Ladies, Wine &
a bit of Design

A conversation series
with Fee Sheal

A salon night held monthly will be limited to 10 creative ladies. We’ll drink wine (or any beverage of your choice!) and have casual conversations on a wide variety of topics relating to creativity, business, and life. If you’re a female student or creative and would like to join, please email us. It’s free and reservations are first come, first served.

January 19, 7pm Lucy Richards - Studio LR

February 23rd, 7pm Lesley McMillan

March 9, 6pm Thomas Paints (Workshop Session)

April 6th, 630pm Helena Ward

May 4th, 7pm Sarah Drummond

June 1st, 7pm Carol Soutar

July 28, 6pm Collaboration

We're bringing together some creative heavyweights from all over Scotland to talk about the importance of collaboration in today's world. Long gone are the days of the lone designer, the rouge copywriter and the one man band illustrator. It's time to reach out, say hi and COLLABORATE!

August 10, 6pm Lynne MacLachlan (Craft Scotland)

With the help of Craft Scotland, we bring you Lynne MacLachlan. Join us for a night of inspiration as Lynne talks her creative process and gives us a sneak peek at her collection for the Craft Scotland Festival 2017.

September 28th, 7pm Jemma Goba

Jemma is the founder and Managing Director of Tanami. With over a decade’s experience in some of the UK’s most respected media organisations including the BBC, McCann and Maverick TV, Jemma established Tanami in 2013 to offer clients a single point of expertise in video production and social media audience engagement.

October 12th, 7pm Jessica Mullen

Jessica is co-founder and MD of CreateFuture – a Creative Consultancy. CreateFuture work within ambitious brands – such as Expedia, BBC and Penguin Books - to collaboratively improve marketing, services and capability.

Many women study design yet the creative world seems to be dominated by men. We want to change that. Let's encourage each other, both within Edinburgh and across the world to champion female creatives so we can get more female CEOs, Creative Directors and Entrepreneurs. Here are some things that inspired us if you want to learn more:

Teach Girls Bravery: Not Perfection
Survival Tips for Women in Motion Design
Why We Have Too Few Women Leaders
Network & Hustle: The Key Skills for Women in Technology
Getting Girls Involved in STEM (Thanks Colleen!)

Numbers show that there's a very small percentage of women leading the creative industry. However, we find the people we're most inspired by are often other talented ladies. Here are a few women we have come to admire! Email us if you want to nominate someone for this list.