Born out of a pandemic where any illusion of purpose was well and truly turned on its head, opportunities to exercise creative skills became limited. For those that were not already established in the industry, it was a time of confusion and doubt.
Although Ms. Pam began as a project to keep the cogs turning for our gang of varied skill sets, it brought to light the question - why stop at us?
The creative industry is cut throat and we want to bridge the transition into more confident and well rounded individuals who aren’t afraid to have a crack.
Ms. Pam provides an opportunity to get that back burner project out of the shed and into the light. We strive to bring together like-minded creatives who can use our directory to collaborate as well as act as a solid jumping off point for them.
It’s never been a better time to jump in early.
Check out our recent interview with The New Boulevard here.
Ms.Pam acknowledge the Wurundjeri people as the traditional custodians of the country where we work and their continuing connection to land, waterways and community. We pay our respects to their Elders and all Kulin nations people past, present and future.