This month’s theme might be Failure, but it’ll be anything but a flop. Chosen by our Singapore chapter, we were excited to have photographer Bill Wadman depict it in his conceptual, narrative style (above).
CreativeMornings are forming a Talk Watch Squad! Want to join?
Get amongst at http://creativemornings.com/blog/join-the-talk-watch-squad
We have an amazing team of volunteers and partners who help us make CreativeMornings happen every month. We think they’re super cool and you should totally meet them.
This week: Meet Jane Maisey!
Who are you?
How do you help out at CreativeMornings/Akl?
Im one of the resident Twitter Ninjas.
What gets you up in the morning?
Designing with a purpose + Helping others + Running + Faith + Helping refugees & victims of human trafficking.
What’s a surprising fact about you?
I have 3 passports.
What is your favourite thing about Auckland?
Surprisingly open & functional multicultural communities… we all ‘play nice’ fairly well together.
Best breakfast you’ve ever had?
Breakfast burrito in the middle of nowhere in the Utah desert.
Favourite CreativeMornings Quote?
"I believe the most valuable things in life are people and time you spend with them." — Kyra Clarke from Threaded Magazine spoke at CreativeMornings in May, on the topic of Freedom.
Watch the talk at http://creativemornings.com/talks/threaded-magazine/1
Last Friday we explored Heritage at CreativeMornings/ Auckland, with The Alexanders, a family of creative entrepreneurs. Kate, Elliot and Grant Alexander took us into their personal worlds, examining how ‘Heritage’ has influenced their past and may influence their future
Hosted by the amazing team at AUT University and proudly brought to you by Curative, Coffee Supreme, Antipodes Water Company, Little Lot, AUT and our fantastic team of volunteers.
Hat tip to Aria Taylor for the photos.
Check out the full set here: CreativeMornings /AKL with The Alexanders
We love the awesome folks that make CreativeMornings/Auckland happen every month. So we shared it with the CM global community!
Get into dat Heritage groove with this month’s playlist, curated by resident CreativeMornings DJ Jim Quindlen.
Playlist and highlights at http://creativemornings.com/blog/playlist-heritage.
In June 2014 Industrial Designer Jamie McLellan spoke at CreativeMornings/Auckland, exploring what ‘Minimal’ means to him in creativity and design, as well as the role it plays in our lives.
Catch up with the talk above or watch over at creativemornings.com