Next Pittsburgh speaker
It doesn’t get much sweeter than this… our September speaker is an amazing, incomparable leader in the arts and education, Mr. Bill Strickland, CEO of the Manchester Bidwell Corporation > http://bit.ly/1gpl9j6
Join us on Friday, 9/25, at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Homewood. Ticket registration opens on Monday, the 21st.
Hey Pittsburgh Creatives - this month’s event will inspire you to get up and take #Action! CreativeMornings/Pittsburgh is proud to present Emmai Alaquiva, 2008 Emmy Award winner and 2013 daytime Emmy nominee. Through his work in the film, music and radio industries, Alaquiva prides himself on serving the community to his fullest extent, often going above and beyond to ensure that youth in Pittsburgh receive all the advantages in the world.
A special thanks to our partners The Sprout Fund for sponsoring this month’s event. Sprout supports innovative ideas that are catalyzing change in Pittsburgh.
Mark you calendar for Friday, August 28. Ticket registration opens on Monday, August 24.
Our theme this month is Collaborate and CreativeMornings/Pittsburgh is excited to showcase Debra Lam, Chief of Innovation & Performance for the City of Pittsburgh and a member of the executive cabinet under Mayor William Peduto. Debra has over a decade of international experience in governance, sustainable and strategic development, policy analysis, and project management. She has criss-crossed sectors, from non-profit organizations to the federal and local governments, and has developed a network of global external partners to capitalize on the opportunities, resources, and research in her field.
Photo: Chandler Crowell
Our theme this month is #Revolution, and we’re proud to present artist, activist, and entrepreneur LaKeisha Wolf. With more than fifteen years experience in community organizing, LaKeisha is a pioneer of cooperative development. As the Executive Director of the Ujamaa Collective, a non-profit based in the Hill District that supports craft enterprises owned by Africana women, LaKeisha embodies her commitment to social justice and her choice to lead as a revolutionary.
A special thanks to our partner Repair The World: Pittsburgh for making this event possible through the donation of venue space.
Mark your calendars for Friday, June 26. Be the revolution!
Time to gear up and nerd out over this month’s theme. Our May event features a brilliant mind from the world of #Robotics, Illah Nourbakhsh, director of the CMU CREATE Lab and the Robotics Masters Program at Carnegie Mellon University.
Waiting anxiously for our next event? Mark your Calendar for Friday, April 24th. This month’s theme is “Humility,” which was chosen by our Orlando chapter, and was illustrated by Sean Tungelstke.
Join us for this Friday’s breakfast lecture!
This month’s theme is Ink.
Where: The New Bohemian - 887 Progress St. Pittsburgh, PA 15212
When: Friday, March 27, 8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Tickets will be available on Monday 24th!
At CreativeMornings/Singapore, Felix Ng, Creative Director of SILNT shares some controversial advice: Fake it till you make it. While the jury is still out on whether we wholly support that advice, we’re digging this t-shirt by Judson Collier over on Cotton Bureau (whose founder spoke at CreativeMornings/Pittsburgh).
What do you think? Fake it till you make it?
"There is no "they." "They" do not exist. If something would change it would have to be changed through us. " — Vanessa German . Watch the video at http://creativemornings.com/talks/vanessa-german/1