talk20 is not a lecture but a gathering, an open forum for the dissemination of ideas in art, architecture and design. Produced in cities around the world, 1708 Gallery together with C3: the Creative Change Center, are the organizers of talk20 in Richmond. Participants will present up to 20 slides of their work with 20 seconds to discuss each slide.
Presenting Richmond's 4th Edition of talk20
Tuesday, March 22nd, 6 to 8 p.m.
The Corrugated Box Building
201 West 7th Street, Richmond, VA
Join 1708 Gallery and C3 (The Creative Change Center) as we present Richmond's 4th Edition of talk20. This round of talented presenters includes:
Ellie Basch, chef and caterer of Savor/The Lunch Porter cafe. www.ChefEllie.com and www.TheLunchPorter.com.
Bentley Boyd, creator of history comic books www.chestercomix.com
Arthur E Chadwick, president of Chadwick & Son Orchids Inc and co-author of 'The Classic Cattleyas' book www.chadwickorchids.com
Suzanna Fields, abstract artist, www.suzannafields.com
Margaret Hancock, art and design educator, margarethancockstudio.com
Amanda Robinson, founder and and current Executive Director of Gallery5 (NFP) www.gallery5arts.org
Ed Trask, Visual Artist www.edwardtrask.com
This is a FREE event, but please register HERE. The event will include complimentary appetizers and a cash bar.
Previous talk20 Events
September 28, 2010
Participants included Slash Coleman, nationally reknowed storyteller, best known for his award-winning PBS special and Off-Broadway one-man show, "The Neon Man and Me"; Mike Keeling, Abstract Artist and Metal Sculptor; Emilia Lanwehr, Curator and Manager of The Whitley Gallery; Phil Nesmith, Photographic Artist, combining early photographic methods with contemporary events; Scott Putman, Artistic Director for Amaranth Contemporary Dance; Patience Salgado, photographer and creative kindness worker; and Francis Thompson, STEPS: Mountain Lake Workshop with John Cage 1989 / Stephen Addiss 2008 / Merce Cunningham 2009.
March 16, 2010
Participants included artist and founder of the Real Small Art Tiffany Glass Ferreira; innovative and sustainable architecture Tamara Van Meter; painter Susan Singer; LEGO artist Brian Korte; visionary architect Peter Fraser; multi-media artist Shelia M. Gray; visual artist Rosemary Jesionowski; and photographer Gordon Stettinius.
October 7, 2009
Participants included visual artist Matt Lively, camera truck photographer Shaun Irving, designer and skull maker Noah Scalin, tattoo artist Thea Duskin, green-focused architect Michael Pellis, visual artist Liz Kellinger, and advertisers and designers Charley Foley and Angeline Robertson.