the Big Bindarri meetup

You are invited to our first public Bindarri meeting to discuss the future of www.bindarri.com.au

Wednesday, the 3rd of March.

We will be there from 6:00. Official start at 7:00.

Our venue has been confirmed and will be at The Sustainable Living Foundation. View the map here

Level 2, 140 Bourke Street Melbourne.

Please RSVP by sending us an email via the email form >

Attention all graphic designers, website developers, architects, musicians, performers, fashion designers, street artists, crafters, writers, artists etc who are working for positive change…..

You are invited to our first public Bindarri meeting to discuss the future of www.bindarri.com.au in Melbourne

We have been going strong for 9 months since our launch and have set up a strong framework to promote creatives working for positive change and also to promote work and projects.

The next phase of Bindarri is to upscale and we need your ideas, help and input.

Our aim is to build and strengthen the community of creatives working for positive change and we want to open up the site to this community.

Come along if you want to:

  • get involved
  • meet the people involved
  • discuss our strategy, direction and frameworks
  • share your ideas
  • meet other like minds
  • partner your project or organisation with Bindarri
  • learn about social and sustainable design
  • learn how you can use Bindarri to promote your projects, business or career
  • or you are just curious or have questions

We have not set venue as it will depend on numbers so stay tuned. If you have any ideas for the meeting or want to add something to the agenda, please send it through.

Send us an email to RSVP or to be notified of the venue using teh email form to your right.

We also will discuss some exciting projects that Bindarri has created or is involved in:

Bindarri is focused on action, is independent and not for profit. We are volunteers and no money is involved in the Bindarri project. We have no advertising or sponsorship. All our work is released back into the community as open-source or creative commons.