Women. Ideas. Innovation.
Denver, CO | October 20-21
presented by 5280 Home and Annabel Media
Join us October 20-21 to celebrate TARRA2017 a 2-day celebration of women, ideas and innovation.
The lineup includes events, exhibits and gatherings, with the mission to bring together women who are innovating, transforming, creating, designing, writing, fabricating, building, and thinking outside the box.
TARRA2017 is for those who want to learn, connect, and network with women who are pushing boundaries, creating culture and looking to effect meaningful change in the world.
Friday, October 20
How Will You Shape the Future?
Anti-Networking Night presented by RedLine
No suits. No heels. Just ideas. The all gender anti-networking event featuring special guest Her Highness Vandy J. Sexton followed by an evening of collaborative art, celebrating diversity, creativity and community building, and painting a 30-foot mural on the walls of RedLine!
Pizza will be provided by Mici, cocktails by Suerte, beer by Ratio, and so much more!
5:00-8:30 pm, Tickets $20
Location: RedLine, 2350 Arapahoe St., Denver, CO 80205
Friday & Saturday, October 20 & 21
Artisan Pop Up presented by The Source
Pop up shop with 12 of Colorado’s top artisans and makers at The Source
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: The Source, 3350 Brighton Blvd, Denver, CO 80216
- Ceramics by Mortar & Stone
- Jewelry by Gossamer
- Leather Bags & Accessories by Alexa Allen
- Hand Poured Candles by Candelaria
- Quilts by Comma Workshop
- T-Shirts and Books by Extra Vitamins
- Sustainable Fine Jewelry by Kate Maller
- Apothecary & Essential Oils by Root Foot
- Stick & Poke Tattoos by Uproot Tattoo
Saturday, October 21
“The Politics of Design”
presented by MCA Denver & Design Council of the Denver Art Museum
An intimate evening featuring boundary breakers, rule benders and risk takers from around the country.
5:00-8:30 pm Tickets $30
Location: MCA Denver, 1485 Delgany St., Denver, CO 80202
Meg Vazquez, designer and illustrator based out of Brooklyn, NY, who was the lead designer for social media and rapid response on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign
Mandy Vink, Public Art Coordinator for Boulder’s Office of Arts + Culture
Tariana Navas-Nieves, Director of Cultural Affairs for Denver Arts & Venues
Kirsten Leah Bitzer, Photojournalist whose work emphasizes the human condition of marginalized groups and individuals
Marianne B. Holbert, AIA, Associate Director and Senior Instructor for the Program in Environmental Design at the University of Colorado Boulder