Kelvin Grove Creatives
Structured, in-person gatherings
meet > muse > make > marketing
Open to all Creatives (all levels), with a focus on Writers, Performers and Filmmakers
with an avant-guarde understanding
"Nothing happens without a Scene"
Real Artists Don't Starve
Here's my 3 minute reading of a poem, with comments
January 16th Saturday, 8am, casual gathering in Kelvin Grove
January 23rd Saturday, 8am, casual gathering in Kelvin Grove
January 30th Saturday, 8am, casual gathering in Kelvin Grove
the 1st Saturday of every month for 2021
Launching Saturday afternoon, 6th of February
see below for agenda
Contact James for locations
Build strong collaborative relationships
Share sales and marketing tips
Form a production company?
Make Shorts that win. Entertainment that Engages
The Art of Conversation needs conservation
Everyone Gets 'Paid' - money, advice or training
No 'Job Interviews' - people are spoken 'with' not 'at'
It's not what you wear - it's where you're at
Funny is Seinfeld and the Cookie Monster not Friends
Anything Online - it's all spin until we talk
Your age, gender and anything else, is irrelevant
Flake is a chocolate. Not something you do.
Agenda for Saturday afternoons;
Session 1. Private Venue
5 minute Art Speech / entertainment
Everyone speaks (equal time) about their non-creative work.
Everyone speaks (equal time) about their creative work.
Everyone speaks (equal time) about interests / genres of Film, Music, Art and Literature
Form sub-groups to meet at other times
Session 2. Drinks at the Bar. Hopefully with Retro Music and a free drink, I'll see what I can hustle.
Cost; free, for now
My Influences - Buddha, Matthew, Blake, Shelly, Coleridge, Wordsworth. Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, The Doors, The Saints, Nina Simone / Hagen / Cherry
David Mamet on Acting. Auteur directors. Italian and French New Wave.
Music-all genres, mainstream and alternative from pop to classical
What are your influences?
Text or email, "I'm interested in Kelvin Grove Creatives" to James, and I'll do the rest
"The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails".
James Haldane is a Relationship Marketing Consultant, Author, Actor, Poet, Surfer with a BA Sociology. He's currently studying film-making and writing a play. Don't mention Seinfeld, he'll talk forever.