Talk about career transitions! Join K. Gretchen Greene (Law '10) for an evening talk and Q/A on creative problem-solving as she tells her story about making a move from corporate tax lawyer to high-end sculptor and designer in just two and one-half years. Before and after the talk, you can explore Somerville's renowned makerspace, Artisan's Asylum, connect with art, artists and Yale alumni and take a tour of this exciting facility. Be sure to RSVP via the link below - seating space is limited.
Greene's client list includes the House of Dior, a recent solo show at New York's Hammond Museum, and a residency at Glacier National Park. Her work has received press notices in AD Italy, Forbes China, the Economist and U.S.A. Today. She has exhibited at major New York galleries and international art and design fairs, and is currently on display at The Study's Aisling Gallery in New Haven, CT, October 9 – November 22, 2015, where you can see her work during The Game weekend.
Find more event details here: https://artisansasylum.com/speaker-series/
6:30PM - 7:00PM Reception, networking and sculpture show
7:00PM - 8:00PM Talk "Deals to Dior: From Corporate Lawyer to Steel Sculptor" followed by Q&A with K. Gretchen Greene
8:00PM - 8:30PM Guided tour of Artisan’s Asylum, a community of engineers, artists, inventors and fabricators sharing facilities in the former Ames Envelope factory in Somerville’s rising Innovation District. Informal post-event drinks and dining nearby.
Directions and parking info: http://artisansasylum.com/hours-and-tours/
Cost: $10 suggested donation to Artisan's Asylum
This special event is part of the Artisan's Asylum Speaker Series, and co-sponsored by YaleBoston, SOMAA-Boston and the Boston Yale Entrepreneur's Breakfast group.
10 Tyler St
Somerville, MA 02143
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