Next Philadelphia speaker
September 29, 8:30am • Center / Architecture + Design • part of a series on Compassion
Pete Heacock talks collaboration. Check out the video http://creativemornings.com/talks/peter-heacock/1
Yasmine Mustafa on the birth lottery.
Robots for better living! Video coming soon.
In 2014, Chill Moody won “Best Rapper” in Philadelphia Magazine’s annual Best of Philly issue [article] – cementing his status as one of the top lyricists & performers to hit Philadelphia in years. Known for his dynamic live performances, Moody was recently named the Philadelphia Music Ambassador [article] because of his advisory role with Councilman David Oh’s PHL Live Center Stage (Fall 2014). Chill Moody is also the owner of nicethings, LLC, the service extension of the Chill Moody business enterprise. Through nicethings, LLC Chill Moody provides event & music marketing consulting, artist management, and small retail promotion & distribution – including his own water brand Cerebellum H20, nicethings Edition. In the Spring of 2014 nicethings, LLC worked with Visit Philly to create an out-of-market Philadelphia tourism event at the annual music festival, South by Southwest, in Austin, TX called Homesick Philly [article].
Vijay Kumar talk ROBOTS!
Registration opens Sunday, May 4th. Be sure not to miss this one!
Indelible Mark with Gina Triplett & Matt Curtius
Gina Triplett and Matt Curtius met back in art school and have been sharing a studio, their thoughts, and their lives ever since. Somewhere along the line, they put it all under the umbrella of Gina and Matt, and made it into a business creating illustrations for clients that have included Whole Foods Market, Macy’s, Starbucks, and Target. They’ve kept themselves on the ball by focusing their attention on a diverse set of formats and venues that have included textiles, book covers, lettering, branding, murals, and galleries. When Matt’s not in the studio he’s either in the woods or teaching illustration at The University of the Arts near where they live. Gina, she’s always in the studio.
It’s never too late for a second…
Though many months late, finally, we present to you,
Neighborhood Film Co.
Katherine Gajewski talks climate change, perfect to watch on the heels of record low temperatures and a doozy of a March snow storm.