San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Creative ideas need more than just a spark to realize.
Develop your ideas with us at the Pocket Rocket Blast-off party, the first of three series - INSPIRATION.
Get inspired by personal shares by Jennifer Kulik and C.S. Ling.
Listen to pitches for creative ideas,
Explore possibilities with funding and mentoring options,
Collaborate with like-minded people.
Drinks, snacks and good company provided!
Jennifer Kulik is a writer, photographer, and teaching artist currently living and working in Seattle. She enjoys giving workshops on arts education, theatre for young audiences, and intergenerational theatre.
C.S. Ling and Ethan Lim are professional outdoor wildlife photographers dedicated towards spreading their love for conservation photography, mostly capturing vanishing landscapes and animals. Both are Gitzo Ambassadors (Singapore), and enjoy creating little victories everyday and achieving their biggest dreams one small step at a time with their inspirational life lists.
When & Where
1. What exactly is Kennel.?
It’s a collaborative workspace for creative entrepreneurs. We provide space to work in, a community to collaborate with, opportunities to connect, and programs to learn from.
2. Who is this space for?
Independent entrepreneurs, freelancers, small businesses – anyone who approaches their work in a creative way and with passion, and who are looking for a like-minded community.
3. What kind of programming is there?
Regular Kennel. nights where different entrepreneurs share their journey and vision, workshops with domain experts, and ad-hoc events like exhibitions or flea markets which are collaborations with other creatives.
4. What’s the space like? Why’s it different?
It’s 2500sqft, faces a lush green forest, and is located in Dempsey Hill.
Previously an architecture firm’s office, it’s a palette of concrete and warm timber. Designed to be welcoming, warm and inspiring, whole walls are covered in idea paint and there are beanbag bears in the living room. The environment influences interaction.