Become Your Unlimited Self: Workshop and Talk with Diane Pauley

Become Your Unlimited Self is a workshop and talk that takes place on Thursday, February 7 from 7:00 – 9:00pm at Franklin Street Works. This event is in synch with Franklin Street Works’ tradition of highlighting emerging thinkers and doers in the region as part of our ongoing programming. Since graduating college, Diane Pauley, who goes by the “PostGrad Coach,” has watched her peers struggle to find jobs and then settle in positions that, according to Pauley “knocked the passion right out of them”.  This prompted her to start PostGradolescence, a coaching platform to teach millennials how to overcome their limited resources, make their art profitable and feel confident enough to be their own boss.  The event is both a talk, and a workshop.

About Diane Pauley: Diane Pauley is the PostGrad Coach who learned how to harness her art and do it for a living. She is now helping other millennials do the same – build up their art and be their own boss  – at Postgradolescence.com. Pauley works with creative millennials and teaches them how to make their art profitable. By adding the right business components to their message, Diane’s clients have been able to build up service-based businesses.

 

posted by Owner on February 27, 2014 at 7:00 pm

Become Your Unlimited Self: Workshop and Talk with Diane Pauley

Become Your Unlimited Self is a workshop and talk that takes place on Thursday, February 7 from 7:00 – 9:00pm at Franklin Street Works. This event is in synch with Franklin Street Works’ tradition of highlighting emerging thinkers and doers in the region as part of our ongoing programming. Since graduating college, Diane Pauley, who goes by the “PostGrad Coach,” has watched her peers struggle to find jobs and then settle in positions that, according to Pauley “knocked the passion right out of them”.  This prompted her to start PostGradolescence, a coaching platform to teach millennials how to overcome their limited resources, make their art profitable and feel confident enough to be their own boss.  The event is both a talk, and a workshop.

About Diane Pauley: Diane Pauley is the PostGrad Coach who learned how to harness her art and do it for a living. She is now helping other millennials do the same – build up their art and be their own boss  – at Postgradolescence.com. Pauley works with creative millennials and teaches them how to make their art profitable. By adding the right business components to their message, Diane’s clients have been able to build up service-based businesses.

 

Eat for Equity Event to Benefit Franklin Street Works

Eat For Equity Stamford is kicking off 2014 with a fun and exciting event benefitting Franklin Street Works! The dinner is Saturday, February 22 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm. The Exhibition “Neuromast: Certain Uncertainty and Contemporary Art” is on view during the event and features videos, sculptures, and photographs by artists working in New York City; Toronto, Canada; Paris, France; Providence, Rhode Island; and Carbondale, Illinois. The exhibition explores the theme of “emergence,” which posits that one cannot predict results of a system once it reaches a certain type and level of complexity.

Eat for Equity cooks will integrate some of the exhibition themes into their menu, which features breakfast for dinner! Come join us in enjoying good food, good people, good art, and good times! All are welcome to join with a suggested donation of $15-20 or give what you can! RSVP not required but helpful in estimating food. To RSVP, click HERE.

posted by Owner on February 22, 2014 at 7:00 pm

Eat for Equity Event to Benefit Franklin Street Works

Eat For Equity Stamford is kicking off 2014 with a fun and exciting event benefitting Franklin Street Works! The dinner is Saturday, February 22 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm. The Exhibition “Neuromast: Certain Uncertainty and Contemporary Art” is on view during the event and features videos, sculptures, and photographs by artists working in New York City; Toronto, Canada; Paris, France; Providence, Rhode Island; and Carbondale, Illinois. The exhibition explores the theme of “emergence,” which posits that one cannot predict results of a system once it reaches a certain type and level of complexity.

Eat for Equity cooks will integrate some of the exhibition themes into their menu, which features breakfast for dinner! Come join us in enjoying good food, good people, good art, and good times! All are welcome to join with a suggested donation of $15-20 or give what you can! RSVP not required but helpful in estimating food. To RSVP, click HERE.

Connecting Over Missed Connections: A Talk with New York Artist Ingrid Burrington

Please join us Thursday, February 20  from 6:30 – 8:00 pm for Ingrid Burrington’s Talk on her project, “The Center for Missed Connections”.

With Valentine’s Day, after seeing stores stock up with flowers, hearts and chocolate boxes, we are reminded that love is in the air. Feeling like we are missing out on this sort of love connection is at the core of Ingrid Burrington’s Center for Missed Connections project, which maps and studies loneliness and romantic longing in cities through the missed connections section of Craigslist. Join Franklin Street Works on Thursday, February 20 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm for “Connecting Over Missed Connections,” a conversation with New York-based artist, Ingrid Burrington. This free, public event also includes one complimentary Valentine’s Day cocktail for each guest!

The Center For Missed Connections project started with Burrington’s simple question, “What is the loneliest place in New York City?” As she started to do research, the missed connections sections of Craigslist seemed to be the perfect place to start. This section, exclusive to Craigslist, is a common zone of loneliness in print that is also a free-for-all dialogue of venting, longing, and spamming. Burrington explains, “Analysis of Craigslist Missed Connections postings and communities offers a glimpse into the loneliness and sexual tension that serve as the linchpin of any thriving metropolitan environment.” Read more about this project HERE.

Ingrid Burrington’s Taxonomy of Missed Connections, part of Center for Missed Connections, is a mapping of missed connections in New York City, and is currently on view in Franklin Street Works’ Neuromast: Certain Uncertainty and Contemporary Art show. The exhibition, curated by Taliesen Gilkes-Bower and Terri C Smith, is on view through March 9. The show explores “emergence,” the theory that says unforeseeable results happen when a system reaches a certain level of complexity. Exhibiting artists are: Kari Altmann, Christian Bök and Micah Lexier, Ingrid Burrington, Kaye Cain-Nielsen, Mircea Cantor, hint.fm, David Horvitz, Brian House and Jason Rabie, Juliana Huxtable, Thilde Jensen, Carolyn Lazard, M. M. Mantua, Preemptive Media, Robert Spahr, Elizabeth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle’s Sexecology collaboration, and The Waterwhisper Ilse.

ABOUT INGRID BURRINGTON: Ingrid Burrington is an artist and writer living on a small island off the coast of America. There is more information about her at lifewinning.com

posted by Owner on February 20, 2014 at 6:30 pm

Connecting Over Missed Connections: A Talk with New York Artist Ingrid Burrington

Please join us Thursday, February 20  from 6:30 – 8:00 pm for Ingrid Burrington’s Talk on her project, “The Center for Missed Connections”.

With Valentine’s Day, after seeing stores stock up with flowers, hearts and chocolate boxes, we are reminded that love is in the air. Feeling like we are missing out on this sort of love connection is at the core of Ingrid Burrington’s Center for Missed Connections project, which maps and studies loneliness and romantic longing in cities through the missed connections section of Craigslist. Join Franklin Street Works on Thursday, February 20 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm for “Connecting Over Missed Connections,” a conversation with New York-based artist, Ingrid Burrington. This free, public event also includes one complimentary Valentine’s Day cocktail for each guest!

The Center For Missed Connections project started with Burrington’s simple question, “What is the loneliest place in New York City?” As she started to do research, the missed connections sections of Craigslist seemed to be the perfect place to start. This section, exclusive to Craigslist, is a common zone of loneliness in print that is also a free-for-all dialogue of venting, longing, and spamming. Burrington explains, “Analysis of Craigslist Missed Connections postings and communities offers a glimpse into the loneliness and sexual tension that serve as the linchpin of any thriving metropolitan environment.” Read more about this project HERE.

Ingrid Burrington’s Taxonomy of Missed Connections, part of Center for Missed Connections, is a mapping of missed connections in New York City, and is currently on view in Franklin Street Works’ Neuromast: Certain Uncertainty and Contemporary Art show. The exhibition, curated by Taliesen Gilkes-Bower and Terri C Smith, is on view through March 9. The show explores “emergence,” the theory that says unforeseeable results happen when a system reaches a certain level of complexity. Exhibiting artists are: Kari Altmann, Christian Bök and Micah Lexier, Ingrid Burrington, Kaye Cain-Nielsen, Mircea Cantor, hint.fm, David Horvitz, Brian House and Jason Rabie, Juliana Huxtable, Thilde Jensen, Carolyn Lazard, M. M. Mantua, Preemptive Media, Robert Spahr, Elizabeth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle’s Sexecology collaboration, and The Waterwhisper Ilse.

ABOUT INGRID BURRINGTON: Ingrid Burrington is an artist and writer living on a small island off the coast of America. There is more information about her at lifewinning.com

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