This is the most exciting time ever to be creative in the Charlotte region. Our city’s creative energy is surging and we’re growing as a creative destination. A report we worked on back in 2017 revealed that there are more than 58,000 creative jobs spanning 72 for-profit and not-for-profit industries throughout our 16-county region. That’s some impressive creative output (with a big impact on our region’s economy), and The Biscuit’s mission is to tell their stories and shine a bright light on their work.
Does your company have a CFO … Cute, Furry Officer, that is? If so, we wanna’ know … and we want pictures and deets. Friday, June 21 is National Take Your Dog to Work Day because let’s face it, it’s just easier to get through the day with your do… read more »
CLT Creatives | June 18, 2019
Your heart will expand and be forever changed after reading Jack Grossman’s book, Child of the Forest. Based on the life story of a courageous young girl, Charlene Perlmutter Schiff, who bore witness to World War II, this story gripped my soul from t… read more »
What lights you up? Simple question. It takes a lifetime to answer. And, it’s a lot more fun if you have a creative partner to accompany you, lift you up and bring the best out of you. Two Charlotteans who exemplify that are Queen City creatives Sydn… read more »
Those around Alesa Moore have always known she’s a singer. Now, thousands and thousands of people around the world know, too. She was recently awarded a HUG (Helpful Unfettered Gift) Micro-grant to assist her in creating a music video for one of her… read more »
When we talk about “the American people,” who is included? Who belongs here? That’s a pressing topic in the world today. It was also a core question when Charlotte artist MyLoan Dinh spoke on the global topic of “Inclusive” at the April meeting of Cr… read more »
“Water Can Flow. Or It Can Crash. Be Water, My Friend.” These are powerful, immortal words from the legendary Bruce Lee. They flowed through a talk on the global subject of “Water” from Jessica Moss and her father, Joseph, at the meeting of CreativeM… read more »
We know what happens when two hearts fall in love. But, when two brains fall in creative love, genius shows up. That’s what we talk about on the Creative Besties podcast. This week Tim Miner talks to two of the bestest besties in the Queen City — DC… read more »
How can creatives make each other better? It’s not always easy to find that person that complements you. The person that makes you say, “We’re better together.” But, if you can … BOOM! On this 20-minute edition of “The Biscuit Podcast” we talk with… read more »
This 30-minute episode of the CreativeMornings/Charlotte Podcast was recorded immediately after Stacy Smith, local tattoo artist and contestant on the latest season of Ink Master on the Paramount Network, delivered a talk on the theme of “Surreal” to… read more »
Charlotte is home to thousands of Instagram accounts from Charlotte creatives sharing their work and their thoughts about the Queen City community. Many of them deserve more love and your attention. Where do you start? Who do you follow? No worries…. read more »
James Beard Award-winning chef Peter Reinhart may be known for bread. But, he has a passion for pizza. He’s quested coast to coast for his YouTube series and 2003 book, American Pie. And now, his journey has taken him to the Motor City to take a bite… read more »
CLT Creatives | June 6, 2019
The man who wrote the book on bread calls the Queen City “home.” After running his own bakery, instructing thousands of students and authoring 12 books, including the James Beard Award and IACP award-winning book, The Bread Baker’s Apprentice, it’s s… read more »
Charlotte is home to thousands of Instagram accounts from Charlotte creatives sharing their work and their thoughts about the Queen City community. Many of them deserve more love and your attention. But, where do you start? Who do you follow? No worr… read more »
The story below is the latest in our partnership with People of Charlotte, exploring the exceptional individuals who call the Queen City home. Community Culinary School of Charlotte (CCSC) has been providing tuition-free culinary training to people… read more »
Every day, we have thousands of thoughts we just can’t find the words to say. Feelings we just can’t express. Emotions we just can’t emote. But now, we don’t have to. We have the XM Divas to do it for us. And, baby, they’re belting it out.
Kellee Stall is a creative who recently moved to Charlotte. We asked her to tell us about her experience and, in her opinion if, indeed, #CharlotteIsCreative. This is the first of series of stories about her explorations — and insights — into the Q… read more »
Have you ever wanted to try something new, but you didn’t know where to start? To take that next step in your career or your passion, but the task ahead seemed too daunting? Sometimes you just need a helping hand — whether you are a writer who wants… read more »
Margaret Burton is an artisan. She’s a clothing designer (for Buffalo Jackson) and an emerging brand changing our relationship with clothes. At the same time, she’s making important inroads with young refugees and inner-city students by using sewing… read more »
Jam on into the weekend with “The One” a new single from Charlotte’s Kat Holland. This one’s the opposite of NSFW. Crank it up. The office will thank you.