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FLCreatives Happy Hour #62 at Lazy Moon

Florida Creatives Happy Hour

Location

Lazy Moon Pizza
12269 University Blvd
Orlando, FL 32817
Phone: (407) 658-2396
Community or Meetup: 
Jan 16 2012 6:00p - 9:00p

Join Orlando's longest-running creative meetup to celebrate our 5th year of bringing likeminded people together. You can get great benefits out of meeting new people, like stimulating your brain, having a safe (non-judgemental) place to talk shop, finding someone to help you build that next startup, or just making friends. Lazy Moon is a local hot spot (if you live in East Orlando) with awesome pizza, great deals, craft beers and a "punk as f**k" vibe. If you're a UCF student you get a discount for skipping class. 

About FLCreatives Happy Hour

Whether you're a poet, an actor, a photographer, a producer, a marketer, a programmer, an entrepreneur or a combination of them all, you'll find some great conversation and new friends by attending, and coming back every month on the third Monday.

If you'd like to see events like this in your town, feel free to start one! We now have Facebook Fan Pages and LinkedIn Groups for Orlando, Brevard, Tampa, South Florida, Southwest FL, Tallahassee and Gainesville. P.S. Please bring a camera and snap some photos! You'll want to show your friends what it was like.

FLCreatives 5th Anniversary Party at Urban ReThink

Florida Creatives Happy Hour

Location

Urban ReThink
625 E Central Blvd
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: 407.704.6895
Community or Meetup: 
Dec 17 2011 7:00p - 10:00p

Join Orlando's longest-running creative meetup to celebrate their 5th year of bringing likeminded people together. There will be food and drinks (though you may BYOB), homemade Christmas cookies, a Piñata, and a lot more surprises. Urban ReThink has a great location with ample parking. RSVP at http://flcreatives.com/5 and check back for more details.

About FLCreatives Happy Hour

Whether you're a poet, an actor, a photographer, a producer, a marketer, a programmer, an entrepreneur or a combination of them all, you'll find some great conversation and new friends by attending, and coming back every month on the third Monday.

If you'd like to see events like this in your town, feel free to start one! We now have Facebook Fan Pages and LinkedIn Groups for Orlando, Brevard, Tampa, South Florida, Southwest FL, Tallahassee and Gainesville. P.S. Please bring a camera and snap some photos! You'll want to show your friends what it was like.

PechaKucha Orlando v3

Pecha Kucha Orlando

Location

Blank Space
201 E. Central Blvd
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: 407-481-9001
Community or Meetup: 
Sep 02 2011 7:00p

Come enjoy Orlando's 3rd PechaKucha Night! The location is Blank Space Gallery & Lounge, across the street from the downtown library.

The cover charge for this event is a low $5 -- Orlando's best entertainment value!

PechaKucha Night was devised in Tokyo in 2003 as a way for young designers and architects to meet, network, and show their work in public. Since then, it has turned into a global presentation phenomenon, with events happening in hundreds of cities worldwide—inspiring creative people of all kinds.

Drawing its name from the Japanese term for “chit chat,” PechaKucha rests on a simple idea: 20 images x 20 seconds. It’s a format that makes every presentation concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace.

Japanese Movie Night (日本の上映)

Akira

Location

Urban ReThink
625 E Central Blvd
Orlando, FL 32801
Community or Meetup: 
Apr 12 2011 7:00p

Akira may be the most well known Japanese animation imported to the US. Even after 23 years its animation is striking and it has an extraordinary score from 芸能山城組 (Geinō Yamashirogumi) to match. Most of us have only seen Akira dubbed in English so we plan to show the film in its original Japanese with subtitles.

If you are not familiar with this piece of cinematic history here is the plot summary:

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Well over a year ago, I set out on a mission to make the Florida Creatives website a more usable and self-discoverable website. I think it started when someone looking at the site asked "Are you guys on Twitter?", and when I thought about how to point that out to him, I found it just was not obvious. This was the original whiteboard sketch I came up with:

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