Next Melbourne speaker
Have you registered for our event this Friday? We’re back at Inspire 9 and Dan Groch, co-founder of Code for Australia will be joining us to speak on this month’s theme, ‘bravery.’ Tickets here.
The RMIT Design Hub provided the perfect space for last month’s Creative Mornings, “Play” with Jane Burns of the Young and Well CRC.
Jane Burns of the Young and Well CRC came to chat to us last month about “Play.”
Mark your calendar!
Our next event will be held on Friday, 31st October. We’re delighted to have Associate Professor Jane Burns speaking at our Melbourne chapter on the theme ‘Play’.
Jane Burns is the founder and CEO of the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre which explores young people’s use of technology and its impact on mental health and wellbeing.
Tickets will be available on Thursday! Make sure you don’t miss out!
Watch the video from our September event with Tess McCabe, on the topic of ‘CONNECT’.
This month, we’re excited to announce our theme: “Play.” The theme was chosen by Creative Mornings organiser Jade Tang and the Auckland team, then depicted by Auckland-based illustrator James Stewart for our monthly illustration.
Stay tuned to find out who’ll be speaking at our Melbourne event!
Photos from this month’s Creative Mornings Melbourne with Tess McCabe are up on our flickr and Facebook!
Tess’ background is in design: having worked in publishing, government, and as a solo practitioner in graphic design. She’s also balanced time spent in front of the computer with making handmade accessories and textile products.
Above all, Tess loves facilitating connections between creative folk, and supporting and promoting creatives and their work.
In 2009, seeking a network of contemporaries in creative small businesses in Melbourne, Tess began coordinating the Creative Women’s Circle and built a dynamic community for women working in creative industries featuring a regular program of popular events, a blog rich with informative and inspiring content and a database profiling a broad network of Australian creative women.
In 2011, combining her love of print publishing with a desire to learn more about women and their creative careers, Tess published Conversations with Creative Women, a book of interviews with female creative practitioners. The second volume of the series is due for release in November 2013.