Are you a freelancer? Entrepreneur? Independent artist? Podcaster? Hustler? Let’s connect and support each other!
This will be a casual but semi-structured happy hour for people who are creative freelancers, make personal creative projects, podcasts, books, shows, or other independent work.
- There will be an "asks" and an "offers" board for people to share their skills/offerings and ask for support in areas you need – whether it’s for finding clients, budgeting advice, logistical stuff, sharing programs you run, or fun collaborations.
- The first hour will be pretty casual, and then people can sign up to give 60-second pitches for sharing what they do and what kind of connections they're looking for.
- There will also be space for you to share business cards, small handouts, stickers, etc.
This event is geared towards freelancers and independent creators, but all are welcome! Come find your new favorite artist or contractor.
About Molly McLeod:
Molly McLeod is an artist, designer, and creativity coach based in Portland, Oregon. She is the author of The Daily Project Deck: Build and Easy and Fun Creative Habit, out now from Chronicle Books. Since 2015, she has made over 1,000 pieces of art by doing different daily art projects every month.
Molly supports creative people to make work that's important to them, achieve their goals, and share their gifts with the world. She also works with people who may not consider themselves "artists," but are interested in calling in more creativity in their lives. She’s worked on activist board games, feminist documentaries, adult summer camps, and public art projects.
Molly is currently available for coaching, short and long-term projects, speaking gigs, and artistic commissions and collaborations.
About PDX Design Festival:
PDX Design Festival is a week-long celebration of design in the city of roses. After several long years of isolation and virtual collaboration, Portland's creative community is back and ready to reconnect. Our inaugural theme, chosen by the AIGA Portland community, is connection and echoes these sentiments. This is a can't-miss event for all of Portland.
Events tickets are reserved for festival pass holders—get your all-access festival pass on the PDXDF website.