it doesn’t matter what you wear…just as long as you are there…so every guy grab a girl…and the kids for an old-fashioned, new-fangled street festival of music, art, food, fun and…dancin’ in the streets!
In each of my stores I created an Art Wall to give back to the arts community. Artists were able to show and sell their work. A percentage of their sales went to the Earl Mosley Institute of the Arts, which develops skills, discipline, and self-esteem through intensive dance training for talented Connecticut inner-city teenagers.
In August, 2010, I was on a commitee to host a 30th reunion for the School of Performing Arts. I enjoyed decorating and creating this magical event. The real gift was seeing all these talented, young adults express their gratitude for the gifts the arts have given them.
At the Connecticut Conservatory of the Arts, I was responsible for organizing, and publicizing all events, shows and master classes for music, theatre and dance.
At the Rudolf Steiner School in New York City, I created all marketing and public relations materials, newsletters and put together community calendar, all advertising and press releases.