Who says work and play should
be separated? At BFG we're OK with crossing that line.
The Creative Seed fosters growth in its community.
At BFG, we’re continuously inspired by fresh approaches to the creative process. Uncovering new paths and collaborating with other great artists, designers, writers, programmers, and anybody who considers him or herself a “creative” isn’t just a goal—we consider it a necessity.
So, we developed a program that helps do just that—fuel the inspiration.
And with Savannah College of Art & Design right in our backyard, it was a no-brainer to join forces.
Together we established the Creative Seed Initiative with the mission of creating opportunities and supporting activity that fosters creative growth.
Within our first years, we’ve played host to a number of uber-talented speakers like Dan Ibarra and Michael Byzewski of Minneapolis’ Aesthetic Apparatus, Charles Wilkin of Automatic Art and Design, Austin’s DJ Stout of Pentagram Design, and NoPattern Studio’s Chuck Anderson—just to name a few.
But more than just great speakers, Creative Seed has grown to expand its initiatives to developing programs that give back to the local arts community and make a difference in the lives of creative people young and old.
Want to check it out? Go to the Creative Seed Facebook page to view our upcoming events.