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For all those attending our event next Friday, keep an eye on your inbox for a full itinerary of the December event. We will be giving away a @seljakbrand blanket to the best icebreaker answer, so preparing it early is worth your while. 👉🏽 Q: Write a short title to a personal story that requires more context to be understood. #cmbne #cmcontext
WIN THE WACOM! As mentioned yesterday - we have a $499 @wacomanz to giveaway to one lucky attendee of our December event next Friday 15th. All you have to do is buy a raffle ‘ticket’. Actually, it’s more like a raffle zine. .
Remember the Moments disposable camera challenge from February’s talk with @toby_scott? Well the zine is finally here all thanks to our morning people who captured moments and @autumn.studio for designing and printing the publication. Each zine is $10 and there is 100 up for grabs. You’ll have a chance to buy one before the talk next week and be 1/100 in the draw for the Wacom! .
The best part? All money from the zines go towards supporting @junkycomics, so we have the opportunity to raise $1000! It’s a win,win,win. That’s a lot to take in so take a breather and get excited. #cmbne#cmcontext
WIN A WACOM! 😍 It wouldn’t be a Christmas event without presents! Thanks to our support partners @wacomanz, we have a Wacom Intuos Pro medium valued at $499 to giveaway at our December event with Sammy Seljak @seljakbrand! It will be a raffle ticket system on Friday 15th for attendees of the event and there’s 100 tickets up for grabs! Stay tuned for more details tomorrow. #cmcontext #cmbne
Life is way too short to drink crap coffee. Thanks to Coffee Supreme AU, we don’t have to! There will be cold brew waiting for all attendees of CreativeMornings Context with Sammy Seljak next Friday in compostable cups thanks to Brisbane Cup Supplies. #cmbne #cmcontext
Hop along to Day Made in the meantime!
This baby just landed in our laps today! The Seljak Brand Original Whipstitch blanket is made from 70% recycled wool and 30% blend of polyester & recycled mohair, alpaca and cotton.
Sadly, as much as I wanted to tear the packaging off and throw this baby over the couch - I won’t be holding onto it. Instead, it will go to one lucky winner at CreativeMornings Context with Sammy Seljak. Stay tuned to find out how you can go home with it! #cmcontext
Samantha Seljak is a social entrepreneur, a feminist, a doer and a people person. She is the co-founder and director of Seljak Brand and she imagines a world without waste and find news ways to create beautiful things. Register soon to hear her speak on the theme of Context for the last CreativeMornings of the year. #cmcontext
We’ll be announcing all event details this week. Here’s a little clue as to who our speaker might be, by the talented Ryan McShane
Were PUMPED to announce this one. Thanks to our support partner @zenueco, our December is going to be the biggest and baddest yet. Our goal: no waitlist 🙌🏻 Our warehouse venue in Milton will host 250 morning people for our event on Friday, December 15th. That’s 100 more than we’ve ever been able to host. Stay tuned for further details and check out @zenueco’s new website while you’re at it.
Our November event is cancelled.
But don’t shed a tear, we can get through this together.So you know that wonderful and equally patronising John Lennon quote: “Life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans.” Well, that’s pretty much how November has gone down so far. Because we’re committed to bringing you the best events possible, we’ve decided to cancel the November event and focus our efforts towards throwing the biggest and best CreativeMornings/Brisbane Christmas Bonanza event next month.We’re sorry for any inconvenience or existential crisis this may cause you and we pinky promise to make it up to you all with one last 2017 hoorah. Save the date for Friday December 15th and stay tuned for details.
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