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How Important Is Having A Creative Pursuit? Find Out At Drive School

We’re told we’re all inherently creative, but that doesn’t stop many of us from feeling quite the opposite. So just how important is it to flex that ability? We’re hosting a free event that answers that exact question, and you should come along.

Creativity is a virtue, and luckily, one that we’re all born with – we all have the capacity to create. Research suggests that nurturing this side of ourselves is beneficial for our health and happiness, so we wanted to find out how even the busiest of people are making the time to be creative, and what it’s done for them.

Curated and hosted by us here at The Cusp, and presented in partnership with Toyota Yaris, Drive School will explore the concept of creativity and why it’s so damn powerful.

‘Why Everyone Needs A Creative Pursuit’ will see our panel of inspiring local creatives and entrepreneurs discuss how they manage to balance creativity with business, what kind of passion projects positively impact their lives, and the straight up on whether a creative outlet is really worth making time for.

Hosted by lead singer and guitarist of indie rock band, British India, Declan Melia, and with a panel including professional dancer, dance teacher and choreographer, Amrita Hepi; former Olympian turned cabaret performer Matthew Mitcham; and calligrapher and creator of the blackline, Lauren Hung, we can pretty much guarantee you’ll be inspired.

Besides motivation, Drive School will also be dishing up some tasty hotdogs (thanks to our friends from Woofy’s), light refreshments, and time for a pow-wow afterwards.

This event is at Work-Shop HQ (who are all about that creative flow) at 6:30pm, Tuesday August 2. The good news? Entry is free – but you’ll need to secure yourself a spot by RSVPing. Now. Go on, we’ll wait.

What: The Cusp x Toyota Yaris Drive School – Why Everyone Needs A Creative Pursuit
When:6:30pm, Tuesday August 2
Where: Work-shop, Redfern

Click here to RSVP – and help find your drive within.