On Tuesday 8th of December Glug Leeds is back with a Christmas flavour hosting an end of year special ‘Creative Collaborations’ at Leeds coolest new venue Headrow House.
Join us for an evening of talks looking at the beauty and effectiveness of creative collaborations delivered from the mouths of some our local creative talent – while you enjoy a glass or two of festive cheer…
Fresh cut – a creative video production company based in London and Leeds and produce vibrant, cinematic and refreshingly entertaining video content.
They work as a collective of colourful, hard-working, movie-loving, film creatives with hard-earned experience and a unique blend of production skills they thrive on creative ideas and original filmmaking that connects clients with their key audiences.
Over the last nine years, Fresh Cut have worked with businesses large and small, from national organisations and charities, to local independents in Yorkshire.
G.F Smith – a house hold name for any creative but just in case you’re not familiar, G.F Smith is an independent British company that has been providing the creative world with inspiration since 1885, constantly seeking out new papers and processes, to expand collections and adding to their knowledge.
Ben Watkinson (Sales Manager) and Matt Scharf (Sales Executive) will be talking about their experience of creative collaborations using the extensive G.F Smith range, and as an added treat we’ve got a Colour plan tote bag for each of you!
Leeds Soup – Meet – Pitch – Eat – Vote: The aim of Leeds SOUP is to change the local the community for the better with a quarterly micro funding experiment. It’s based on the popular Detroit SOUP event. The value of each ticket sold is added the winning fund pot. There are 4 people pitching their ideas, attendees each get a voting token, each person will vote for the project they like the most. The winner takes the whole pot! The only requirement is the project needs to benefit Leeds.
The guys from Leeds Soup will be giving us the low down on their event and hopefully we’ll be hearing from a few of the past winners to see how the micro funding experiment is coming along in Leeds.
CuratorSpace – co-founded by web developer Philip Bennison and artist-curator Louise Atkinson. It is an online subscription-based platform that connects artists and other creative freelancers with organisations. It streamlines the process of sourcing and managing applications, saving organisations time and money. CuratorSpace publicises creative opportunities worldwide and has built up a network of over 5000 members.
Louise and Philip will be coming along to tell a little about the inspiration behind the platform and how collaborations both within the organisation and amongst their network have created a positive impact.
Parallax – a digital agency that create perfect digital strategies and solutions that make organisations more successful.
Glug Leeds Notebook Competition
All entries are now in and we’re looking forward to making a showcasing our winners and seeing their designs printed in all their glory on our notebooks ready to give away at the Christmas special!
Standard tickets are – £10 and include entry/ a glass of mulled wine and a notebook featuring our competition winners Christmas Glug design.
Get your tickets here!
See you at the bar, Gluggers!