Event Archive

Past events run by Emporium Creative Hub.

Emporium Creative Hub runs regular professional development and networking events for Bendigo's Creative Industries sector. This page is an archive of all prior events we have run.

7
May 2021

May First Friday Drinks

Come and enjoy a casual drink and some nibbles

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5
May 2021

Gaming Workshops with Alexander Swords: Introduction to Narrative Design

Exploring the integration of the story experience into the gameplay itself.

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28
April 2021

Gaming Workshops with Alexander Swords: Twine for Art and Money

Alexander will be talking all things Twine in this session. Ask questions and take a deep dive.

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22
April 2021

Video Strategy Workshop

How to grow your business using video (without wasting time)

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14
April 2021

Gaming Workshops with Alexander Swords: Ask Me Anything

Alexander Swords does a Q+A about his career pathway in the Gaming realm

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1
April 2021

April First Friday Drinks

Come and enjoy a casual drink and some nibbles

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5
March 2021

March First Friday Drinks

Come and enjoy a casual drink and some nibbles

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10
December 2020

Shout out for 2021!

This social distancing experience has offered new opportunities but also created irrevocable change.

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8
December 2020

Share and Connect

Reconnect and promote your creative enterprise post isolation

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3
December 2020

Creatives Practicing and Thriving with Disability

To celebrate International Day of People with Disability 2020, meet some of the creatives who are practicing and producing our region’s leading cultural content.

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26
November 2020

First Nations Cultural and Creative Practice in Bendigo

First Nations Cultural and Creative practice is represented across our Nation and Emporium Creative Hub are excited to be talking with Indigenous Creative Entrepreneurs spreading their culture and creativity in our region.

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19
November 2020

How to Get Started in the Tech and Games Industry

What does the gaming industry really look like? and how do you get your foot in the door as a regional Victorian?

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