MAXX Potential’s Kim Mahan on the speaking circuit.
In advance of this evening’s Green Spaces Competition in Richmond (details here), check out this video created by 3north architect, Damon Pearson and interior designer, Emily Smith. The video was produced by Double Take, and 3north landscape architect Andrea Almond helped coordinate the video with Dominion Resources.
Emily describes the video:
“This was part of an investigation into who uses Kanawha Plaza… when they use it… and how they use it. We were able to observe sun patterns, circulation, and program from the 20th floor of the Dominion Resources office building. All of this to provide additional understanding and context.”
This evening at Storefront for Community Design as part of First Friday’s Artwalk. Co-sponsored by 3north and Inaray.
C3 May Breakfast Club:TedxRVA Reflections with Andy Stefanovich
May 14, 2013
Fresh off the heels of TEDxRVA, Andy Stefanovich will reflect upon the journey that culminated in an inspiring, ground-breaking day for RVA. As the curator of TEDxRVA, Andy will share his insights and perspective about what moved him the most, what he’s doing differently as a result, and what he’s got in store for TEDxRVA and the greater Richmond creative community. This will be a highly interactive discussion — audience members will be invited to share their inspirational TEDxRVA moments and actions they’ve since taken to CREATE.
As Chief Curator and Provocateur at Prophet, Andy has earned a reputation as one of the most disruptive and effective advisors in business. He has spent the past 20 years helping companies like GE, General Mills, Proctor & Gamble, The United States Olympic Committee, and the Coca Cola Company drive innovation from the inside out — enriching their people and driving marketplace growth.
For More Information & Registration: http://www.c3richmond.org/calendar/c3-may-breakfast-tedxrva-reflections-with-andy-stefanovich/
1) Last week we avoided the chance to become a social media expert for $30, but are thinking twice…
Do you love whiskey? Do you love beards? Do you love helping the Richmond community?
Tumblr is donating this awesome Beard Kit to the RVA Beard League’s silent auction at the Mid-Atlantic Beard and ‘Stache Championships tomorrow, April 27th, to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Richmond, VA!
The Beard Kit includes:
- Small batch Bulleit Rye Whiskey
- Custom “Dr. Tumblr’s Beard Tonic” flask
- Tumblers (whoa, I haven’t typed that word with an “e” in awhile) and whiskey stones set
- Signed Tumblr tee from David Karp
- Other great Tumblr goodies!
Come hang out, talk Tumblr and beards, and support great RVA organizations!
talk20: 8th Edition
May 7, 2013
talk20 is back. C3 and i.e* present talk20, a gathering of creative people showcasing what’s cool, interesting, and creative in Richmond. The only rule is that they submit 20 slides, with a maximum of 20 seconds per slide to talk. talk20: 8th Edition speakers are:
- Courtney Mailey - Virginia’s first and only urban cidery, Blue Bee Cider
- Doug Orleski - cartoonist, RVA Coffee Stain
- Elli Morris - photographer, Elli Morris Photography
- James O’Neil - smelter, OK Foundry
- Jason Watts - custom woodworker, Watts Wood Products
- Robert Olson - award-winning taxidermist, Frozen in Flight
- Stacey Guard - RVA Hoop House non-profit
- Valley Haggard & Bird Cox - Richmond Young Writers
Visual Arts Center of Richmond
May 7, 2013
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Free Event! Donations Welcome!
Refreshments and Cash Bar!
Register for talk20: 8th Edition!
Of special interest: Corrugated Box neighbor, Courtney Mailey of Blue Bee Cider and Sandy Bond led 3north’s design for the Visual Arts Center.
Blue Bee Cider next door to the Corrugated Box Building is now open.
Read more here in Richmond BizSense.
Be sure to sign up for the next circle S studio coffee on “Content Marketing.” Details here.
Style Weekly’s popular RVA Earth Day Festival returns to the riverside in Manchester featuring local food, craft beers and music in an eco-friendly setting. Join in the fun with farmers, an outdoor gear swap, biking, family activities, eco-conscious artists and local businesses.
This outdoor street fest attracts over 6,000 people of all ages and provides education and resources that help Richmonders incorporate eco-friendly practices into their daily lives.
Come join over 98 artists, farmers and eco-conscious organizations, over 20 local food trucks and carts, over 18 live music performances, over five Virginia craft breweries. Four streets, three stages, two kids areas, and one great day. What are you waiting for? Get outside and enjoy the earth!
Oh you’re welcome @ie_rva. Let the #startup competition begin! #rva #ie_rva #tumblr (at CenterStage)