Wow! The January Open House was a great time! Thanks to everyone who stopped by. It was great to see everyone and catch up.
For those of you who missed out, I understand the weather was rather terrible that evening. But, you missed out on some pretty spectacular fun. Josh, from Bluebird Ice Cream, scooped out some incredible ice cream for everyone to try. He very quickly ran out of the vegan coconut mint chocolate chip and there was a good reason why. I had no idea vegan ice cream could be so fantastic! The Stumptown ice cream and the snickerdoodle were also really delicious and it was all finished off by the time the night came to a close. Mychal Richardson’s photography was a great conversation piece and had many people quietly going from one photo to the next reading about how each individual pictured fought for their rights. I think we all came away inspired. See more of his work on his website or stop by and check them out!
A big thanks must also go to Andy Aupperlee of Explosion 5000. He took over the Green Room and shot portraits of our Open House attendees and their New Years Resolutions. The results are rather amazing and you should make sure to read about it on his website and look at his Flickr page.
A big thanks to all of you who could come out. Hopefully see you all at our next Open House!
Thanks to Flickr user Sukanto Debnath for use of the above photo through the Creative Commons License
It’s January so that means it’s time for our January Open House! Fitting, right? Well, we are really excited for this month’s open house on January 14th from 6 PM to 9 PM when we’ll open our doors to the wholecommunity to celebrate art, coworking and each other.
What: January Open House
When: Thursday, January 14th from 6 PM-9 PM
Where: Office Nomads- 1617 Boylston Ave, Second Floor
Food and Drink: We’ve got the goods, just bring your pint glass!
We are proud to be part of Capitol Hill Art Walk again this month and are featuring the beautiful photography of Mychal Richardson of Lost Photography. His show, “Faces of Washington” was created for the ACLU and includes seventeen 36″ by 36″ black and white portraits of courageous individuals from all across Washington State who fought for their rights and the rights of others. It is an inspiring show and one not to be missed.
Something we are very excited about is the opportunity to be part of the art! Andy Aupperlee of Explosion 5000 will be here taking photos of you and your New Years Resolutions. Andy is really excited to have some fun with these photography so bring a big smile and your creativity to be expressed in the photobooth. At the same time, we have partnered with a couple local businesses in an effort to tempt you away from some of those New Years Resolutions. Ice cream from Bluebird Ice Cream and beer from Elysian Brewing always are incredibly delicious and will both be here. Make sure your bring a sweet tooth and your pint glass!
The only thing that could make the Open House any greater would be you! We hope you can join us and bring along your great friends and family. What better way to celebrate winter, photography and the neighborhood than with our community? We look forward to seeing you!