The awesome folks of SNASK are at it again. You may recall their lovely teaser for our Stockholm event. SNASK is a brand, design and film agency situated in the heart of Stockholm.
This is the film about a tomato on his way to work at a CreativeMornings breakfast buffét.
If you haven’t yet, watch their talk.
This October, we’re excited to announce our theme of “Play.” The theme was chosen by our organizer Jade Tang and the Auckland team and depicted by Auckland-based James Stewart for our monthly illustration.
The speakers this month touch upon multiple aspects of play from Max Tempkin, founder of Cards Against Humanity (Chicago), Tomáš Pilař, a young Opera Director (Prague), to Jemma Kahn, the primary illustrator and principal storyteller in ‘The Epicene Butcher’ who will be performing her take on Kamashibai (Johannesburg).
As always, free tickets are available starting the Monday before the talk.
We love this video made by Sense Appeal, the catering crew of our Toronto Chapter, speaking about how they theme the food served at their local events.
Toronto’s Chief City Planner Jennifer Keesmaat joined CreativeMornings Toronto to talk Urbanism last month. See more photos here.
SPONSOR: Konrad Group (konradgroup.com)
VENUE SPONSOR: Swipe Design (swipe.com/)
VENUE: 401 Richmond (www.401richmond.net/)
BREAKFAST: Sense Appeal (senseappeal.ca)
PHOTOGRAPHER: Luana Siciu (luanasuciu.com)
Creative Mornings 19 with Jennifer KeesmaatDate: Friday August 23
Time: Doors open + Coffee 8:30am / Lecture 9:00am / Event ends 10:00am
Location: UrbanSpace Gallery, 401 Richmond Street West. (Map)
Online Registration Opens Monday, August 19th @ 9:00am at this link
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Chief Planner, City of Toronto
Jennifer Keesmaat is committed to creating places where people flourish. Having poured her coherent, comprehensive, and collaborative approach into cities throughout North America – and doing the same in her role as the Chief Planner for the City of Toronto – Keesmaat speaks with passion on her belief that now is the time to engage in city building and take ownership of our shared future.
Over the past decade Keesmaat has worked in municipalities across Canada – including Moncton, Halifax, Mississauga, Peterborough, London, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, and Vancouver – on the development of site plans, urban design guidelines, official plan reviews, corridor studies, culture plans, secondary plans and university campus master plans. Her planning practice is characterized by an emphasis on collaborations across sectors, and broad engagement with municipal staff, councils, developers, business leaders, NGO’s and residents associations.Sponsor
Konrad Group is a global leader in the enterprise and consumer technology space. We provide consulting, design, development and application management services, with an emphasis on building compelling user experiences. Our Design-Driven Technology™ approach has delivered solutions in use by over 20 million people in 50 countries around the world.
Swipe is an independent store with a selection of contemporary books on graphic design, advertising, architecture and urbanism worthy of space on the most enlightened of shelves.
401 Richmond Street West is a restored, heritage-designated, industrial building in downtown Toronto that is home to over 140 artists, cultural producers, microenterprises, galleries, festivals, and shops.