Next Minneapolis speaker
Thanks for attending our January event! What a way to start 2017! See full photo album here.
Happy 2017 everyone! We’re excited to start another year of creativity and community with you. The theme for January is Mystery, chosen by CreativeMornings/Houston and illustrated by Joseph Alessio. Find out who’s speaking at our next event here.
Have you ever seen that odd building through the fence at the Cedar / Riverside Lightrail Station? That’s the House of Balls, Allen Christian’s studio and gallery. Allen is our November speaker and has lots to share.
Join us this Friday, November 18 at McNally Smith College of Music. It’s also our chapter’s 3rd birthday! This is your celebration. Coffee, community, and inspiration. Everyone is welcome.Free tickets: https://creativemornings.com/talks/allen-christian
CreativeMornings Manifesto (for all chapters worldwide)
Everyone is creative.
A creative life requires bravery and action, honesty and hard work. We are here to support you, celebrate with you, and encourage you to make the things you love.
We believe in the power of community. We believe in giving a damn. We believe in face-to-face connections, in learning from others, in hugs and high-fives.
We bring together people who are driven by passion and purpose, confident that they will inspire one another, and inspire change in neighborhoods and cities around the world.
Everyone is welcome.
Want to volunteer with CreativeMornings/Minneapolis? We need help at events with check-in and several other areas. Be part of helping spread creativity.Hit us up → http://bit.ly/CMMSPvolunteer
Giving Back: Arts Supply Drive
People Serving People is the region’s largest and most comprehensive family-focused homeless shelter. They need arts and craft supplies for kids. On December 18, bring your donations to our event. New items only and be creative with what you bring. Thanks for helping us support our community and those who need our help the most!
“If you’re gonna do something, you might as well make it the biggest in the world.” -Chuck Terhark of Zombie Pub Crawl (CM/MSP Oct 2015)
Thanks to our October sponsors Minneapolis Institute of Art and Agra Culture!
“Put the client first and good things will follow.” -Nina Hale
(Sept’s event on Empathy at Weisman Art Museum)
Our August speaker is Abby Hoeschler, An art history major who decided to go back to her lumberjack roots and start a log rolling company. Did we mention she’s also a World Champion log roller?
Join us Friday, August 14. Free tickets available August 10. More info:creativemornings.com/msp
If you are having trouble registering for the event please contact us and we'll help you out.
Thanks to everyone who came to our June event. We ❤ you. See you next time!