It’s been a busy few months for us at Keep Co as we hurtle towards launching the future home of local independent emerging and established creatives and small businesses. We’ve already got a diverse and inspiring community growing before we even open the doors – but we’d love to hear from more of you. If you’re interested in joining the best and brightest of Canberra’s creative community to share ideas, skills and collaborate together on personal and client-driven projects – we want you! Or if you’re just curious to come along and find out what we’re up to, that’s great too.
So, you’re invited! Join Keep Co and Molonglo Group out at Dairy Road to learn more about coworking and shared workspaces. We’ll introduce ourselves, walk you through our progress so far and share our grand plans for the space.
Yasmin Masri, Molonglo Group’s curator of place and programs, will give us the low down on the transformations currently going on at Dairy Road. Then we’ll open up the floor to you to ask us questions, give some feedback and share with us what you would need from a workspace to create your best work. Finally we’ll do a little mingling and get to know one another over some drinks and snacks thanks to the kind folks at MG.
About Dairy Road
Dairy Road is a neighbourhood slowly developing in Canberra’s East Lake. It is currently made up of seven main warehouses, some office buildings and vehicle yards, and is located two kilometres from the Canberra Airport, and eight from the city centre. It is flanked by highways on one side and the precious Jerrabomberra Wetlands on the other. It’s hoped that over the next 10 to 15 years, Dairy Road will become just that through a combination of retail, light industrial, commercial, residential, creative and cultural spaces. The very beginnings of this transformation are already underway, guided by Canberra-based developer Molonglo Group.
When: Wednesday 26 September at from 6pm – 7.30pm.
Where: Shop 4, Building 3.4, 1 Dairy Road, Fyshwick. It’s in one of the tenancies behind Capital Brewing – handy map on the Eventbrite page.
Who: Anyone that’s keen to know some more about what we’re up to and have a chat. Share it around!