Are you a new mum or mum to a little one under 5?
Creativity Island is an Arts Council England Funded project which will create an online space for mums to connect, create and look after their wellbeing in 2021.
Creativity Island – For New Mums (Coming 2021)
Hello, I’m Claire and I’m a mum and a creative.
Whilst on ‘maternity leave’ in 2021, I want to create space for a brand new community for new mums and mums with children under 5 at home in the UK.
It’s called Creativity Island and it will be a chance to connect, up level your wellbeing practises and create together!
If the pandemic has taught us anything it’s the importance of community for our mental health and I can’t wait to share what I’ve got in store for you.
Fill in my research survey and sign up to hear more via the link below.
Image - me in my third trimester with my second child.
Join our Facebook Group
I started a facebook community with my team to reach out to mums who fancied creating a festive window in December 2020, you can join it here.
We’ll be back with more content in April 2021 and its FREE to join in.
Read more about my story of motherhood with my first born..
Click here to read my blog on how I un-intentionally set up my own Creativity Islands in motherhood.
Introducing Danielle Slade..
Articles and Blogs
I also write articles for creatives drawing on my 20 years experience in the industry. They are all here. Enjoy!
Creativity Island - Moments in the Mundane Moments in the mundane, guest post by North East writer Danielle Slade as part of Creativity Island for Mums Naturally and often we take for granted the mundane moments in our day to day lives. We seek for magic and...
Come join us and create your very own 'Creativity Island' for you and your little one. My brand new Arts Council Funded project 'Creativity Island' is in its research and development stages and I have adored hearing from over 60 women so far about their journey with...
When I started my website in 2017, it was a blog and CV primarily. It felt hugely exposing but I'd got to a point where I wanted to share my work with the world and be less reliant on the organisations I worked for. I had ideas for branching out into services but...