Malik Benjamin, Instructor and Director of Program Innovation at the College of Architecture + The Arts Department of Architecture, is hosting the first CreativeMornings/Miami chapter in partnership with the InterContinental Miami and LAB Miami. CreativeMornings, started by Swiss designer Tina Roth Eisenberg in September 2008, is a free monthly lecture and breakfast event. It provides an educative platform on which individuals can teach and learn about a given, global theme of the month. There are currently 60 chapters of CreativeMornings across the globe, with the Miami chapter recently starting in November.
The next CreativeMornings/Miami event will feature speaker, writer, and creative evangelist Denise R. Jacobs, speaking about December’s global theme of “Make.” Jacobs attends conferences around the world to teach employers and individuals about expressing and using creativity in the workplace. Jacobs was recently invited to be a 2013 .Net magazine “Best of the Web” judge, and has been nominated for a .Net magazine “Best of the Web” award and a Webbie award. She authored The CSS Detective Guide, and has spoken at organizations like the BBC, South By Southwest Interactive, and TEDxRheinMain.
The CreativeMornings/Miami event featuring Denise R. Jacobs will be on Friday, December 6th at 8:30AM, at the InterContinental Miami: 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, Florida 33131. RSVP here.
The images in this article are provided courtesy of Catalina Ayubi.