CreativeMornings Are Fueling The Discussion For Thought Provoking Inspiration in the Bay Area

It goes without saying that making discussion of any sort gets the mind running and thinking — For breakfast series, CreativeMornings, bringing together the best of Bay Area thought has always been their number one priority.

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. People from all walks of life could come and gather to discuss matters that well… matter to them. Putting the megaphone in their hand.

Whether the discussion is on art, the latest in tech, or a social issue that needs to be heard, the chapters of the Creative Mornings bring together keynote speakers who are fluent in that area of study or skill. Think of it as your brain’s morning gym routine.

Today, attendees gather in cities around the world to enjoy fresh coffee, friendly people, and an international array of breakfast foods. Volunteer hosts and their team members organize local chapters that not only celebrate a city’s creative talent, but also promote an open space to connect with like-minded individuals.

Taking your Ted Talk and making it personal again.

Now hosting anywhere from 20 to 200 people per meeting, the chapters have started to grow more and more each month, totaling a new space every couple of weeks.

Since every CreativeMornings event is free of charge, each of our chapters looks to local sponsors to help provide breakfast, coffee, a welcoming venue and more. It’s thanks to these sponsors that CreativeMornings remains open and accessible to everyone (that’s willing to wake up!)

// CreativeMornings happen all around the city so stay in the know to get the latest information,

Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photos courtesy of CreativeMornings — Get inspired with our art column. You never know who you may meet!

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