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    About Us

    If you value the handmade, the personal touch, the word-of-mouth, the friendly tip or the grassroots movement: you belong here.

    Creative Women’s Circle supports, champions and connects women in creative industries across Australia.

    What we do

    • We hold talks with invited guest speakers and panellists
      Events are held throughout the year and feature an invited guest speaker or speakers/panellists, along with opportunities to connect with other creative women. CWC events are friendly and informal, and always entertaining and inspiring.
    • We support and encourage each other in our creative output
      Members-only events offer the opportunity to meet, support and advise fellow CWC Members.
    • We publish books
      To date, Tess McCabe has published two books under the CWC banner. Conversations with Creative Women volumes one & two (available at Creative Minds Publishing) feature exclusive in-depth interviews with some of Australia’s most creative women about their work and creative lives.
    • We blog on a variety of topics relevant to creative women and creative business
      The CWC blog is co-authored by a group of talented creative women based around Australia. Posts featuring interviews and business advice are uploaded weekly.
    • We have different membership options
      Joining CWC as a Member comes with a number of benefits, and helps CWC continue to hold events, run the website and develop new initiatives. Alternatively you can subscribe to our mailing list at no cost.
    • We have a searchable database of women in creative businesses
      The Circle Database aims to champion and promote the work of women from around Australia to the world and encourage collaboration and celebration of female creative talent. CWC Members have exclusive rights to publish a page in the database.

    Behind the scenes
    Creative Women's Circle is a national registered association (non-profit) steered by an all-volunteer Board based in Melbourne.

    Want to know more? Take a peek at our FAQ page.