Art Gallery Pop-up: “Aes-thet-ics 2.0”
Featuring a variety of up-and-coming artists expressing themselves in a variety of mediums. Meet local creatives and discover something new! Light refreshments will be served.
Artists: CT Designs | Cristal Tatoos | Eyeslo Picasso | Kimberly Caruso-Poley | Kimberly Heil | Kimberly Mawson | Kyle Mankus | Patterns & Beyond by Prathima Bhargav | Same Sosa | Katina | Stacey Zackin | Jeff the artist |
Curator: Christiane O’Brien a.k.a. TJV ann – artist
Stop by for Beer & Business: Networking Happy Hour (5 – 6P), then stay for the art opening!
MAKE IT! Art Workshops Series:
Dynamic Discovery through Doodling with WORK_SPACE manager, Stacey Zackin
Stacey Zackin, Manager of WORK_SPACE took her hobby of doodling and turned it into a workshop on psychology and business strategy. Leave with a beautiful piece of art to treasure.
We are so thankful to have such a strong connection with the Connecticut arts community. If you haven’t visited WORK_SPACE before, we believe that wall space is synonymous with public art gallery. To celebrate this, we are offering a series of art workshops in our main street gallery space.
Meet up @ WORK_SPACE for a free tasting from upcoming breweries and local eateries. Listen to a live, candid, and insightful panel on small business development. Meet with our sponsors; Urban Lodge Brewing Company and others.
After the event, stick around to enjoy our art exhibit or head over to one of downtown Manchester’s incredible restaurants for some dinner.
Listen to insights from previous guests here.
::Beer & Business::
Open to the Public 21 years and older: WORK_SPACE hosts a Happy Hour program featuring a local brewery or business owner from the food and beverage industry. Each month they highlight a business, sample their wares, and have fun networking. RSVPs are appreciated; however, walk-ins are welcome. Please bring your business cards and I.D.
Are you a business owner or professional located in the Greater Hartford area looking to expand sales?
Join us for a fun, engaging, money making, educational, meeting. BNI is a strong group of local business owners and professionals that only allows one member per profession. Come check it out and see how they can help you grow by referring quality leads to you.
The meeting is free to attend, but seating is limited. Please RSVP
What is BNI?
BNI is a world-wide organization of business professionals who work together to develop business, improve training of its members and increase sales opportunities of each members sales team.
We have all heard of networking but did you know it is the most powerful and effective method of improving your business?
Location: WORK_SPACE, Seminar Room 2
Parking available in back (Orange Lot).
BNI welcomes guests to attend a meeting for free to see if the group may be a good fit for your business.
Please RSVP. Light refreshments available.
Are you a business owner or professional located in the Manchester/ Glastonbury area looking to expand sales?
Business networking International or BNI is a worldwide networking organization. The objective of BNI it’s for members to help each other to grow sales and productivity through a collaboration efforts. The group only allows one member of each professional classification so as not to have competition within the group.
If anyone is interested in joining a BNI group, you are invited sit in on the meeting as a guest. The meeting is free to attend, but seating is limited. Please RSVP with the information provided. Light refreshments available.
Location: WORK_SPACE, Main Gallery
Parking available in back (Orange Lot).
MAKE IT! Art Workshop Series:
Intro to Alcohol Ink Painting with Charlene Misuraca
Create beautiful designs by mixing different mediums and colors with alcohol to produce this mesmerizing effect.
We are so thankful to have such a strong connection with the connecticut arts community. If you haven’t visited WORK_SPACE before, we believe that wall space is synonymous with public art gallery. To celebrate this, we are offering a series of art workshops in our main street gallery space.