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How We Roll - Work-Shop. What is Work-Shop?
We are glad you asked! Work-Shop is a creative concept that will broaden your horizons and help you unleash your inner awesome. We provide affordable short courses in life skills and alternative art. We’ve teamed up with Australia’s brightest creative minds to share their knowledge and help teach you a new skill. From 3D printing and stencil art through to music and gardening – life skills and personal development through to cooking doughnuts and mushroom foraging, we offer a broad range of fun and creative short courses to suit our time poor lives.
Makers. Made PR. CONCEPT — Steadfast Supply. Steadfast Supply is built on the concept of ‘linking brands with consumers, generating community and support for the local creative economy.’
It is a store where you may find yourself becoming fascinated with a new interest, and linked not just with things, but also with the creative minds behind the brands. A pop-up within a pop-up, the space will be housed with approximately 15–20 rotating curated brands. The layout is formatted, and includes custom fixtures and displays. A perfect platform for brands to display and showcase their products, the custom fixtures will link the brands together within the retail space, while maintaining and keeping the overall vision cohesive.
The store includes the following retail categories from a local perspective: home accessory, beauty accessory, fashion accessory, pet accessory, men’s fashion, women’s fashion, kid’s fashion, artisan packaged foods, and art.
Kitchen /Garden. AGO Art Gallery of Ontario. October 25th, 2016 Photo: AGO Do you love finding art in unexpected places?
Take a walk along Croft Lane just north of College Street and you can explore a new immersive art project created by local youth. Tour Company. Study Abroad for Grown-Ups: The Surprisingly Affordable Way 3 Women Took Their Office Global This Year. The end of neighbours. B-metro. Just some of the many pies that are made on premises from scratch, and sold Sometimes the way to a community’s heart is through its stomach: The promise of PieLab.
Cate Powell / Regional & National Sales / Pie Lab « Good Food Jobs. The Design Portfolio of Reena Karia. PieLab is the brainchild of 14 designers from all over the country looking to create positive social change.
It all started out in Belfast, Maine. We designers descended upon the town to participate in Project M, a social innovation design fellowship lead by renowned designer John Bielenberg. We spent a week understanding the lay of the land and getting to know the people. 2016 Made In The South AwardsGarden & Gun Made In The South Awards. The Innovative Coworking Spaces of 15th-Century Italy. Coworking spaces are on the rise, from Google’s “Campus” in London to NextSpace in California.
Much has been made of these shared workspaces as a brand-new idea, one that barely existed 10 years ago. But the way they function reminds me of a very old idea: the Renaissance “bottega” (workshop) of 15th-century Florence, in which master artists were committed to teaching new artists, talents were nurtured, new techniques were at work, and new artistic forms came to light with artists competing among themselves but also working together. The Renaissance put knowledge at the heart of value creation, which took place in the workshops of these artisans, craftsmen, and artists. HOME - Makers Mentors. Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance. Would you like to take better food photos or perhaps just learn a few tips and tricks on getting that perfect shot?
Pop Brixton Work Experience. Raw Talent and Brixton£ teamed up with Pop Brixton to run a small business challenge, from the 8th-12th of February.
We hosted a five day programme at Pop Brixton supporting 14-15 year olds from The Elmgreen School. Prior to the event, Raw Talent worked with The Elmgreen School to identify and prepare students from deprived backgrounds who would most benefit from this opportunity. This is part of the community give back scheme that all businesses in Pop Brixton sign up to.
Podcast for Creative Entrepreneurs. The Next Big Interior Design Trend: The Artisan Way. Photo Courtesy of Stil Novo Design When a piece of furniture -or home decor- is individually handcrafted by an artisan, rather than mass produced through a factory chain, that instantly adds a distinct and personal touch to any interior space.
Handmade products require time, artistry and skills which, once combined, give life to pieces greatly enriched by the care and personal attention invested by the artisan behind their creation. While the commonly defined as 'shabby chic' style doesn't truly have what it takes to be combined with a polished interior décor, the new generation of more stylistically interesting craftsman designs combines all the elements necessary to successfully integrate handcrafted pieces into any interior design, from the rustic to the more modern & contemporary. Where to go on a dogsledding adventure. Secret no. 2 to making the most of the city this chilly season.
Six creative ways artists can improve communities. From income inequality and unemployment to poverty, education and healthcare, communities around the world are facing critical challenges that require creative ideas and solutions. Any of these challenges could use an artist’s mind, a creative question or a critical thinker to help us find our way to a more healthy and just future. Artists can illuminate truth, offer transcendent experience in a far too literal world, challenge us to feel, and connect us to our common humanity. The good news is that almost every community already has artists. Often, though, this readily available resource is untapped and underdeveloped.
About Markets of New York City « Markets of New York City. Markets of New York City is a guidebook and a website that I created as a resource for people who aspire to a higher quality of life and a sustainable lifestyle by supporting local businesses and buying directly from the people who make and grow the things we all need and want. The modern versions of city’s historical markets provide New Yorkers and visitors with ample opportunity to live and shop this way. This website and the guidebook, is a resource for explorers, shoppers, collectors, foodies and fashionistas, as well as entrepreneurs, designers, growers and anyone seeking inspiration. New York Makers. Festival - What is Vintage Festival? - Vintage By Hemingway Celebrating 5 Decades of British Cool. The Vintage Festival The Vintage Festival is a truly unique annual event which celebrates 7 decades of British Cool. It brings together and celebrates the music, fashion, film, art, dance and design from the 1920s to the 1980s that has made Britain the world's creative and cultural hot bed.
Vintage explores this rich cultural history and the extraordinary influence that it has had on the modern world. The Vintage Festival Concept In 2007 Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway and the HemingwayDesign team developed a concept of a festival that celebrated the history of British Creativity. Sunday Drive Art Projects. Passion and Purpose with Artisan Connect. American Craft Council's Make Room: Modern Design Meets Craft in San Francisco. Coffee Break: Cape Town’s Field Offices. Urban Craft Market. Academy of Handmade Artists and Supporters. Instagram. Fabulous Places - Derbyshire Spring Market. Calling All Indie Design Fans: Meet WorkOf - Lonny Loves. Social Enterprise notes. Young British Foodies. About Kitchen Table Talent - Country Living Ed.
How to exhibit at a fair or market - Kitchen Table Talent, Start Your Own Business - Country Living Ed. Designer Secrets. Fairgoods. Toronto Market Co. Michael Zwaagstra: Too many educators believe that handwriting is obsolete. Nonsense. Many progressive educators believe that handwriting is obsolete in the 21st century. Custom Goods Marketplace Makeably Rebrands As “Hatch,” Now Updates Pricing As You Go. The Maker Movement. Top 150 Makers Blog List. There are hundreds of great inspiring and creative blogs to read, but do you ever wonder which blogs everyone else is reading?