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Stay Curious

How we created a world class event in a cowshed

Clare Hieatt

Ten years ago, Clare and David Hieatt started the DO Lectures with a simple aim: to gather together the world’s Doers – disruptors and change makers, experts and pioneers – to share their stories, and encourage others to go and Do.

Since that time, the DO Lectures has grown into a small but mighty institution, a unique gathering around ideas set over four days on their farm in west Wales. It has attracted world-class speakers and inspired countless attendees to follow their passions.

Stay Curious is a celebration of the DO Lectures' life-changing magic, full of personal insight and lessons learnt over the last decade – from curating the very best speakers, to styling and producing a small magical event, and the importance of people, place and passion. 

A 304-page hardback with some of the best colour and B&W film photography from the past decade, Stay Curious invites you to experience this special event and shares insight on how to curate and host your own beautiful gatherings.


Four years ago I went to a little festival in Wales where it pissed with rain and my heart broke open so wide, I knew life would never be the same. And indeed it wasn't. The DO Lectures changed my life, actually it saved it.

Jo Lippold
Clare’s Do Lecture

A DO Lectures Film

That crazy dumb idea.

About the author

Clare Hieatt is the co-founder of The DO Lectures and Hiut Denim. She started her working life in London as a copywriter. She moved back to Wales with her husband, David, and together they have been concentrating on building businesses with a purpose and raising their two daughters.

Product details

  • Published: Oct 2018
  • Dimensions: 10 x 8 inches
  • Extent: 304 pages
  • ISBN: 978-1-907974-47-2
  • eBook ISBN: Hardback only


Colour and B&W film photography from The DO Lectures archives

Paper & print details

Hardback editions are printed by Livonia Print on Munken, an FSC-certified paper

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