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Creative Working Lunch

Thursday, June 20

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A space to talk about creative business. Share ideas, opinions, and feelings about your professional or developing experience.

Venue: Ocean Studios

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

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A space to talk about creative business. Share ideas, opinions, and feelings about your professional or developing experience.

Join RAMP (Real Art Make Print) every third Thursday of the month for a vibrant and enriching gathering at Ocean Studios, Plymouth!

RAMP invites creatives from all disciplines and skill levels to a unique working lunch model that fosters collaboration, friendship, and professional growth.

Event Highlights:

Engaging Discussions: A dedicated space to share ideas, opinions, and feelings about your professional or developing experience. Connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion for creativity.

Working Lunch Model: Bring your own food or indulge in delicious options available at the Ocean Studios Cafe. Fuel your creativity while engaging in meaningful conversations with fellow artists, makers, and creators.

Showcase Your Work: Each month, we encourage you to bring your work for an open and honest feedback session. Whether you’re a professional or just starting, this is an opportunity to gain valuable insights and refine your craft.

Community Growth: Discover new opportunities, form collaborations, and build lasting friendships. Together, let’s contribute to the growth of the creative community not only in Plymouth but beyond.

Event Details:

  • Date: Every third Thursday of the month
  • Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm
  • Location: Ocean Studios, Plymouth
  • Admission: Free

Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of a thriving creative ecosystem. Whether you’re an artist, maker, or creator, this event is tailored for you.

Let’s create, collaborate, and cultivate a vibrant community together!

Book now and mark your calendars!

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