posted on 4th July 2018 by Mireille Harper
With bases across the UK, CreativeMornings is a great organisation to follow if you’re into widening your mind, meeting new people and engaging in the creative industry. CreativeMornings is a breakfast lecture series for the creative community, and their free, monthly events feature a short talk and breakfast. With speakers from all walks of life, working across the industry, and free breakfast thrown in, you can’t ask for more!
Lecture in Progress offer advice and insight for the next generation of talent looking to work in the creative industry. LIP’s mission is to empower creatives by providing information and first-hand accounts to ‘demystify the day-to-day workings of the creative world’. If you want to find out more about roles in design, illustration, photography, film, animation and advertising, check them out and learn more about your craft!
Aquent Gynasium offers free, online courses for professionals working in the digital, communications and creative industries, with the aim of equipping creatives with in-demand skills to help with progressing and advancing in the industry. With courses ranging from design and copy-editing to HTML and CSS, it’s the ideal training ground if you’re a budding creative.
You may view Meetup as a social platform, rather than one rooted in business, or the creative industry, however, this is where you might be going wrong! Out of thousands of groups on Meetup, there are many centered around creativity, working in the creative industry, or how to get your creative career off the ground. With millions of members, you don’t know who you could meet!