If you've been spending time re-evaluate what’s important and how you want to work, it might be time to shake up you freelance creative practice. This articles is for anyone wondering when it's time and how to start making important changes.
Struggling with what it is to be authentic in your practice? Wondering about what it's really like to sell your company? Hear one person's experience of coming to terms with the reality of authenticity and selling out in this brutally honest article by maker Louise McGettrick.
Few people find it easy to capture their essence and write succinctly and intelligently about themselves, but it’s a skill worth developing because presenting yourself poorly doesn’t just lead to missed opportunities, it leaves a memorable impression for all the wrong reasons.
This week on Elevenses we speak with adaptive clothing brand founder Katie Ellis who, inspired by her grandmothers diminished mobility and desire for independence and dignity, established The Able Label.
Hear from EMEA marketing exec VP, turned angel investor and business mentor, Con Gornell, to discuss what it is about the creative and social sectors that excite him enough to donate his time and invest his money.
Join this powerful duo for an hour of clarity around what you need to do to set up your busy to succeed financially and legally. Get answers to your burning questions and overcome your fear of the 'boring stuff.'
The last 7 months have seen unapparelled challenges face the hospitality industry. Join host Claire Stuart and a panel of Glasgow based hospitality business owners as they share their experiences of surviving in the age of COVID.
Hear from Actor and Producer, Louise Oliver. An insightful organiser with a taste for revolution, she’s made work and waves all over the world and has kindly agreed to share some of her insights with the CEC community.
Hear from international performance maker Sarah Rose Graber who offers an insight into her creative projects, producing work internationally and why access, joy and happy accidents are a big part of being creative.
This week on Elevenses with CEC we speak with Shaheena Janjuha-Jivraj, Associate Professor at Henley Business School, Diversity and Innovation consultant and Forbes writer about how small businesses and startups can imbed a culture of inclusion into their fabric from day one.
Meet Chief Creative Officer & Co-Founder of Equator, Jamie Jefferson and hear about her experience of transitioning within her digital business and how that journey has informed the work she’s now doing to transform inclusion and diversity in the digital sector.
Meet Gold Rush Executive Producer Jason Giberti who due to the pandemic is now managing a large-scale, 25 episode television production, being filmed several times zones away, remotely from his Glasgow home.
Join artist Pippa Gatty for a look around her converted barn studio and the rural Mull landscape around it and gain an insight into how her environment affects her process and how entirely not new isolation is to her.
This week on Elevenses with CEC we chatted with Site Gallery Curator, Angelica Sule about the role that curators, galleries and institutions will play in the new landscape and what that could look like.
This week we hear from author, comedian and entrepreneur, Gavin Oattes who’ll be sharing his perspective on our new world. A highly sought-after Keynote Speaker and award-winning entrepreneur, his inspiration all come from where he began his career…Primary School Teaching and Stand-up comedy.
Rachael Brown & Andrew Dobbie from Made Brave ask accredited Lego Serious Play Facilitator, Lindsay Dunbar about using playfulness to build solutions and explore ideas with the creative and cultural sector.