Tag Archives: Creative Conference

links loved: the conference edition

Oh man, there was SO MUCH to take in at the Creative Economy Conference! (It even made me feel a little “hungover,” as I wrote about yesterday.) I was just blown away. I scribbled lots of things in my notebook, … Continue reading

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“conference hangover”

… is totally a thing. I got home at 3 from another busy and inspiring day yesterday at the Creative Economy conference and went straight to bed. I briefly considered going for a walk or doing some yoga but by … Continue reading

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“conferencing”

Anyone who knows me or who has seen me in public will tell you I don’t mind showing my excitement about things. I forget this truth about myself, until I’m in a big public meeting and then re-realize it around … Continue reading

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“this did not start off fancy” – Growing the Creative Economy

So as I’ve said, NSCC (the school I attend) graciously paid for myself and my fellow Graphic Design students to attend a conference last week. Brilliant move on their part. As it was for anyone who attended the conference, really: … Continue reading

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Tell me, tell me: crowdsourcing on creativity

Next week (March 25-27), the Cape Breton Centre of Craft and Design is putting on a rad conferenceĀ in Sydney. (Click here to read my blog post from last week about why conferences are important to take the time to attend, … Continue reading

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Let’s go beyond buzzwords!

Let’s go beyond buzzwords to the real stuff of life. To food, to happiness, to being able to make a freakingĀ honest living here on the island we love. OK, you say, that’s a dream, but how do you get there? … Continue reading

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