Mind Melt

Come join us at The Annex this Saturday, July 31st as we host Mind Melt, an immersive pop-up experience featuring live music, art, and a mixologist crafting deliciously curated elxirs.

What better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than perusing brilliant new work by talented local artists such as Paula Castillo, Julian Thomas, and Ette, sampling delicious cocktails mixed by the Artisanal Alchemist TJ Fink, and listening to live music by James Park, Masa, and Yuko.

Purchase tickets here.

Drink & Draw: iPad Adobe Fresco Workshop

Come join us next Thursday, January 23rd as we partner with our very own member Gonzalo Gelso to host a drink filled evening aimed at teaching you some skills in digital art.

It’s not uncommon to see curated illustrations in a digital experience nowadays. Illustrations and drawings can be manipulated to describe modern abstract ideas that sometimes photography cannot portray.

Come have a drink or two (BYOB but no red wine please!) while you enjoy a brief presentation on Digital Art! Bring your iPad and draw along or take notes to learn how you could use Adobe Fresco to make digital art.

Make sure to install Adobe Fresco (there’s a free trial available).

You can RSVP here.

Using Design to Power Change

Come join us next Wednesday, November 20th as we partner with Ladies, Wine & Design to host an evening aimed at helping designers use their power to drive change.

As designers, more and more of us are questioning how we can use our expertise and careers to directly impact some of the biggest issues of our time: climate crisis, social impact, and political movements. Our expert panel will explain how they've structured their own design careers to be purpose-driven and will help you to better understand how you can use your power to drive change.

Panelists include:
Katie Klencheski, Founder, SMAKK Studios
Esme González Pillado, Parsons School of Design
Abby Grimshaw, The Century Foundation

There'll be inspiring conversations, and of course, wine.

Buy tickets here.

Her Voice by Bare Opera

Come and join us on Friday December 6th as Bare Opera returns to The New Work Project for 'Her Voice'.

Based on a text by Jean Cocteau and composed by Francis Poulenc, La Voix Humaine is a 40-minute operatic melodrama for a solo female voice. The story is both raw and brutally honest as it explores the feelings of a woman as she has her final phone conversation with her lover before he leaves her. Despite being composed in 1959, the text sheds light on the kind of false intimacy and solitude that new technology creates.

Soprano Maria Lacey returns to Bare Opera to perform this rare gem with Artistic Director and acclaimed pianist Laetitia Ruccolo. Set in the Lounge of The New Work Project, the audience will have the opportunity to witness, up-close, the real-time unraveling of a woman’s relationship.

Doors will open at 7.30 pm, and the performance will begin around 8pm.

Click here for tickets.

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