Creative Talks

Lecture Series

The Lock-Up Cultural Centre, 90 Hunter St, Newcastle NSW 2300

8:30am, first Friday, June to November 2015

Contact: e: hello@renewnewcastle.org


about Creative Talks

Renew Newcastle, in association with The Lock-Up, is excited to announce that local creative practitioners Jonathan (Jono) Everett and Sophia Emmett will join us for Creative Talks on Friday 5 June 2015.

WHEN
Friday 5 June 2015
8.30am breakfast and registration
9.00am talk by Jono & Sophia

WHERE
The Lock-Up Art Space, 90 Hunter St, Newcastle.

COST
$5 per person, includes pastry, fruit, hot drinks and good company.

REGISTRATION
Head to eventbrite.com.au to secure your ticket.


Renew Newcastle, in association with The Lock-Up, is pleased to present Creative Talks, a series of breakfast lectures presented by people who are making a living from their creativity. Hear of their pathway to success, the lessons they have learned (good and bad) and the pearls of wisdom they want to share with you.

This is followed by an audience Q&A and the opportunity to mingle with local creatives from a wide range of backgrounds.

In 2015 we have introduced a small attendance fee to assist with operating costs.

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Meet, greet and eat at Creative Talks.


VIew November 2014’s Creative Talks with Rachel Milne:

View October 2014’s Creative Talks with Tess McCabe:

View September 2014’s Creative Talks with Trevor Dickinson:

View October 2013’s Creative Talks with Ghostpatrol :

View August 2013’s Creative Talks with Liz Anelli:

View July 2013’s Creative Talks with Benja Harney:

View November 2012’s Creative Talks with Kate Banazi:

View October 2012’s Creative Talks with [Harvest Textiles]:

View September 2012’s Creative Talks with Lucas Grogan:


sponsor-carousel2 Creative Talks is kindly hosted by The Lock-Up Art Space.

Breakfast is generously sponsored by The Newcastle Herald.

Creative Talks is made possible by the generous support of Newcastle City Council.



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