Ladies, Wine &
a bit of Design

A conversation series
from Jessica Walsh
Hosted by R2i

A salon night held monthly will be limited to eight creative ladies. We'll have drinks and casual conversations on a wide variety of topics relating to creativity, business, and life. If you're a female student or creative and would like to join, please email us. It's free and reservations are first come, first serve. You can follow us on Instagram and Facebook, and if you'd like to host us in your space, teach a workshop, or lead a discussion, please do get in touch.

July 2017 No Event!

Enjoy your summer - we'll see you at the August event!

August 30, 6PM Work in Progress

Bring a piece you’re working on that you need advice on and lets all talk about the work and ideas on how to make it better!

Location: Marie Louise Bistro
904 N. Charles Street
Mt. Vernon

September 27, 6PM Chit Chat

Come with any general life or work questions or conversations you are interested in, and lets have an open discussion about them!

Location: TBD

October 25, 6PM Side Projects

What do you do on the side that helps to keep you inspired and motivated? Come discuss passion projects and what keeps us thriving!

Location: TBD

Jessica Walsh started Ladies, Wine & Design in New York after doing a lot of thinking and reading on why there are so few women creative directors. She believes we can change that through mentorship and championing others' work. We couldn't agree more, and we also think it would be fun to meet other women designers!

Women in Graphic Design (And Why We Need to Talk About Them)
The 3% Conference
Designer Vaca
Teach Girls Bravery, Not Perfection
Ticking Boxes
Less Than 100
Women of Graphic Design
Women's Design + Research Unit

Numbers show that there's a very small percentage of women leading the creative industry. However, the people we could be most inspired by most are other talented ladies. Let's build a list of women we have admired, worked with, or had our eyes on! Email us if you want to nominate someone for this list, especially women in Baltimore.