We were delighted to be invited to speak at CreativeMornings Edinburgh on Friday 24th May. The event took place in the newly refurbished ‘The Old Dr Bells Baths’ on Great Junction Street.
As part of the international CreativeMornings series, this monthly event features speakers lecturing around a changing theme: this month the theme was ‘preserve’. Scottish poet Mary Johnston spoke about her life and work, as well as treating us to some of her wonderful poetry! She also gave some of the global summit visitors to a little lesson in Scots!
This inspiring speaker was followed by a live performance from violinist, Thoren Ferguson, who did a pretty incredible job of stunning the audience to silence with his musical abilities.
Next up, CreativeMornings Edinburgh announced their new venture, ‘Field Trips’; community members had submitted tours and walks to offer to the event’s visitors.
Hidden Trax were invited to speak about all the new, exciting developments in the business, and we offered the CreativeMorning global summit attendees the chance to walk some of our Trax that very day!
We were thrilled to be a part of the event, and a huge thanks to the CreativeMornings team for such an enjoyable and informative morning.