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This month, CreativeMornings chapters all around the world will explore the topic of ‘Sex’. In Sydney we’ll be hearing from Stephanie Lorenzo.  Stephanie is Founder and CEO of Project Futures Ltd, a non profit organisation which aims to empower and engage young Australians in raising awareness and funding to combat human trafficking globally.

This event has been made possible by the folks at Streamtime, Wacom and Tractor Design School. Without their generous support CreativeMornings/Sydney wouldn’t be possible! Big thanks to Hub Sydney for hosting this event! 

Check out all the event details, and register here.

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This month’s world wide theme for Creative Mornings is Hidden and we are excited to announce that John O’Callaghan, founder of Trending City will be joining us.

Date: Friday 28th March

Time: 8:30am-10:00am

Tickets: Tickets go live on Monday 24th March at 11:00am here

About the Speaker: John is a freelance urban planner specialising in social activation, community engagement and new media. He is passionate about positive behaviour change and making our cities more liveable by focusing on creativity and innovation. 
John is also the founder of Trending City, a collaborative blogging platform capturing great ideas from across the globe, and co-founder of Idea Bombing Sydney, a creative meetup focused on turning ideas into action. 
John has worked on projects in and outside of Sydney and has recently completed a Social Media Framework for a new suburb in Canberra, Community Garden Strategy at Newcastle and a Social Activations Program at Green Square. In 2013, John was invited to the Jury of the NSW DARCH Horse Awards, an architectural award series that recognises and celebrates outstanding contributions by non-architects. 
He was recently appointed to the board of BrandX, a not for profit arts organisation based in Sydney, and is a lecturer at the University of New South Wales and University of Western Sydney College teaching geography and urban planning. John is also a regular contributor to the Planning Institute of Australia’s New Planner magazine with a column focusing on technology, new media and urban planning.

This event is made possible by our amazing breakfast partners Streamtime, Tractor Design School and Wacom. With their support, CreativeMornings is free and you can enjoy a hot coffee and light breakfast with us next week.

This CreativeMornings event will be hosted by the fine folks at Hub Sydney! 

Find out more about John john-ocal.com/@John_OCal/JOCConsulting

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This month, CreativeMornings chapters world wide will be talking about REBELs, and we’ve got our own home grown Rebel, Jess Scully

Jess Scully is a curator, festival director and editor with a focus on the arts, creative industries, and engaging communities in the public realm.
Jess is the festival director of Vivid Ideas: an annual event bringing together local creative practitioners and businesses with global leaders, to discuss opportunities for the sector. Jess is also one of the curators of TEDxSydney, and the instigator of Kids Hack Day Sydney.

Tickets go live on Monday 24th February at 11am here! The talk will be on Thursday 27th. 

This event is made possible by our amazing breakfast partners StreamtimeTractor Design School and Wacom! With their support, CreativeMornings is free and you can enjoy a hot coffee and light breakfast with us next week. 

This CreativeMornings event will be hosted by the fine folks at Hub Sydney! 

Find out more about Jess jessscully.comjessaroo​ | jerkscully 

This month’s theme for CreativeMornings is Rebel! Speaker announcement, dates and details coming soon! If you want to be amongst the first to hear when tickets go live then sign up to the newsletter and follow us on twitter and facebook.

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We’re kicking things off for 2014 at CreativeMornings Sydney with an amazing speaker announcement for the theme ‘Childhood’! 

On Thursday 30th January we’ll be joined by Lunda Jukic Creative Director of Moon, one of Australia’s most effective and awarded Brand and Communication agencies.

In 2011 Linda was named one of Australia’s Power 20 by Australian Creative magazine and has won multiple personal accolades including the City of Milan, Young Designer of the Year Award and a coveted Australian Graphic Designer’s Association (AGDA) Pinnacle.

This event is made possible by our amazing breakfast partners StreamtimeTractor Design School and Wacom! With their support, CreativeMornings is free and you can enjoy a hot coffee and light breakfast with us next week. 

This CreativeMornings event will be hosted by the fine folks at Hub Sydney! The theme was chosen by the Milan chapter and the illustration is by Ed Nacional.

For the final CreativeMornings event for the year we’re talking about ‘Make’! Tickets will become available on Monday 9th for the Friday 13th event! Find out more at the event page

If you want to be the first to know when tickets go on sale and receive a handy reminder before they go live sign up to the newsletter! We’ll keep you in the loop!

This month, CreativeMornings chapters all around the world will explore the topic of ‘Bravery’. Here in Sydney we’re extremely excited to be joined by Christiaan Van Vuuren, one half of the Van Vuuren Bros - the directing duo behind the ‘Bondi Hipsters’.

Christiaan’s path into the online spotlight has been in and of itself, Brave. He decided to move into filmmaking after being told he had tuberculosis and was quarantined to a hospital room for 6 months - where he and his brother Connor created a series of viral videos ‘The Fully Sick Rapper’. 

So be courageous, tell your boss you’ll be joining us at CreativeMornings this Friday at Hub Sydney for a little dose of Bravery for Breakfast (Also free coffee and noms). 

This event has been made possible by the folks at Streamtime. Without their generous support CreativeMornings wouldn’t be possible! Big thanks too for Tractor Design School for ongoing support and Hub Sydney for hosting this event! 

Check out all the event details, and register here.

CreativeMornings/Sydney

Free breakfast and coffee from 8:30am 

Talk begins at 9:00am

Global Topic Connect

Free tickets will go live on Monday September 2nd at 11am

In this ninth month of topics for 2013 CreativeMornings explores the theme of Connect.Check out this illustration by Vancouver based Tom Froese!

Speaker | Ian Haigh

Leader. Warrior. Genius. Ian Haigh is none of these things. However he is very friendly, and reasonably tall.

Ian has been enamoured with computers from an early age, and eventually figured out that people will pay him to press buttons in the correct order. After stints in the world of prepress and design in Wellington, London, and Amsterdam, Ian moved to Sydney and now makes videos for his small (but perfectly formed) agency, Ketchup.

He currently films with Canon dSLRs, and animates with After Effects and Cinema 4D. Ian is happiest when spending hours programming a computer to do something automatically that would’ve taken minutes to do by hand.

Ian is becoming more comfortable speaking in third person, and has recently started blow drying his hair.

 

 

 

Ketchup
Ketchup
 is a small company that uses film and animation to tell the stories of brands – and the people behind them.

We’re passionate about technology, beauty, and sandwiches. We blend all three of these ingredients to create videos for our clients that engage, inform, and excite.

If you’d like to know how to add Ketchup to your next project, we have arranged some words, pictures, and videos over here.

 

Partners
CreativeMornings/Sydney is generously sponsored by our partners Campaign Monitor and Mentally Friendly and co-sponsor Tractor Without their generous support these events wouldn’t be possible. 

 

Campaign Monitor - Send beautiful email newsletters.
@campaignmonitor

Tractor Design School - Australia’s industry design school.

Mentally Friendly - A Digital Agency with offices in Sydney and London. @MF_news

 

About CreativeMornings
CreativeMornings is a monthly morning gathering for creative types. Each event includes a talk, followed by a Q&A group discussion. The gathering begins at 8:30am with the topic presentation starting at 9:00am and everyone taking off for work at about 9:45am. CreativeMornings are free of charge thanks to the amazing partners!
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