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CreativeMornings/DC
A community and monthly breakfast lecture series for creative types. Each event is free of charge, and includes a 30 minute talk + coffee! Hosted by
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Pendants and Pentagrams 2h
Tonight at , tells the story of the effects of incarceration in the fierce, dazzling poems of FELON. With support from @justicefromyouth
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CreativeMornings/DC 22h
Meet our speaker for next Friday at Auditorium! Tomas Ayuso is a Honduran writer, documentary photojournalist & National Geographic Explorer. He also was awarded the 2019 James Foley Award for Conflicting Reporting. Read more:
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CreativeMornings/DC Oct 11
👇👇 Our incredible community is just one of 207 (!!) chapters. Every month we learn from, connect with & celebrate new creative perspectives focused on a theme shared globally. HBD & thank you for bringing communities together from all over the world 🥳
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CreativeMornings/DC Oct 9
🚨 EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT 🚨 Join us Friday, Oct. 25th at auditorium to hear Honduran writer and documentary photojournalist speak on . Don't miss this! Tix open 10/21, read more:
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CreativeMornings/DC Oct 9
Replying to @brandyglows @joeldaly
Thanks for your interest! We're always looking for great new voices in the DC creative community. There's a lot that goes into finding the right speaker for each event and a lot of interest–with only so many slots to fill. Feel free to DM us thoughts on why you'd be a good fit!
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Nicole Howard Oct 7
Happy ! Look Both Ways is available today! This clip from reminds me of these stories with a range of emotions & it's beautiful. Allowing young people of color to see themselves on the page!
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CreativeMornings/DC Oct 4
In case you needed more proof that our speakers are badass... past speaker is on the front lines of Hong Kong's demonstrations, read more:
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Ramtin Arablouei Oct 3
and I did a Creative Mornings talk several weeks back. It was such a fun experience! You can watch it, if you are so inclined, here:
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CreativeMornings/DC Oct 4
Past speaker has a new book coming out and will be back in DC at in Union Market. Don't miss it on 10/15 📖
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CreativeMornings/DC Oct 2
And the pics are up! Visit for some stills from with at the last week. Let us know if you recognize anyone (or yourself!) and check back soon for the video of the full talk. 📸:
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CreativeMornings/DC Oct 1
From at the on Friday, spoke about examining who is welcomed within museums and represented on the walls to create an inclusive arts ecosystem. Learn more about her incredible work at and check back soon for her must-see full talk 🎤
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Nicole Howard Sep 27
Thank you for an honest talk at . I chose this image because I remember when I found Carrie Mae Weems work and used it as inspiration in my media class in college. We shouldn't be the only ones who know about Weems and Baartman.
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CreativeMornings/DC Sep 27
Don't forget you have TWO awesome options to start your weekend: Autumn Evenings at from 5-8:30 pm AND 's Closing Party: Drink, Draw and Dance at 8 pm
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CreativeMornings/DC Sep 27
If you didn't get enough of this morning at ... 👇👇
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Hanna Wiese Sep 27
Thanks for gracing us with your presence at DC & encouraging us to challenge the narrative of what we consider a muse ☕️
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CreativeMornings/DC Sep 27
Thank you to , , , and everyone who attended 🎤
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Jaime Brown Sep 27
The theme this month is Muse which is extremely relevant for me. Thanks to for encouraging us to interrogate the narrative and call for representation in what we deem a muse. Awesome start to my morning 🌞
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phim her Sep 27
“What does it mean to not just open the door for someone, but to then get out of their way?” - Ravon Ruffin
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Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell Sep 27
My girl talking about the importance of identity & oppression politics behind representations of the Muse in art history for this early Friday morning
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CreativeMornings/DC Sep 27
From , says, “There’s this idea of neutrality within museums. But museums are powerful symbols of so many structures. They tell us so much about the curator. That decision is powerful. You chose this, and left out something else.”
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