Motivos Spring Edition Launch Party

Posted by Motivos Magazine on March 7, 2016

Motivos Spring Edition Launch Party

Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:
Friday, April 1, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)

Moore College of Art & Design
1916 Race Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Join us for the unveiling of Motivos magazine’s Spring 2016 ‘Imagination’ edition! Listen and watch as creativity jumps from the pages of our youth magazine to entertain with live poetry, upcycled fashion show and open art galleries. A Creative Careers Panel will connect you with opportunities and outlooks in the creative disciplines. Free for all subscribers, advertisers and sponsors. Future subscribers can sign up here for just $12 to gain free admission!

Come out for:

  • Light dinner and networking
  • Meet the winners of the Motivos MooreCycle upcycled accessory competition
  • Celebrate the youth published in this edtion and those selected as Motivos Spring 2016
  • Inspirations in Our Community
  • Creative Careers Panel featuring Carmen Febo, Taller Puertorriqueño’s Executive Director; Lori Anselm, TerraCycle’s Sr. Product and Accessories Designer and Veronica Scarpellino, Director, Locks Career Center at Moore College of Art & Design
  • Open galleries at Moore

*We have space to host four vendors at this creative & socially conscious event. Bring your crafts, upcycled items, fashion, art, jewelry and more! Just $30 for a table. Purchase below. Tickets to attend the event are free for all subscribers, advertisers and sponsors. $12 otherwise, which includes a one year subscription to Motivos magazine. We appreciated any and all additional contributions toward cost of after-school youth programming and training for Motivos Youth Advisory Board.

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