Creative Maker Sessions: Mark Conlan – Thursday 9th December | Tickets On Sale Now
Join us for an exclusive Zoom session with artist Mark Conlan as he discusses his unconventional career path to becoming an illustrator.
Irish born, Melbourne based Artist and Illustrator Mark Conlan is known for his characteristic, whimsical style. Both unique and playful, accentuated by his bold use of colour in full spectrum and limited palettes, Mark develops conceptual based illustration for products, editorial, picture books, advertising and commissions for with some of the worlds most recognisable brands, including Etsy, Adobe, Coca Cola, Air BnB and The New York Times.
Mark studied classical and computer animation at the Irish School of Animation in Dublin before moving into graphic design. He then worked for several agencies in London and Melbourne before going freelance. Although he had a creative background, he never actually studied graphic design, forging his path without any real ‘rules’ or guidelines.
Join us for an exclusive Zoom session on Thursday 9th December at 8am GMT / 7pm AEDT to hear Mark talk about his unconventional career journey; from working in agencies to striking out alone, and how building a creative career without formal training gave him the freedom to carve his own path.
We will invite questions from our attendees in advance of the session and choose a selection of the best to ask Mark at the end. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to hear Mark’s inspiring story and find out more about how his career has grown and evolved.
A must-watch! Attend live or catch up on replay. All tickets include access to the recording hosted on our Vimeo page which will be sent out within 24hrs of the talk.
Part of our ongoing Creative Maker Series in conversation with artists, designers and illustrators worldwide. Follow us on Instagram to find out more.