Invitation only–because venue space is limited. Feel free to ask, if you are local, though. It is largely informal, frankly. And if I’m home, writing, I’m always going to take a break for tea time. So if you know I’m not working selling wine, then feel free to stop by for tea. Unless it’s raining, I probably won’t make pannekoek.
This tea time social event revives a family past time of having tea and talking about our day. I’m reviving it, inviting creatives of all kinds, and thinkers of all kinds. It will be a regular event, but not with any kind of schedule, as my work schedule is changing. I don’t expect intense discussions on art or writing–because frankly not all my “creative” friends are artists, but thinkers and doers–but the hope is all who come will be renewed by the company of other creative friends and people.
We’re not limited to tea, by the way. I often drink coffee. If it’s a rainy day, we will probably have pannekoek. There will be nibbles, otherwise. For an idea of what it is see the post on the first CreativiTea.