 75 chapters. The theme was chosen by our Seattle organizer David Conrad and his team. See the photos.
Morning Person: Sharon Ann Lee
We speak with the culture analyst on how she’s found success doing more of the stuff she loves, less of the stuff she hates, & why everyone should do an ethnography projects on themselves.
CreativeMornings is nominated for a Webby!
We’re beyond honored to be in the running for a Webby Award, thanks to the blood, sweat, and tears of Oak Studios. Cast your vote to make us feel all special inside.
Book List No. 6: Sex
Spring is in the air and with all the birds and the bees, it seems almost too appropriate that April’s theme is Sex. Chosen by our Toronto organizer and his team, we’re talking about Se...
Chris Bishop, PBS KIDS' Digital Director
Daniel Wolfe shares the experience of his first CreativeMornings event where PBS Kid's Digital Director Chris Bishop gives an education on the lessons he learned from designing for kids.
Speaking tips gleaned from CreativeMornings
Chicago writer Nate Burgos recalls his experiences at CreativeMornings/Chicago and the elements that make a successful talk and presentation.
Lasers! Pew! Pew!
Laser Cat eats art. So far he’s consumed a little over 15k works of art, and he wants to eat yours, too! The glitterific laserfied installation is the work of Barcelona-based studio Hungry Castle.
We launched some brand spanking new profiles on the CreativeMornings site. Just take it from Brent, our unwittingly featured volunteer from Atlanta (above).
Sex, Sex, Sex
April’s theme is no joke! We’re a talking about Sex across 71+ chapters.
Chris Coleman: Career Advice for Troublemakers
Chris Coleman is a troublemaker. After launching, branding, and promoting over 200 companies across the United States and Europe, the serial founder wants to give you some career advice.
Unlock CreativeMornings in Copenhagen, Charleston & Rio
CreativeMornings and Squarespace are unlocking three new creative cities. Today marks the start of a month-long search for outstanding organizers who want to bring CM to: Copenhagen (Denmark), Cha...
Ready or Not, Here We Come!
As part of this month’s Hidden theme, we wanted to showcase some of the work done by this month’s speakers and other members of the CreativeMornings community. These artists highlight m...
Part of our February theme of Rebel, Cal McAllister, Co-founder and CEO of Wexley School for Girls, speaks at our Seattle chapter on being pleasantly disruptive. A rebel in the advertising industry...
Backwards advice from Mig Reyes
In honor of May’s theme, ‘Backwards,’ Mig Reyes spoke at our Chicago event, giving some backwards, or untraditional, advice. Here’s a recap.
Chris Glass: Design is a process to solve challenges
Design is a process to solve challenges. —Chris Glass, speaking at CreativeMornings/Cincinnati
From Aarhus to Zurich, last month we covered the topic of Rebel across our 71 chapters. Here's a collection of some of the best snapshots from events around the world.
Book List No. 5: Hidden
Hide away with a good book chosen from this round-up of ten books around March’s theme of Hidden curated by our friends at Designers & Books.
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