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NMWA Fresh Talk + Mini Mart: Can Makers Change the World?

  • National Museum of Women in the Arts 1250 New York Avenue Northwest Washington, DC, 20005 United States (map)

Join us at the National Museum for Women in the Arts for a FRESH TALK on on the poetics and practicality of making things. Ann Hamilton, an internationally renowned visual artist and self-described maker, joins Emily Pilloton, designer, builder, and educator, to talk about the relevance of hands-on learning and how the experience of making things can inspire the next generation of innovators and creative change makers.

Followed by Catalyst, a cocktail hour with a topic and a twist. Exhibition galleries will be open to attendees 5–6:45 p.m. Shop booths featuring local makers before and after the Fresh Talk.

Tickets to attend the event normally are - $25 general; $20 members, seniors and students. And those prices include museum admission (exhibition galleries open to attendees 5-6:45p.m.) Fresh Talk, Mini Makers Mart, and Catalyst cocktail hour. https://nmwa.org/events/ann-hamilton-emily-pilloton.

As a special promotion people can buy Special Friend Discount tickets for $15 through this link: http://engage.nmwa.org/site/Calendar?id=104511&view=Detail - Special Friend Discount tickets are limited.

Earlier Event: January 29
Made in DC Pop-Up Shop