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Speaking at Wellesley Business Leadership Council

Posted 06 November 2007 | By | Categories: events | Comments Off on Speaking at Wellesley Business Leadership Council

Emily’s honored to participate in this weekend’s Wellesley Business Leadership Council plenary gathering on Climate Change. She’ll be speaking with Henrietta Fore and Mei-Mei Tuan during a session titled “Conversations With…”

Current Conference and Foliage Report

Current Conference and Foliage Report

Posted 13 October 2007 | By | Categories: ask emily, better world, creativity, culture, design, emily approved, environment, events, sustainability, technology, travel, webstuff, women | No Comments

This week, I’m excited to participate in Pop!Tech (October 17-20 in Camden, Maine), exploring some of the many ways human beings impact — and are impacted by — the world and each other. The lineup looks phenomenal. The other exciting news is that you can participate wherever you are, as it’s being webcast live. If […]

Michael Bierut: My Life as a Font

Posted 03 February 2007 | By | Categories: creativity, culture, design, events, typography | No Comments

Small Talk No. 6 Michael Bierut: My Life as a Font Tuesday 13 March 2007 Bumble and bumble, 3rd floor auditorium 415 West 13th Street Between Ninth Avenue & Washington Street 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. Wine & hors d’oeuvres reception 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Presentation Small Talks are intimate evenings featuring presentations by speakers who […]

Mira Nair & Jhumpa Lahiri at NYPL

Posted 03 February 2007 | By | Categories: books, culture, emily approved, events, movies, nyc, people | 1 Comment

LIVE from the NYPL MIRA NAIR & JHUMPA LAHIRI Saturday, March 10, 2007 at 7:00 PM Celeste Bartos Forum LIVE from the NYPL books $15 general admission and $10 library donors, seniors and students with valid identification Buy Tickets All LIVE from the NYPL events are general admission. Arrive early for best seat selection. Box […]

Catching the Green Wave

Posted 03 February 2007 | By | Categories: environment, events, nyc, sustainability | No Comments

http://www.cbsacny.org/article.html?aid=413 Andrew Winston is founder of Winston Eco-Strategies and co-author of Green to Gold   Catching the Green Wave: Creating “Eco-Advantage” that Pays Off for your Business presented by Smith College Club of New York City and the Columbia Business School Club/NY Event Date: Wednesday, February 7th, 2007 at 6:00pm Wednesday, February 7, 2007 6:00- […]

How to Take Your Green Graphics to Print

Posted 03 February 2007 | By | Categories: design, environment, events, nyc, sustainability | No Comments

Date: Tuesday, February 6, 2007, 7:00 – 9pm Location: Rolling Press (15 Denton Place, Brooklyn NY 11215 – See map below) Are you a graphic designer wanting to make the green transition? Have you always wanted to convince your clients to take a sustainable communications strategy, but lack knowledge about the process? Please join us […]

Shopdropping with the Anti-Advertising Agency

Posted 03 February 2007 | By | Categories: activism, advertising, art, branding, consumerism, culture, design, events, marketing, retail, shopping | No Comments

Shopdropping Workshop with The Anti-Advertising Agency Feb. 10, 2007 12-6pm Eyebeam – 540 W. 21st Street Eyebeam is pleased to present a daylong Shopdropping Workshop led by the Anti-Advertising Agency. Shopdropping (the opposite of shoplifting) is a tactic used by artists and activists to clandestinely place objects in retail stores. “Dropped” objects are usually versions […]

The Girl’s Room at Jen Bekman

Posted 20 December 2006 | By | Categories: art, culture, emily approved, events, nyc | No Comments

The Girl’s Room, presented by The Dreier Project at Jen Bekman 6 Spring Street New York NY (map) Opening Wednesday December 20, pm 6pm to 8pm The Girl’s Room features works by an international group of female artists. Each artist submitted several small pieces, each presented in an 8.5×11 frame so we can more clearly […]

Mary Mattingly, Fore Cast (an opera)

Posted 19 December 2006 | By | Categories: art, culture, emily approved, environment, events, interconnected, nyc, science, senses, video | No Comments

White Box 525 West 26th Street New York NY (map) 212-714-2347 Fore Cast will run day and night for six days and one hour, from the morning of December 19, until 1:00 am on Christmas morning. Mary Mattingly first drew us into her strange world at the Ecotopia exhibition at ICP. She’s pulling us further […]