The Fabricant Way: New Season & Podcast Launch
Come celebrate the stories behind a new group of fabricants from creative New York businesses with award-winning designer Jennifer Dopazo of Candelita, at the launch of a new season of The FabricantWay. On Thursday, July 28th, from 7:00-9:00 PM, join us at The Noble Experiment NYC in Bushwick, NY. Meet Jenny and the creative entrepreneurs featured in the show’s new season, Field Apothecary‘s Dana Eudy, Pablo and Veronica from Dr. Cow, Grace Colón from Piel NYC and the amazing portrait painter Antony Zito. More about The Fabricant Way: As an artist, graphic designer and visual branding expert, Jennifer Dopazo’s passion is unusual, creative and alternative ways to move businesses forward. In her new web series, Jenny has interviewed successful creative entrepreneurs to learn how they’ve reached their audience. The Fabricant Way offers creative inspiration for building and marketing your entrepreneurial masterpiece using your natural talents and instincts. You’ll learn how to create deep, emotional connections with your customers and your readers. You’ll discover innovative ways to move your business forward doing the thing you love. RSVP to be part of the growing community of artists and business people driven by passion to do their most creative work. Meet The Fabricant Way creator, Jennifer Dopazo and see the first five videos in the new web series. Get to know Jennifer’s featured creative entrepreneurs and other members of the local, creative business community. Rum Cocktails will be available! Want to catch up on previous episodes? Check them out here!
Jennifer Dopazo is an interdisciplinary award winning graphic designer and artist specialized in Brand Identity, Interaction Design and UX/UI Design while exploring the fields of collaboration, community-building learning environments, crafts, wearable computing, and Open Source. She has been a featured guest lecturer and advisor at the Free Culture Forum,Escuela de Arte 10 and Medialab Prado in Spain, Plasma Conference, Fundación Telefónica and Escuelab in Lima, Perú, 01SJ Biennial, Upgrade São Paulo in São Paulo, Brazil, and Eyebeam in New York. She holds a master in Design and Technology from Parsons The New School for Design (New York, NY) and a Bachelors degree in Visual Communication from ProDiseño (Caracas, Venezuela). A designer, sometimes developer, other times a tinketer and a full time maker, supporter of Do-It-Yourself (DIY) and Do-It-With-Others (DIWO) culture. She has taught artists to code and program sensors, fashion designers to create interactive garments and children create electronic toys with crafts. She runs her own studio, Candelita, with recent clients including the The New York Times and Nick.com
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