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I’m Jen, a graphic designer and photographer from Sydney, and founder of new creative publication Kaleido.
As creatives, it can be difficult to transition from student life to professional life. You need experience to get a job, but you need a job to get experience. You need to start making contacts, doing internships and forming networks to get your foot in the door but it’s so easy to get stuck along the way.
Kaleido is a platform featuring people, projects and places that facilitate creativity and collaboration. A place to connect, form lasting creative relationships, challenge yourself and showcase your work. The newspaper features multidisciplinary creatives paving the way in their industries and evolving collaborative and participatory processes. On top of inspiring interviews, the publication features events, reviews and a working space directory to keep young creatives informed and connected.
The website provides an on-the-go resource for finding potential workshops and events, and an opportunity to interact and upload submissions that showcase who you are and what you have to offer to creative endeavours.
On top of the printed version, Kaleido is an experiential publication. The newspaper will launch at an amazing event on December 6th, including performances, live art, film and more, so you get the chance to speak with the people featured in the publication, and form lasting creating networks with other creatives.
Kaleido aims to bring an affordable and accessible resource to young creatives to aid their progression into professional life, and encourage open collaboration and networking opportunities.