CreativeMornings Goes Virtual
CreativeMornings chapters from around the world are coming together to translate their events to the virtual space so that anyone can get a breath of CreativeMornings air from their homes.
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It's Weekly Highlights time! You'll learn about the power of communal singing, think about time, learn to be heard, and more this week.
Silence the Noise
How important is silence for creativity? This week, we have a thoughtful talk from Gothenburg, some Mardi Gras spirit, links of the week, and more.
Basecamp Joins the CreativeMornings Family
We are thrilled to announce that Basecamp is our newest CreativeMornings Global Partner! Basecamp will be joining Mailchimp and WordPress.com as one of the generous partners that allows CreativeMornings to grow and thrive around the world.
DJ Jim Q's Playlist: Identity
Songs of individuality, personal expression, distinguishing characteristics and notable traits fill the playlist. The theme this month is identity. DJ Jim Q brings us another great list of jams!
Meet Our Identity Illustrator: Nadya Noor
Nadya Noor is Jakarta-based graphic designer and editorial illustrator. A self-described "visual hunter," Nadya specializes in illustrations, comics, as well as art merchandise.
March's Theme is Identity
Our global theme this month is Identity. What makes you, you? This month's exploration of Identity was chosen by the Jakarta chapter and Nadya Noor illustrated it.
In this latest Weekly Highlights issue, we spoke with Madeleine Dore about working with the imperfect chaos around us. We're also sharing our favorite links of the week, projects, and jobs.
Time Well Spent: Madeleine Dore
Even with inevitable setbacks, how can we learn to harness our daily routines and rhythms to move forward amidst chaos?
Get Ultra Clear
Set up your guardrails in advance. This week, we encourage you to bring your focus back, get lucky, learn, and seek cool opportunities.
Slow Down Time
This week is all about time. We're featuring an interview with Holley M. Kholi-Murchison, a great batch of fun links to click on, talented designers in our community, and our favorite jobs of the week.
Time Well Spent: Holley M. Kholi-Murchison
What practices can we cultivate to recenter our focus and, in return, help us create a heart-centered body of work?
Nourish Your Roots
What is it that makes you come alive and makes you thrive We have another joyful newsletter for you with a nourishing talk, plenty of links to read, and some great companies from our directory.
DJ Jim Q's Playlist: Invest
Invest is the theme this month and DJ Jim Q brings us another jamming playlist. This playlist pays off with tales of sacrifice, deferred rewards, equitable ventures and opportunities galore.
Meet Our Invest Illustrator: Bao Ho
Bao Ho is a self-taught artist born and based in Hong Kong who specializes in freestyle murals and illustrations.
February's Theme is Invest
Our global theme this month is Invest. What do you invest your time, energy, and resources in? This month's exploration of Invest was chosen by the Hong Kong chapter and Bao Ho illustrated it.
How can we make our time count? This week, we hear from Debbie Millman, dive into miniature worlds, learn about cool companies, and share some exciting job opportunities.
Time Well Spent: Debbie Millman
In a time when it’s common to see "busy as a badge," how do we challenge ourselves to be patient, pace ourselves, and start building the lives we aspire to live?
What can we do when we're feeling lost? In this newsletter, we're featuring a talk we love by San Diego speaker Kelsey Daniels. We're also sharing some fun links we think will help you focus on being fully present, reflect on time, and more.
Your Time Well Spent
What does it mean to spend your time well? This week, we explore our relationship with time, click on our favorite links, and feature two great creative companies.
Time Well Spent: Keith Yamashita
What happens when you are having the best year of your entire life, the best year of your career, and you are suddenly taken down by a stroke? We spoke with Keith Yamashita about how his relationship to time has changed since his stroke, the real power of collaboration, and why it’s important to just be.
Time Well Spent
Time Well Spent, a series from Harvest and CreativeMornings, interviews four creative leaders to find out what works for them, and how we can reshape our own relationship to time.