January 2017 Marketing and Design Events

January 2017 Marketing and Design Events

Start the year off right and hit one of these networking lunches, educational events or gallery exhibits in January. Remember to check back periodically for updates, or follow us on Twitter for the latest.

January 6, 2017

Work in Progress: Katherine Bernhardt
11 a.m. at CAM

Join internationally recognized painter and St. Louis native Katherine Bernhardt in a discussion about her mural-in-progress with CAM Executive Director Lisa Melandri. Register here.

First Fridays in Grand Center
6 p.m. in Grand Center

Every First Friday of the month, the museums and galleries in Grand Center are free until 9 p.m. Take this chance to visit favorites like CAM, the International Photo Hall of Fame, Pulitzer Arts Foundation and more. See the full list of participating museums.

January 9, 2017

St. Louis Cardinals Uniforms and Logos, An Illustrated History
7 p.m. at St. Louis County Library – Headquarters

A creative consultant for the St. Louis Cardinals for 30 years, Gary Kodner has followed the Cardinals since he was a child, collecting memorabilia and researching the team’s history. His colorful new book explores a timeline journey through the evolution of the Cardinals uniforms and logos. Learn more.

January 10, 2017

Coloring Club STL
6 p.m. at Urban Chestnut (Grove)

Head over to UCBC in the Grove for this month’s coloring club. For $5, get a custom illustration from a local artist and all the colored pencils, crayons and markers you could hope for (plus, UCBC beer specials). Get tickets.

Dabble: Longstitch Leather-bound Bookbinding
6 p.m. at Perennial

An older, German bookbinding technique, the Longstitch, uses a single thread to sew multiple sections into a leather cover. Each participant will create a small, unique and functional book whose pages open completely, perfect for sketching and notetaking. Sign up for this Dabble class here.

January 19, 2017

TechShop St. Louis Open House
6 p.m. at TechShop St. Louis

TechShop’s January Open House is the perfect introduction to St. Louis’ latest innovation space. See machine demos, meet members, and take a tour. Free and family friendly! RSVP here.

January 26, 2017

Crafting a Winning Award Entry
11:30 a.m. at Maggiano’s Little Italy

From developing an effective work plan to streamlining the application process, you too can turn that next communication project into an award winner. For IABC’s January luncheon, they’re bringing together a panel of award winners and judges who’ve critiqued myriad communication programs. Register here.


Capturing the City: Photographs from the Streets of St. Louis, 1900 – 1930
All month at Missouri History Museum

Head to the Missouri History Museum to see an extensive collection of turn-of-the-century images captured by the St. Louis Street Department. Admission to this exhibit is free. Learn more.

Designing Chessmen: A Taste of The Imagery of Chess
All month at the World Chess Hall of Fame

WCHOF often showcases exhibits that merge design and chess, and this latest celebrates the history of the original 1944 exhibition, The Imagery of Chess. Learn more about the exhibit and plan your visit.

Venture Cafe St. Louis
Every Thursday 3 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the @4240 Building in the Cortex Innovation District

Each week, innovators and entrepreneurs gather for conversations and scheduled programming aimed to inspire.

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Danielle Hohmeier

As Senior Marketing Manager at Atomicdust, Danielle Hohmeier develops focused and effective social media and content marketing strategies for clients. This includes identifying the audiences, appropriate channels and key content categories, and finding SEO and SEM opportunities.

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