To be announced soon
A conversation series
by Jessica Walsh, hosted by Danielle Gaboury and Danielle Molyneux
A salon night held monthly will be limited to small groups, usually in a Manchester city centre venue. We'll wine, dine, and have casual conversations on a wide variety of topics relating to creativity, business, and life. Evenings might include special guest hosts, workshops, or even local studio visits…
If you're a female student or creative and would like to join or are interested in updates please join our mailing list. You can also find us on Twitter and Instagram @lwdmcr.
To be announced soon
A workshop with behaviour design studio Dura. We introduce behaviour design and some of the tools we use to design behaviour. Behaviour design brings the insights of how people think and how people act to where it is needed most – to products and services used by people. Sign up to the mailing list to hear first when places are available.
An evening with special guest, Katy Cowan, founding editor of Creative Boom—an online magazine that celebrates, inspires and supports the creative community. Pick Katy's brains for tips on how to put yourself out there without any fear. Bring along any personal promo items for discussion or just bring yourself.
An evening discussing ideas and inspiration with our special guest, paper artist Helen Musselwhite over wine and nibbles. Limited to 8 guests. Sign up to the mailing list to hear first when places are available.
An LWD social. Meet other creative women. Make connections, share ideas and start collaborations. We'll be discussing our upcoming programme of workshops and salons so come along with any suggestions and ambitions.
Come with any general life or work questions or conversations you are interested in, and lets have an open discussion about them!
Jessica Walsh started Ladies, Wine & Design 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.
Numbers show that there's a very small percentage of women leading the creative industry. However, I find the people I'm inspired by most are often other talented ladies. Here are a few women I've admired, worked with, or had my eye on! Email me if you want to nominate someone for this list.