STORY Event Series

In late 2015 we launched the STORY Event Series. The series was designed to explore the role of story and storytelling by bringing together creatives in Washington, DC and exploring themes broad enough to apply to any medium that utilizes story - dance, architecture, advertising, corporate culture, cultural movements, politics, etc.

We were fortunate to have some of the top talent in the area bring their expertise to the series. The events were often sold out and received attention from media outlets such as Inc. Magazine.

The STORY Event Series will likely continue 2017 but with quarterly events instead of monthly events.

A sample of our events can be found below.

 
 
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PERSONAL STORY & CREATIVITY with Noah Scalin, SEPTEMBER 2016

Beyond “design thinking”, the ability to work & practice like an artist is a fundamental tool that’s necessary for anyone looking to sustain growth and consistently innovate.  As part of the STORY Event Series, Noah shared the story of his own experience getting stuck in a professional rut and the strategy he developed to generate the momentum required to consistently bring new, unique approaches to his work. A fantastic evening packed with engaging back-forth discussion, the event was a refreshing look at how we can tap our creatives selves - even when we don't feel creative.


EVENT FEATURING Pricewaterhousecoopers & THE ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL STORYTELLING, october 2016

Storytelling & cutting-edge technologies came together for STORY's October 2016 Event featuring Anthony DeSantis and Shay Anderson of PwC's Forensic Technology Services. (This event needed to be rescheduled - please check back for a future date).

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PANEL ON CHANGING ROLE OF STORY AT MUSEUMS, JUNE 2016

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