[Visuelt] Connecting Creative Communities Globally and Locally
– Hosted at Westerdals School of Communication
Sally Rumble is a community building specialist, designer, and civil rights activist with a focus on anti-racism. She has worked with Justice League NYC, a criminal justice reform focused organization and initiative of the Gathering for Justice founded by Harry Belafonte, Color of Change, the United States’ largest online racial justice organization, and Children of Promise, embracing children of incarcerated parents & empowering them to break the cycle of intergenerational involvement in the criminal justice system.
Westerdals School of Communication is an accredited university college offering Bachelor’s degrees in Text & Copywriter, Art Direction, Film & Television, Visual Merchandising & Commercial Interior, Graphic Design, and Event & Experience Design.
The school educates qualified creative communicators who are mastering the crafts and computer skills of the different bachelor’s programmes, in addition to having sound knowledge of methodology and strategic thinking. Transforming creative students to creative professionals for the creative industries is a main goal for Westerdals.
Grafill joined CreativeMornings as a sponsor & partner early on and contributed significantly to the growth of the event in the design community of Oslo.
We’re proud to co-host an event with a topic of “CreativeMornings connecting creative communities locally and globally.”
CreativeMornings Oslo team will be joining the very first Global Summit of CM in New York early October where the chapter hosts from 90 different cities gather in one place to share stories and experiences.
The Oslo chapter host will deliver stories from the creative communities around the world and discuss the importance of staying connected.
The event includes a live video chat with a New York HQ team member, Sally Rumble.
See the rest of Visuelt program 2014 here. http://www.grafill.no/visuelt/program
*Tickets will be released on the 5th of September.