Creative Dundee

November Make/Share: First Steps of Making

Venue: The Beer Kitchen Dundee // Date: November 14 // Time: 7-8:30pm

Make/Share is a free monthly event which brings people together to gain a behind the scenes insight into their creative processes, held on the second Tuesday of each month, at The Beer Kitchen Dundee, from 7pm – 8.30pm.

Join us on Tuesday November 14th and hear short talks by four local makers about the processes behind turning their ideas into reality, and how living and working in Dundee influences their work. The theme for this month is ‘The First Steps of Making’.

Speakers explore how their project or product has evolved, how they experiment, what their biggest challenges have been and how they were overcome. After the talks we have a short opportunity for any questions to the speakers, and for you to share your upcoming events with the group.

We’re delighted that The Beer Kitchen is our official sponsor venue for Make/Share and supports the event with a complementary beer or soft drink at arrival. Also, exclusively for Make/Share attendees, after 5pm you can claim a 10% on any food or drink at the Beet Kitchen!

You don’t need to sign up, just come along!



Speakers this month include:


Paula Lucas

Paula is a 3D generalist for a local games company, but an illustrator and artistic dabbler at heart – which she does in her spare time. She will be discussing how she uses travel and new experiences help start the creative process, and being able to follow ideas through to completion. Twitter: @PaulaMLucas | Instagram: @paulalucasart

Ed Broughton

Ed is a commercial filmmaker who runs Bonnie Brae Productions here in Dundee at Fleet Collective. He will be talking about working outside of your medium as a way to keep creatively engaged, why collaboration is important, and will show how a recent project got started and where it took him. Website: | Twitter: @bonniebraefilm

Trish McGlone

Trish has worked in a variety of sectors within education for over twenty years and is the owner of Art Bubble Studio, Dundee. The studio provides creativity workshops and experiences for artists of all ages while offering a variety of skills, techniques and contexts. Art Bubble promotes the balance between skills development along with creative space and uniqueness. Trish will be talking about the power of the creative process and its far-reaching, multi-faceted benefits for all and especially for the next upcoming generation of creative thinkers within our own city. Website: | Facebook: artbubblehub

Bit Loom

Bit Loom is three friends (James, Henry, Douglas) and recent Abertay graduates creating digital games that seek to surprise and delight using unique visuals and strange interactions. Now developing their first project PHOGS! A vibrant double-ended dog adventure with your friend in which players share a controller and a body! They hope to share about their journey through the creation of a game – how they come up with new ideas, prototyping and iterating together through collaboration. Website: | Twitter: @bitloomgames

See previous Make/Share speakers here.


Interesting in sharing your work at Make/Share?

If you’d like to talk about a project you’ve been working on at a future Make/Share, just get in touch with Claire at

Future Make/Share dates and themes are:

Dec 12th – Creativity and Self-Care
Feb 13th – Sustainable Making
Mar 13th – In the Spaces we Make
Apr 10th – Divergent Thinking – Making with Others
May 8th – The Worship of ‘Busy’
June 12th – How do we measure our Successes?
July 10th – The Impostor Syndrome


7pm – 8.30pm
The Beer Kitchen by Innis & Gunn (*map below)
10 South Tay Street

You don’t need to sign up, just come along!


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