Sunday, June 07, 2009

Creatives DC at NMWA

Tuesday, June 9, 6:30 - 9pm

At the next CreativesDC event, you will hear some of DC's most dynamic women tell us how they use creativity to grow their businesses in 3 minutes, 20 seconds each, using imagery.

Rakiyt Zakari
Identity Theft: What to do when 'He's a David, She's a David, and We's a David too'. (Finding a creative identity when there's nothing new under the sun.)

Nancy Bratton
Birds do it. Bees do it. You can too! Building relationships and an audience by cross-pollinating marketing strategies.

Lisa Schaefer
The death of television: Portraying strong women as role models in new media.

Annette Polan
Picture This: Artist workshops infuse business community with creativity

Sarah Massey
Stir it up! A PR recipe for using media coverage that fosters social change movements through creativity, connections and persistence.

Nyia Hawkins
'Untitled Online Video Show' is the online offbeat bite-sized video news show of innovators and social entrepreneurs, covering the most entertaining and thought provoking phenomena in social and business entrepreneurship.

Yoko Kamitani
Re-imagining a Niche for "Organic Electronica" : Designing a Soundscape to Hover Above Boundaries

Jen Consalvo
Pursuing personal passions in photography, health and a new company after a career building online communities at AOL.

Veronica Jackson
Relaying a creative view of Museum Exhibit Design by interpreting and presenting the transformative experience of art, culture, and the human condition to the masses.

Marielle Mariano
The Profits Of Peace: How can we make peace through private sector profit strategies?

Michelle James
Creativity in Business: Navigating the New Work Paradigm. The making of an event in DC that unites these worlds.

We'll then have break-out groups allowing attendees to participate in innovative 'crowdsourced' projects, such as a developing a live music 'green' night club called Gaia, or create a public mural with Albus Cavus, and more...

All this for a mere $10.

p.s. Cool prizes for the largest group of people attending (and RSVPing!).

p.p.s. There will be wine and refreshments!

p.p.p.s. Everyone gets a free pass to come back to the museum during regular hours to look at the exhibits.

p.p.p.p.s. Bring a lawn chair or yoga mat to sit on if you want.

Check them out in the Washington Post, and spread the word on Facebook.

National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Ave. NW. Visit

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