October 11, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Light House Studio
part of a series on Flow
About the speaker
Jeremy Cherry is relentlessly optimistic about the power of design to make the world a better place. With over a decade of experience telling stories through brands and screens, he currently leads the digital design practice at Journey Group in Charlottesville, Virginia. He writes and speaks about the intersection of digital design and ethics, seeking to add hope back to the conversation. His work has been featured by Framer, Humane by Design, Modus, UX Collective, Sidebar, and Smashing Magazine. He is currently writing his first book, Design Does, exploring the practice of designing responsibly for humans.
Light House Studio equips young people with the skills and confidence to tell their stories and build community through collaborative filmmaking. We seek to foster a community where Charlottesville’s young people flourish as students, storytellers, and citizens.
The Fralin Museum of Art
The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia is dedicated to creating an environment in which the largest possible share of its diverse constituencies, including members of the University community and the general public, can study and learn from the direct experience of works of art. The Museum promotes visual literacy as part of a broader, comprehensive education for all and seeks to enhance its visitors’ perceptions and understanding of world cultures throughout history and of art as an enduring human endeavor. To this end, the Museum shall acquire, preserve, study, exhibit, and interpret works of art of the highest quality in a variety of media that represent the world’s cultures from earliest times to the present.
We help our clients realize the potential of rapidly evolving mobile technologies, from developing a mobile strategy to launching mobile products. Our unique team permits us to address our clients concerns at the highest strategic level, while ensuring that all recommendations are presented in the context of real-world build costs and timelines. We then have the expertise to take the strategy through the mobile product design, development, testing and launch phases. Now hiring in Charlottesville and Durham! Learn more on our website.
The Arts at the University of Virginia is dedicated to building on innovative research and fostering inspired expression that equips us for the future.
Ting Internet provides crazy fast fiber Internet here in Charlottesville. We build, light and service our fiber optic network for a digital world. We don’t just provide fiber and all of its inherent benefits. Ting sponsors local programs, events, charities and public services in Charlottesville, investing in the future of our town.
Worth Higgins & Associates
Just as we did when our company was founded in 1970, we continue to call ourselves “printers” – and so do our customers. Makes sense. Offset, digital, wide-format, and letterpress printing are today the core technologies of Worth Higgins & Associates. UV ink and coating, foil stamping, embossing and die cutting are tools of the printing process that we handle extraordinarily well in helping our clients achieve their creative goals and take their ideas beyond their imaginations.
The Bridge PAI Fiscal Sponsor
The Bridge strengthens and enriches the community through the power of creative interaction and shared experience. We engage with a diverse and ever growing group of artists and citizens to foster a more deeply connected and robust community. To learn more about our mission and current projects, visit thebridgepai.org
New City Arts
New City Arts is a 501©3 community arts organization founded in 2009 to support artists and facilitate cultural participation in Charlottesville, VA. Working to make Charlottesville a more livable place for artists by creating connections between artists and unique audiences through creative conversations, art spaces, and community-building collaborations, New City Arts serves approximately 60 Charlottesville area artists and 6,000 audience members annually. For more information about core programs including Welcome Gallery, Charlottesville SOUP, the New City Artist-in-Residence Studio Space, Housing2Home, and more, visit newcityarts.org.
Charlottesville Design Week is a non-profit festival for creative Virginians. The week’s 11 events include a walking tour of downtown area’s design destinations, the state-wide premiere of award-winning documentary Rams, and a day of pro bono work for a local non-profit, among many more. Most events are completely free to attend, but space is limited. See the full schedule and register online at https://cvilledesignweek.com.