This month Tea Uglow spoke on the theme Identity. It was an incredibly insightful, entertaining and thought provoking talk. Make sure you see the video (when it’s up) if you missed it. Thank you so much Tea!

We also heard from Rissa who played the most beautiful songs to kick off the event. It was out first virtual event and even though we miss seeing you all in person, the love was felt far and wide. Thanks to everyone who zoomed in from Sydney and around the world. 

Also a big thank you to Wacom for being our local sponsor. Thanks to Work-shop, The Commons, Three Thousand Thieves and Ooooby!

Thanks to the volunteers! These pics were taken by Jean-Paul Horré Photography.

This month Jacinta Conza spoke on the theme invest. She talked about the joy and benefits of investing in things when expecting nothing in return. Thank you Jacinta!

Also a big thank you to Wacom for being our local sponsor. Thanks to Work-shop, The Commons, Three Thousand Thieves and Ooooby!

Thanks to the volunteers, Kez from Taipan Films for the video and these gorgeous pics were taken by Jean-Paul Horré Photography.

This month we had the incredible Isaiah Dawe from ID Know Yourself join us to talk on the theme “Roots”. Isaiah shared his story of growing up as an Aboriginal child in foster care. He also talked about his life changing experience of discovering his roots and going back to country as an adult and experiencing the dance, music and culture of his family for the first time.

Thank you Isaiah for your authenticity, bravery and inspiration and for playing the didge for us! Thanks to everyone who came to the event. A huge thank you to Wacom, The Commons, Workshop, Ooooby and Three Thousand Thieves.

Thanks to Kez from Taipan Films for taking the video and to all our volunteers.

These awesome photos were taken by Jean-Paul Horré

After three years we finally said goodbye to this incredible Workshop venue. We went out with a bang and Jo Roca’s talk was phenomenal! She spoke about being lost and took us on a tour of  “The Island of Lost” during her talk. 

This month Comedian turned Innovator, Rich Brophy spoke on the global CreativeMornings theme, “Flow”.
A huge thanks to Rich for making us laugh and making us think!
Also thank you to the volunteers and sponsors - Wacom, Google, The Commons, Ooooby, Three Thousand Thieves.
Photos by Joyce Ong from New Heights Media

This month we changed things up! Our Host Nicole Velik from The Ideas Bodega ran a workshop to ignite your inner creativity and come face-to-face with your own muse. The audience got creative, solved some juicy challenges and learned some new creative thinking techniques. 

A huge thanks to everyone who came along and shared their creative ideas. Massive thanks to our local partners Wacom and Google and also big thanks to Ooooby, Three Thousand Thieves, The Commons and Work-shop.

See you next month! 

Photos beautifully taken by Lint Gannon.

This month David Ohana spoke on the theme “Justice”. He shared his incredible journey from working in advertising in Sydney to working for the United Nations and UNICEF in New York. Dave talked about how times have changed and how people working in corporations can use their power and influence to fight for justice and create a positive change in the world. This work is not just up to NGO’s anymore.

A huge thank you to Dave for joining us this month and our local partners, Wacom and Google.

Photos beautifully taken by Joyce from New Heights Media.

Last week Damon Gameau spoke to us on the theme “End”. He talked about the importance of stories and how we need to create a new and inspiring story about the planet and our role in saving it becuase as Damon said “ The earth is hiring.” A huge thanks to local sponsors, Streamtime, Wacom and Google as well as The Commons, Ooooby, Three Thousand Thieves and Work-shop.

Photos were taken by New Heights Media.

Last week we had the incredible Nads Spencer speak to us on the theme “Wonder”. It was such an inspiring and uplifting talk. Thanks so much Nads! If you missed the talk, the vid will be up soon. A huge thanks to local sponsors, Streamtime, Wacom and Google as well as The Commons, Ooooby, Three Thousand Thieves and Work-shop. 

Photos were taken by Kyle Barney, New Heights Media.

This month Matt Barratt from Hoyne spoke on the theme “Preserve”. Such a thought provoking talk on Place-making and preserving culture. If you missed it, check out the video above. 

A huge thanks to our partners, Streamtime, Wacom and Google. Thanks everyone who came down and we’ll see you next month!

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