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Creative Breakfasts

Fri 6 Sep - Fri 6 Dec 2019


Meet new people and share your creative ideas!

Free but ticketed

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Join us for a regular chat over breakfast as we host a new gathering by and for Stirling's creative community. Whether you're a professional practitioner, an arts student, or simply enjoy getting creative in your spare time, these events are for you. Meet inspiring creative people, share projects and ideas, and hear from a different speaker each month about some of Stirling's most exciting creative happenings.

Fri 6 Sep, 9-10am
Venue: Macrobert Arts Centre, Workhouse
Speaker: Jennifer Paterson is an aerial and dance artist and Artistic Director of All or Nothing Aerial Dance Theatre, Scotland's leading aerial dance company. She trained at the London School of Contemporary Dance after discovering contemporary dance through Stirling Youth Dance in the mid 1980’s.  Jen creates, performs, teaches and advocates for aerial arts in Scotland.

Fri 4 Oct, 9-10am
Venue: Macrobert Arts Centre, Workhouse
Speaker: TBC

Fri 1 Nov, 9-10am
Venue: Bellfield Centre, Stirling Health and Care Village, Livilands Gate, Stirling

Speaker: Hosted by Artlink Central, a locally-based creative organisation who design participatory and socially engaged arts and cultural projects. We’ll be based at the Bellfield Centre, and exploring the role of their commissioned artists in providing arts experiences that improve patients’ experiences and environments in NHS settings.

Fri 6 Dec, 9-10am
Venue: Macrobert Arts Centre, Workhouse

Speaker: Justine Bainbridge studied at Forth Valley College in Stirling and finished her degree at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland. She practices in kiln formed glass, textiles, porcelain, and watercolour, and much of her work is related to our beautiful Scottish coastal region and her roots in Orkney and Shetland. Her background is, however, in photography, and she received the commendation at the 2018 Scottish Portrait Awards, and last month, the Richard Coward Award to fund her current project of documenting the service lanes of Glasgow on analogue film. She is wildly passionate about primary research and sketchbook development, and how so many pieces can grow from this process.

Booking Details

06 Sep - 9am
04 Oct - 9am
01 Nov - 9am
06 Dec - 9am