People are what drive creative communities around the globe. People interacting with others, sharing ideas and taking away inspiration to create even more. That’s why we want to share a creative person that we hope will inspire your next piece of work or at the very least, get those creative juices flowing.
Who are they? Moritz Simon Geist
What do they do? He’s a performer, musicologist, and robotics engineer!
Why are we talking about them? By diving into undiscovered realms of possibilities with robotics and reshaping those learnings into interactive experiences for audiences, Moritz shows us where creativity, research and curiosity can take you. What's more, he's an avid blogger, so you can follow the development of his ideas from conception to creation.
We want not only to bring you exciting creative ideas and space, but also talk about the...less exciting stuff.
So each month we'll include this Takin' Care of Business section in our newsletter covering the less exciting but essential parts of being a professional creative. Think: best tools for productivity or tech for tax records, routines to focus and, this week's topic: how to monetise your creativity.
This blog is the first part in a longer series on monetising your creativity; at the end of the blog you can vote for what content you want to read more about, so be sure you read to the end!
Silly Towers is host to two of the most versatile spaces you can book on Tutti. Already they have hosted licensed music events, film shoots, theatre rehearsals, music videos and a corporate away day! Located in central Brixton and prices starting at £70 for a full day, you can see why it’s been so popular.
Uses: Music rehearsal, Events, Filming, Theatre rehearsal, Performance, Away day.