Carl and I are excited about tomorrow’s CreativeMorning hosted by VII, here in DUMBO.
Unfortunately, Stephen Mayes (VII Managing Director) is no longer able to present but David Lukens (VII Archivist & independent photographer) and Alina Grosman (VII Head of Sales) will be stepping in for him. The topic stays the same:
“Today’s culture puts a low price on intellectual property: photos, music, movies, etc are all getting cheaper (and even free). Authors and creatives of all types need to be inventive about finding new value in their work, and about monetizing that value.”
The location is at VII’s fantastic storefront space at 28 Jay Street, Brooklyn NY 11201 in DUMBO. Closest subway would be the York Street F Stop. Event opens up at 8:30am with the topic discussion starting at 9:00am.
We had a few cancelations which means we have room for 10 more. Send us an email if you’d like to join us tomorrow. Tell us your name and what industry you’re in.
Breakfast will be sponsored by Iridesco, the creators of Harvest, a web-based time-tracking and invoicing application and Co-op, a casual communication tool to help small teams work together better. Both of these apps have played a key role in helping creative businesses stay organized and work efficiently.