Next Brisbane speaker

Transit with Flora Wong

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October 30, 7:45am • Zoom • part of a series on Transit

CM Brisbane, along with the greater Creative Mornings community, is committed to doing what we can in the midst of the current health crisis.
As a result, we will not be hosting an event in person on March 27th.
Please stay tuned for more information as we plan what the next steps are.
Sending lots of love, good vibes and support to our community - CM Brisbane team ⭐️💜

We are thrilled to announce that @Basecamp is our newest CreativeMornings Global Partner! 💫

Basecamp will be joining @Mailchimp and @WordPressdotcom as one of the generous partners that makes this global community possible.

Basecamp offers a project management tool, Basecamp 3, which helps organizations, teams and individuals manage projects efficiently and effectively

Besides its beautiful product, Basecamp is an entirely remote company, famous for its approach to modern work. Learn more about them at! 💻

Welcome to the family Basecamp!
#CMglobalpartners 💜💜💜

Announcing the wonderfully versatile @hello_amycrow as our speaker for March! 💜

Amy Crow is a Multi-Disciplinary Creative born and raised in Brisbane.

She has experienced a varied career path over the past fourteen years; starting in make-up out of school moving into a full hairdressing apprenticeship with world renowned company Toni&Guy. In between these two pursuits, she released two EPs as a solo folk musician. After finalising her apprenticeship she started her own mobile salon which she ran for five years. One of her clients introduced her to the idea of Graphic Design and Amy attended the same college completing an Advanced Diploma in Visual Communications. She also studied UX Design with General Assembly in the year post graduating and started an apparel line FUTURE=FEMALE by the end of 2017.
In 2018 - 2019 she ran pop up shops with FUTURE=FEMALE and also stocked an array of local and interstate makers, theming her pop ups and using her suite of skills to build miniature brand for each individual event. She started up another business, YUNG MUNNY in 2018 as a resource platform for young up and comers who were searching for practical business advice on their start ups with the premise to build and support local creative community.
She rebranded her salon to LOST SALON and placed it inside her full retail shop FORGE FORWARD (@forge.forward) at 709 Ann St at the beginning of 2020 and plans to run Forge like the FUTURE=FEMALE events; an ever changing space acting like a permanent pop up with each month changing brands, makers and concepts.

Happy Sunday creative friends! 🌈
We’re excited for more good vibes this Friday 28th! (And of course good food and good coffee ☕️) 💫
In preparation for this week’s theme of INVEST, we challenge you to choose something to invest more of your time in this week… whether that be catching up with an old friend you’ve been meaning to see… taking some time to yourself to work on one of your hobbies… or even making an extra effort to save $$$ a little more this week 💪🏼