C3 the Creative Change Center and 1708 Gallery present the second of a series of gatherings that will bring together some of our favorite creative people and projects.
For our Talk 20 on February 10th, you will hear from eight creative leaders. Each of them will show and discuss 20 slides, 20 seconds each slide, and then take your questions.
Presenters for this installment of Talk 20 are
Tiffany Glass Ferreira, artist and founder of the Real Small Art League
Peter Fraser, Fraser Design Associates, pushing creative thought in articulating Vision, Identity, Brand and Environment
Brian Korte, LEGO artist, founder of Brickworkz LLC and fan of creativity everywhere
Rosemary Jesionowski, visual artist
Scott Putman, Artistic Director for Amaranth Contemporary Dance
Susan Singer, painting every naked woman in Richmond, one at a time
Gordon Stettinius, photographer and bon vivant
Tamara Van Meter, of Baskervill, blending the worlds of physical environment, branding and culture into one collective vision
Finger food, cash bar.
Thanks to our food sponsor, F.W. Sullivan's Fan Bar and Grille: www.fwsullivans.com
When & Where
C3: The Creative Change Center, is RVA's pioneering volunteer-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
C3's Mission is to instigate creativity through the exchange of knowledge and ideas.
Our Vision is for every individual and organization with a creative idea to feel inspired and empowered to take action.
- (Creativity) We believe creativity has the ability to transform lives, organizations, and communities.
- (Diversity) We celebrate our differences by connecting a diverse cross section of people and ideas.
- (Inspiration) We seek inspiration as the spark that propels us to create.
- (Community) We strive to build a community that shares and celebrates our creative successes.