Sacramento has FINALLY gotten Creative Mornings. I have been watching lectures from creative mornings since 2009 after I graduated from UCD. They were a good way to stay connected to design and art while I tried to regroup after graduation during the height of the Great Recession and having to withdraw from animation schools due to the cost and start looking for employment.
Here are some notes from a couple of the talks I was able to attend! I hope I go to more later on in the year when work is a little less crazy! Its a great way to meet other creatives and hear about other's big projects! I always leave feeling inspired to start something new (which is actually probably not a good thing...because I have too many ideas already!)
This talk was an inspiring look at how religious and cultural taboos helped to shape her as a designer and how she went on to create a unique studio (Studio FIG) that combines fashion, graphic design and interiou design to conquer more taboos in the design world! Check out the talk here! (I'm somewhere in the audience!)
This talk had a completely different feel! This was the first talk that I attended and it was super interesting take on finding stories in your everyday life, asking questions and staying curious! And in turn developing a career out of those questions. It definitely still has me thinking about what the story behind the weird things I see in Sacramento are! You can watch her talk here!