Our lives were postponed, but our desire to connect is stronger than ever.
Join us for a super spring mixer, as we dig in and collaborate with creatives from eight major Midwest cities! Let’s radiate some love from the middle!
Meet people from other chapters. Learn about each other’s communities. Tour a unique hotspot in one of our Midwest cities.
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What Will The Event Be Like? CreativeMornings is all about inspiration and community. This event is special – it’s CreativeMornings/Midwest! We’re joining up with seven other chapters from around the midwest to celebrate creativity in a new way. You’ll have a chance to interact with others from around the Midwest, and select from several different experiences or activities hosted by each chapter. More details to come!
Matthew Shrader is a glass artist whose talent will literally blow you away! First, visit the glass blowing studio inside the Hot Shops Art Center. Hear how this creative pillar of the Omaha community – born out of a need for affordable studio space and desire to collaborate – is now working space for 70+ artists. Then watch as Matthew demonstrates how he uses hot sculpting and breath work to manipulate 2000 degree glass into a work of art.
Molly Wellman is a self-taught mixologist born and raised in Cincinnati. She spent 12 years living and working in San Francisco and returned to her beloved hometown to be closer to family. Since her return, she has shaken up the classic cocktail scene not only in her hometown but also across the nation. In this session, Molly will teach us the history of and demonstrate how to make the classic cocktail Corpse Reviver #2.
Kiyomi Negi-Tran is a multidisciplinary designer and artist from Chicago. Her arts organization Asian Improv aRts Midwest will be hosting their annual exhibition 思考回路 • Shikoukairo III: Patterns of Thought at Zhou B. Art Center in Bridgeport from 4/16-5/31 as a continuation of their efforts to reframe the conversation around AAPI cultural diegesis in the arts. Join her to learn more about what goes into curating an exhibition that redefines public perception and celebrates the community.
Questions? Please let us know if you have other questions about the event: email@example.com
Future exhibits and shows are announced all the time.
Please stay tuned.
DATES & TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE! Please refer to this page for updates as the event draws near. Artist receptions are often held the first Friday or Saturday of the month (your best bet is to come around 6-7 pm), unless otherwise noted. Galleries are often attended by a curator Saturday and Sunday, Noon-4pm, or by appointment at (402) 342-6452. Otherwise, shows can be viewed during normal business hours. When in doubt, contact us.