To Be Honest with Sandi Kafrouni
October 19, 7:30am - 9:00am AEST. Hosted at The Third Quarter
part of a series on Honesty
Welcome to Kiss the Berry! Brisbane’s very first store that focuses on Açaí Bowls, smoothies and coffee. Each one of our bowls has been carefully designed in a way that collaborates and accentuates the flavours in our blend and fruits, so that each mouthful is as good as the last.
A small team of professionals dedicated to bringing you the best specialty coffee and the best service you can find. We keep your cafe full and your coffee machine running.
The team at the Flip Creative Agency Brisbane are a small bunch of talented individuals who are passionate about visual arts and all things digital. They keep things simple, elegant and streamlined. This allows us to attack jobs of all sizes while still bringing their own unique style to everything they touch.
Wacom wants to inspire people and make the world a more creative place through its natural and intuitive line of digital pen tablets, pen displays and styluses. Whether a creative enthusiast seeking a new artistic outlet or a high-end professional making the next big animated movie or industrial design, Wacom allows people to explore creativity at a level they never dreamed possible.
If you ask Sandra Kafrouni what she does for a living, she’ll tell you the honest truth - every day she’s attempting to do the work of the soul, living true to her values and her heart.
Sandra is an artist who teaches painting at Cork and Chroma Melbourne and works at The School of Life, founded in London in 2008 by renowned writer and psychologist Alain de Botton. Since graduating with a Law and Journalism degree from QUT in Brisbane, Sandra has worked as a Solicitor, tutor/guest lecturer, public speaker, and for BBC Children’s TV in Manchester, UK.
A few years ago when work began affecting her health, Sandra had to reassess her path, away from the ‘shoulds’ and expectations, and toward healing and truth, where she finds herself today.
Our place of gathering this month is The Third Quarter Gallery, Brisbane’s newest contemporary Art space, opened by a CreativeMornings/Brisbane alumni Emily Devers.