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June is Revolution

Revolutions aren’t strangers to the creative community. We’re a community that breaks rules, challenges stereotypes, and makes change. We care deeply about the cities we live in and fight passionately for our convictions. This month, hosts and speakers in 115 cities will explore this theme of Revolution.

June’s global events are presented in partnership with Shutterstock. The theme was chosen by our Raleigh chapter and illustrated by the talented Mark Weaver.

We’re excited to spark a month of revolutions of all kinds — from personal triumphs to social justice movements to game-changing approaches to craft. Some inspiring perspectives coming your way, including:

  • Dr. Paul Tinari hypothesizing about the lasting impacts of 3D printing (Vancouver)
  • Kurt Cavanaugh championing urban planning as a revolutionary act (Charleston)
  • Ian Warner speaking on architecture in the wake of the Berlin Wall (Berlin)
  • Jennifer Armbrust exploring the collisions between business and art (Portland)

Be sure to follow the global conversation on Twitter and Instagram with #CMRevolution. Find an event near you, and as always, free tickets are available starting the Monday before each talk!

We’re thrilled to be partnering with Shutterstock this month, CreativeMornings’ official global partner for visual inspiration. Together, we’re spearheading a monthly campaign to celebrate the tools and visual inspirations that lead to transformation — whether small or large. We’re challenging the global community to sketch and share the change you wish to make in the world with our Tiny Revolutions series.

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