Next Austin speaker
August’s Global Theme is “Urbanism”
Last month, 55 CreativeMornings chapters came together for a global conversation around the topic of “Space.” This August, we’re excited to announce our next theme: “Urbanism.” The theme was chosen by our Stockholm organizer Richard Feigin and skilled Stockholm-based illustrator Marcus Gunnar Pettersson created our monthly illustration.
Speakers are delving into all aspects of urbanism and how we interact with our built environment: such as George and Sarah Aye of Greater Good Studio, who use design to solve social problems (Chicago), to Adam Gebrián, well-known “architect who never built anything” (Prague). From collecting a city’s stories to building collaborative ecosystems, talks from this month will make you think hard about the city you inhabit and the role you play.
To find an August event near you, check out creativemornings.com, or follow your local chapter on Twitter. As always, tickets are free and available starting the Monday before the talk.
We’ll see you there!
If you want to know more about speaker Richard Garriott’s quest to go to space, watch the great documentary “Man on a Misson” on YouTube, iTunes, Amazon, Netflix, or buy the DVD at http://firstrunfeatures.com/manonamissiondvd.
Our musical guest Matt McCloskey is brutally honest about the fears of putting your creative work out in the world in this trailer for Reason To Bleed - a documentary about making art and living with the consequences.
On June 28, 2013 CreativeMornings/Austin welcomed Sonya Coté, a chef & restaurateur, for its ongoing series of breakfast talks for creative types. thehomegrownrevival.com
See photos of the event here: flickr.com/photos/creativemorningsatx/sets/72157634432855532/
We hope you got tickets for this week’s CreativeMornings/Austin talk (the went in less than 1 minute!). If you didn’t be sure to get on the waiting list—we should be releasing more tickets as the day gets closer.
In the meantime, we wanted to introduce this week’s musical guest, Matt McCloskey. He’s a great local singer/songwriter, a friend of the CM team and a pretty talented web developer).
Before the event, we’ll also get a preview of the new documentary from Steven Bush, Reason to Bleed featuring Matt, which premieres next month.
Matt McCloskey’s upcoming shows:
- August 27th: Reason to Bleed documentary premiere at the Violet Crown Theater. Tickets on sale now.
- August 31st: Rattle Inn on 4th & Nueces
If you got a ticket for the Man on a Mission screening tonight, we’ll see you there. If not, see you bright and early on Thursday!
We’ve got two great CM events coming up next week, starting Monday night.
Special Screening of Man on a Mission, Monday, July 22nd - Hosted by GSD&M
Learn about Richard Garriott’s journey to space before his CreativeMornings talk.
CreativeMornings/ATX talk with Richard Garriott, Thursday, July 25th - Hosted by the Four Seasons Austin
For CreativeMornings’ June theme “Food”, we asked, ”What’s the most creative thing you’ve ever eaten?”
CreativeMornings/Austin’s June talk kicked off with this short film about Keep Austin Fed. This group of volunteers takes food that would otherwise go to waste and puts it directly into the hands and mouths of our neighbors… including our leftovers.
If you’re interested in volunteering or creating some great collateral pieces for Keep Austin Fed, email us and we’ll put you in touch.
Film by University of Texas students in the Creative Activist Network. Thanks for sharing it with us Emily, Daniel, Ivy, Maggie and Naomi.