Bring your own ideas to share and get your burning questions answered as we blur the (Pink) lines between curation and collaboration.
Join AIGA DC and Chief Creative Contrarian Philippa Hughes for a catalytic conversation about inspiration—where it comes from, how you find it, and how you apply it to your everyday life. In this members-only Salon Philippa will peel back the curtain and reveal a bit of what you already know (that art and design are among the sources of inspiration available to us) plus a bit of what you may not know (how we can access these things fully and locally)! Bring your own ideas to share and get your burning questions answered as we blur the (Pink) lines between curation and collaboration.
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Moderator: Philippa P.B. Hughes, The Pink Line Project
Emerging from a legal career to pursue her creative passions, Philippa founded The Pink Line Project to catalyze the culturally curious to participate, innovate, engage, and conspire with passion, awesomeness, inspiration, generosity and ingenuity. Pink Line accomplishes its mission by: (1) Revealing DC's thriving and dynamic arts scene that includes lots of creative people doing lots of amazing things. DC isn’t just about government and politics, and lawyers and lobbyists. (2) Connecting people from different walks of life using arts as the catalyst. Rousing dialogues that might not normally happen. (3) Stimulating people to be more creative in their day-to-day lives. Helping people find solutions to problems that are entirely unrelated to the arts.
Philippa has established a reputation for creating inventive and collaborative environments in which people who would not normally have the opportunity to interact with each other gather to experience art and culture in alternative and stimulating ways. She runs a consolidated and searchable calendar of all things cool and arty in DC and writes and maintains a widely read blog and various social media channels that highlights the best of DC’s creative scene.