Next Leamington Spa speaker
Friday 10th April 8.30am-9am Join Zoom Meeting
New to CreativeMornings?
This is how a morning works at CreativeMornings/LMS -
7.30am - Doors Open
Coffee and Breakfast waiting to reward you for the early start. Time to meet other creatively minded people in an easy going setting.
8.00am - Talk from our monthly speaker.
8.20am - Q&A - time to ask any burning questions to the speaker.
8.30am - Wrap up from the CreativeMornings team which includes ‘Community Minutes’ - a chance for anyone to jump up and announce a project they need collaborators for, a job they want to circulate or an upcoming exhibition or event.
8.45am - either grab another coffee and finish that conversation you’d been having before the talk, or dash off to work, college or wherever life takes you - bubbling with inspiration.
Hope to see you there.
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Hello lovely people. We’re back for another year of CreativeMornings.
Our monthly theme is ROOTS and it was chosen by CreativeMorningsQuebec - “Courageous, creative work begins below the ground.” Illustrated by Felix Girard - Artiste et illustrateur.
Here in Leamington, we’re off to flyer - teaming up with the amazing Interactive Futures Conference to bring you a talk from The Oliver Twins on the 31st Jan.
Philip and Andrew rose to fame as the ‘Oliver Twins’ in the 1980s when they developed the ‘Simulator’ series and ‘Dizzy’ games which became one of the most famous video game characters of the 1980s. Guinness World Records awarded them “Most Prolific 8 Bit Videogame Developers” since they developed an amazing 25 Amstrad games, 17 Spectrum games & 11 NES games – 26 of those became #1 bestsellers generating around five million sales, and at one point representing over 15% of all UK games sales. They founded Blitz Games in 1990 and built it into one of the largest and most successful UK Game development Studios. Helping establish their Base of Leamington Spa as one of the most respected game development areas in the world.
It’s December, it’s the last CreativeMornings of the year and we’ll be celebrating in SILENCE.
We get it. This time of year can get hectic and you may just want that extra hour in bed - especially if you’ve been boozing at your Xmas party the night before. We’ve thought about though, this month’s speaker - the fantastic Alfie Amadeus - is known for his mesmerising acoustic numbers and he’ll be playing some of his material as you gently come to over breakfast.
He’ll then be talking to us about his use of Silence in his music, playing more of his work as he goes.
We’d love to see you all on the 13th to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year before the festivities take over!
Chris and Martina
Put your Pumpkins away. November is here and our theme this month is LOST.
We’ve got an amazing morning in store for you this month with Internationally acclaimed dance company, Motionhouse opening our event with a performance of their duet, LOST. Followed by one of the Dancers, Daniel Massarella, giving us an insight into what his creative process looks like.
Following the talk, we will host the BBC New Creatives team to talk to us about their nationwide search for young creatives to commission.See you there!
“Justice is love, embodied. It can be a path to healing in fractured times.” August’s theme is #CMjustice! It was chosen by CreativeMornings Bratislava and illustrated by Simona Čechová.
Have you got your ticket yet? It’s a simple process, just create an account by clicking in the top right corner then hit the ‘More info’ button below Healey’s name at the top of this page.All you’ve got to do then is hit ‘Register’ on that next page then you’ll receive your email confirmation with all the info about Friday’s event. See you there!
July is here and we have a new monthly theme - END. Chosen by @RiodeJaneiro_CM and beautifully illustrated by @imzeferino !
We had great time hosting our first CreativeMornings/LMS last month and we’re looking forward to doing it all again on the FRIDAY 26th JULY.
This month we’re back with what promises to be a fascinating talk from Sara Jones - a professor at Birmingham University - who’s research focuses on the ways individuals and societies remember and work through authoritarian pasts and how this can be told through art.
TO SIGN UP FOR THIS MONTH’S TALK - CLICK ON ‘MORE INFO’ AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE, THEN ‘REGISTER’
We can’t wait to see you all there, bright and early and really for a monthly dose of inspiration and connection.