A database of women and non-binary folks working in the creative industries in Australia.
Cogdis helps organisations navigate culture’s biggest ethical questions. Across reports and podcasts, Cogdis aims to align internal human purpose with external business action.
Global breakfast lecture series for the creative community. A great place for free coffee, croissants and meeting locals. Access previous talks online.
Famous for their pencils, D&AD is a non-profit association supporting the creative industries in more ways than awards.
Portable library, publishers, DIY events and workshops from Lu Williams. Contact Lu to add your zine to the library.
With a physical space in Melbourne, LOL produce zines, put on workshops and provide tools for people looking to fulfil their passions.
Global non-profit incentive to support women and non-binary folks in the design industry. There are chapters in cities all over the world hosting meetups, talks, portfolio reviews and events.
Based in what was once the heart of London’s print industry, the London Centre for Book Arts (LCBA) is an artist-run, open-access studio offering education programmes for the community and affordable access to resources for artists and designers.
Berlin-based design collective hosting group exhibitions, workshops, talks and events for the local creative community.
An amazing resource for making the jump from studying to working in the creative industries. Seasoned professionals will gain some insight into their industry here too. Monthly meetups are run around the world by local teams.
A-Z West is an artwork located on over eighty acres in the California high desert next to Joshua Tree National Park. Since its inception A-Z West has functioned as an evolving testing ground for living—a place in which spaces, objects, and acts of living all intertwine into a single ongoing investigation into what it means to exist and participate in our culture today.
A community of creatives looking to make the industry a better place. Supporting, inspiring and coming together to create ideas, tools and solutions that improve the wellbeing of everyone in the industry and promote the value of creativity in the world.
Access to a stylistically expansive range of Black and Brown voices in poetry, visual art, critical thought and design. The library’s focus is education, knowledge production, creative inspiration and skill development through works by artists, designers, historians, and activists from around the world.
by Doing Me Doing You Studio