December Community Minutes

December Creative Mornings at LABS with Abby Rose of Vidacycle, Vidacycle Tech, Farmerama & #OurField, and singer-songwriter-guitarist Yoshika Colwell.

Remember our Creative Mornings app, made with Impossible, for all the asks/offers from our London community of 8,000+ members - available on iPhone & Android!


1/ Vivian


Vivian’s initiative Ideas Jam is a new way to collaborate - a cross between a talk and a community brainstorm. She’s looking for a space for the next meet up in early 2018. Vivian’s also a great project manager and looking for a job - get in touch!
E/ vivianduong14@gmail.com
F/ facebook.com/IdeasJam
I/ @ideasjam.london

2/ Rose

 
Our loveliest Rose is about to start a new role at Sanctus, who are working with companies and individuals to change the perceptions around mental health. She’s looking for anyone interested in talking about mental health in their personal life and at work. Also, Special Guest is an opportunity for you to share your passion project, poems, story anything you like with a room full of interesting strangers for 60 seconds on stage. Check details on Eventbrite below! 
W/ sanctus.io
T/ @Ro_Scanlon
EB/ eventbrite.co.uk/e/special-guest-tickets-41079660370


3/ Martina


Martina’s from Sweat and Sound, they organise secret, immersive fitness events with live music. They’re looking to join an accelerator programme that aligns with their vision. They’ve also just released tickets for a large yoga and meditation event with a live orchestra. Subscribe on their website for more details.
W/ sweatandsound.com
E/ martina@sweatandsound.com

4/ Sam


Sam is creating a data literacy playground. And she needs help making this education resource look like a playground/theme park/wonderland. Check her repo on Github, and get in touch if you can help! She’s also written, illustrated and self-published the book, “Sophie and the Wishing Tree” - get it on Amazon!
G/ github.com/quirksahern 
T/ @2standandstare
A/ amazon.co.uk/Sophie-Wishing-Tree-Samantha-Ahern/dp/1973324571/

5/ Gabriel


Gabriel’s from Climate Edge, they collect data and offer smallholder farmers important information to increase their yield and quality. They’re looking for different crops to test out new tools - is anyone interested in working together? E/ info@climate-edge.co.uk
W/ climate-edge.co.uk

6/ Matthew


Matthew’s from Toronto and  new in London; he’s an architectural and interaction designer, focusing on environment and spatial design. He’s looking for anyone who’s interested in something similar, people to bounce ideas with and create prototypes and experiments. Also, he’s looking for a job.
E/ mathew.krawczyk@gmail.com

7/ Jane


Jane’s a chef and a meditation practitioner, who runs supper clubs and mindful eating workshops. Get an idea of her amazing work at The Ginger Pot. She’s looking for people interested in running a workshop together, and a food supplier.
E/ jane@thegingerpot.com
W/ thegingerpot.com
F/ facebook.com/thegingerpot

8/ Abby


Abby, our incredibly inspirational speaker this month, had a shoutout for #OurField - a co-op grains movement that she is part of. They are about to run their second project and have openings for two paid roles. Check their website for more details. She’s also looking for people to help with the website design for her award-winning monthly podcast Farmerama.
W/ ourfieldproject.org
W/ farmerama.co

9/ Francis


Francis is our super talented photographer. He works on lots of freelance projects and wants to meet you if you’re doing something cool that needs capturing - events, portraits, projects, photo strategy. Let him know.
W/ http://www.francisaugusto.co.uk/
E/ hello@francisaugusto.co.uk

10/ Max


Max has started a research project about sustainability, redesigning the public space and changing perspectives on urban space through print and space design. It would be a visual communication, collaborative projects that consist in designing heterotopia for sustainable futures. He’s looking for collaborators, sponsors, people to work with or any input!
E/ maxence.s.effantin@gmail.com
(Photos by Francis Augusto francisaugusto.co.uk)