In 2008, Tina Roth Eisenberg started CreativeMornings out of a desire for an ongoing, accessible event for New York’s creative community. The concept was simple: breakfast and a short talk one Friday morning a month. Every event would be free of charge and open to anyone.
From Berlin, Germany to Jeju, South Korea, CreativeMornings chapters now span over 85 cities around the world. At the heart of each month is a global conversation, crossing over coastlines and oceans to speak about the intersection of creativity and the month’s theme—whether that’s Sex, Freedom, or, most recently this October, Crossover.
This Friday in Volkshotel: Daniel Disselkoen
According to his résumé Daniel Disselkoen knows all about crossovers. He studied law and philosophy, graduated Art School, has a great interest in filmmaking and photography, did an internship at Wieden+Kennedy in Japan, and was part of the creative team that worked on campaigns for Nike and Honda.
His interest in design is inspired by a desire to make and create objects that reflect his inquisitiveness regarding systems and human behavior. This is now the focus of his work. His latest work is Cucalu, an interactive game on your smartphone. The game asks you to look for shapes in your environment, and the challenge is to not look on your phone. Daniel runs Headmade, a traveling creative agency, together with Barbara Putman Cramer. They work both for clients and on self-initiated projects.
Creative Mornings in Volkshotel // 31st of October // 08.30 – 10.00 // Volkshotel
THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED, there’s a waiting list