Ad Club CO partners with Creative Mornings (Denver) / Caffeinated Mornings (Boulder) to inspire members of our club and celebrate Colorado's growing creative community. Enjoy breakfast and a short talk showcasing Denver/Boulder area creatives, designers, artists, developers, photographers, architects and more.The events happen on the 1st Friday (Boulder) and 4th Friday (Denver) of each month. They're free to attend, and open to all. So come, meet, listen, experience, participate, connect - and leave inspired.
Caffeinated Mornings is a monthly, first Friday, talk series, that focuses on showcasing talent from a wide array of creative disciplines, We provide an opportunity to host the stories behind, to the side and in front of the work that our guests produce every day. Inspiration, is the real goal of this event. We want attendees to come meet, listen, experience, participate connect and leave inspired. We are fortunate to have such a rich and talented community, and we are honored to provide a place for it to come together and so it can be shared.
NEXT EVENT: August 3rd
9:00am MadeLife 2000 21st St. Boulder, CO
The growing archive of past breakfast talks is humbling. From design legends to hometown heroes, speakers are selected by each chapter based on a global theme. CreativeMornings remains free thanks to the support of local sponsors, generous venues, and longterm partners.
Anyone can attend. Just register beforehand to reserve your spot. And if you need a little help convincing your boss to let you attend, we’ve got you covered.
Remember to set your alarm, and we’ll see you in the morning!
NEXT EVENT: August 10th
Adam Lerner is the Mark G. Falcone “MaFa” Director and Chief Animator of the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver. He has curated dozens of exhibitions and projects with contemporary artists such as Barnaby Furnas, Liam Gillick, and Christian Marclay. He also curated the major retrospective Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia, the first comprehensive look at the polymath co-founder of the band DEVO. Adopting a unique approach to museum programming that combines curatorial, education and artistic production, a 2011 article in the New York Times stated that Lerner’s work to engage audiences is “reshaping what has become a stale model for a contemporary art museum.” In 2016, the Andrew W. Mellon foundation affirmed Lerner’s efforts by funding Animating Museums, a 3-year program enabling 14 museum professionals from around the United States to come to Denver to learn from him and his team.