Muse with Tamara Scheiwe
September 27, 7:30am - 9:00am AEST. Hosted at CUPO
part of a series on Muse
Tamara Scheiwe is a brand nerd and creative entrepreneur best known for her personal projects, penchant for plants and bold graphic design style. She brings over ten years of design and marketing experience working with clients ranging from some of the largest retailers in Australia, to small independent studios, cake makers and clothing designers.
As a serial passion project creator, forever brimming with noisy ideas, Tamara juggles her commercial commitments with a string of out-of-hours side hustles.
September Creative, is a boutique stationery brand working with industry-leading event stylists and trend savvy couples. Focusing on a modern design aesthetic with a touch of nostalgia, September Creative has carved out a unique slice of the event industry.
Tamara’s love of plants and botanicals combined with bringing Brisbane creatives together, planted the proverbial seed for The Plant Market. What started out a year ago as a nomadic plant themed market in a small community hall has now grown to span precincts across Brisbane, including plant workshops and large-scale events and a premiere pop up shop.
Young Villains is a freshly launched petite creative agency, focused on delivering engaging brand experiences and setting young businesses apart with branding that is as unique as their story.
In her spare time, you’ll find Tamara foraging markets for vintage treasure, drinking copious amounts of chai and planning her next adventure.
Whether you’re a mathematician tinkering with complex equations or a musician pairing discordant notes together, searching for inspiration can often send you in circles. The longer you sit and wait for an epiphany to strike, the harder it gets to make progress.
What if you could get unstuck by turning to your muse?
Your muse comes from the deepest parts of your imagination and guides you to new ideas. It invites you to bring your dreams to life using the raw materials found in your daily life. Artist and director Oroma Elewa once said, “I am my own muse. I am the subject I know best. The subject I want to know better.” *
The next time you want to draw out your muse, stimulate your imagination in a different context. Leave your desk, take a walk outside, read something different, observe the ordinary, or try your hand at a new recipe.
Chances are your muse will come out to play.
Our Dubai chapter chose this month’s exploration of Muse and Shahul Hameed illustrated the theme. Presented around the world by our Global Partner, Mailchimp.
COFFEE AND BREKKY
You’re treated to your morning cuppa joe with The Monday, which exists to explore and connect the Australian specialty coffee community with appreciators and friends. Alex and Tyler are sure to serve it with a smile, make sure you introduce yourself!
We’re welcoming one of our faves, Naïm restaurant in Paddington back as our breakfast sponsor again. Their head chef, Vince Estacio, is planning our brekky bites as we speak.