Next Portsmouth speaker

Amy VanHaren

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January 25, 8:30am • The Music Hall Loft • part of a series on Surreal

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It wasn’t easy, but Professor Jeff Stern and his Bentley University students went on a 48-hour “Digital Fast” in which they shut down all their devices and experienced a very different kind of REALITY for a weekend. Jeff talked about the experience in our May series on REALITY.

And by show of hands at the end of the talk, it looks like #CMPKX is up for a Digital Fast of their own. Stay tuned!

April 22 Creative Mornings PKX featured Mike Teixeira & Duncan Craig who separately are leads at local creative firms Calypso Communication & Raka Creative, but who together are the founders of A Tiny Bit Huge.

What to do when a fiercely independent and vibrant yet hard to define art community needs a boost? 

Enter A Tiny Bit Huge.  A campaign to raise visibility of Portsmouth NH as an arts and cultural center. 

A Tiny Bit Huge comes complete with a full team of volunteer creatives and a plan to shine a spotlight on the artists that make up the incredible seacoast art scene. 

You can support the cause by visiting their website at A Tiny Bit Huge and purchasing some cool swag but also by supporting and suggesting a local artist to feature.

It’s a bold, dare we say RISKY, move by A Tiny Bit Huge - but one we think is worth it. Look for video coming soon on the CreativeMornings PXK site

Hey PKX. Many of you wanted to continue conversation with Brad Anderson of Grain Surfboards after his talk. Here are some links that he provided to do just that. Please reach out - I’m sure he’d love to hear from you.

Grain Surfboards

About: Interface Flooring “Mission Zero”

Video: Ray Anderson Inspires - Love on the Factory Floor, Unleashing Creativity

Video: Brad Anderson - What is Re-Evolution?

Video: Grain’s Values-Based Business

Video: An Introduction to Grain Surfboards

Channel: Grain Surfboards on Vimeo

Channel: Grain Surfboards on YouTube

Still Images from our talk with Molly McPherson by Wendy Freedman. Thanks to the awesome Molly McPherson of for speaking to our PKX creative Community. Thanks also to our Team PKX Wendy Freedman, Steff Rahaim, Brett Davis, Kurt Danielson, Mary Jo Brown, Noelle Grattan & Geneve Hoffman. And to our PKX community who braved the Feb Maine weather - hope you enjoyed the talk! Last but def not least - our sponsors Lil’s Cafe, Infinite Imaging, Buoy Gallery, FreshBooks, ShutterStock & MailChimp for making all of this possible. Thank you! Please visit our flickr stream to enjoy, share and download any images.

When poor digital media practices slowly kill your reputation…one click at a time. February is #CMETHICS.

Friday 2.19.16 at BUOY Gallery in Kittery. Doors open 8:30am, talk begins promptly at 9am. Coffee & goodies will be served.

This is a free ticketed event and seats are limited to the first 50 to sign up. Tickets go live at 9am on Monday Feb 15 here:  Sign up for newsletter on main PKX page to stay in the know.

Portsmouth NH’s original Foodie, James Haller, will be our inaugural speaker this month for the newly minted Creative Mornings PKX. Meeting is at Buoy Gallery, Friday Jan 15, 2016. Doors open at 8:30. Serenity Cafe will be providing breakfast. Sign up begins 9am on Monday Jan 11. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know.