New Local Related Organization

"Washington, DC Art Directors, Designers, Illustrators, Web Developers, Photographers, Print Professionals, and Others Band Together to Form New DC Creative Guild"

New Creative Community Shares the Passion of Art and Communication in the Metro Washington, DC Region

Washington, DC (PRWeb) February 04, 2014

DC Creative Guild logo

Last fall, the Washington DC creative community was stunned to learn that following decades of serving the art community, the Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington (ADCMW) was dissolving…

Past board members quickly mobilized and resolved to find a way to keep this community connected and alive. The new DC Creative Guild was formed…

Learn more about the DC Creative Guild and connect through their social media sites:
@dccreativeguild
dccreativeguild.tumblr.com
facebook.com/dccreativeguild

The DC Creative Guild provides inspiration, information, and collaboration to an alliance of Washington, DC metropolitan area graphic design professionals, interactive designers, production managers, photographers, illustrators, printmakers and artists of all shapes, and those businesses that serve them.

Read the full post on the PRWeb.

MIT Club of Washington, DC Rescheduled Events

The MIT Club of Washington, DC, which is listed in our Events from Related Organizations page, has new dates for events that were affected by the snow storms.

  • Tuesday, February 9 — Seminar Series — Postponed to Tuesday, April 6.
  • Thursday, February 11 — Norm Augustine — “U.S. Human Spaceflight Plans” — Kenwood Club, Bethesda. — Postponed to Tuesday, February 23. >>> Registrants, we’ve emailed you, but if you didn’t hear from us, just e-mail email hidden; JavaScript is required and let us know you a) can come with same number of guests; b) can come but want to change the number of guests; c) can come but don’t remember how many guests you signed up; d) can’t come.

Their remaining schedule for February remains the same:

  • Tuesday, February 16 — Iqbal Quadir — Founder of the Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT, and Bangladesh telecom entrepreneur, at Maggiano’s Restaurant, Friendship Heights, DC.
  • Thursday, February 18 — Annual Gala of the MIT Enterprise Forum — Co-hosted by the MIT Club, this popular event is sure to appeal to all entrepreneurial alums as well as hi-tech investors. This year’s Gala is at an exciting new location, the Canadian Embassy. (Note that it is on a different day than previously published.)
  • Thursday, February 25– Former NASA astronaut, Heide Stefanyshyn-Piper ’84 will speak to us at a dinner meeting at the Kenwood Club in Bethesda. The title of her talk is “Unexpected Repairs at 220 Miles High.”
  • Saturday, February 27 — Terra Cotta Warriors — We’re on for a 12:30 p.m. tour of this popular National Geographic exhibition.

For details about these events and for events scheduled for March and April, see their Calendar of Events at http://washingtondc.alumclub.mit.edu/s/1314/2015/club-class-main.aspx?sid=1314&gid=29&pgid=1048.

IABC/Washington president, Tomeka Rawlings

News & Resources from the IABC Washington

Our thoughts are with Tomeka Rawlings, president of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Washington, DC Chapter, who suffered a stroke last week. She is being treated at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore and will remain there until the end of this week when her physical rehab will start. Her doctors expect her to make a full recovery. Until she is able to resume her duties, President-Elect Shonali Burke will fill in for her as Acting President.

The IABC/Washington asks that you send any e-mail messages or chapter-related inquiries to Shonali at email hidden; JavaScript is required. She will be happy to relay any messages of support to Tomeka and her family.