Ladies, Wine &
a bit of Design Portland, Maine

Created by Jessica Walsh
Hosted by Taja Dockendorf
for Portland, Maine Creative Ladies

A salon night held monthly for creative women. We’ll drink and discuss a variety of topics relating to creativity, business, and life. Events are free, but space is limited. If you’re a female student or creative and would like to join, please email me to RSVP
If you are interested in joining our mailing list for upcoming events (click here).

December 8th, 6pm Ladies Mixer!

Come chat, mix and mingle with other talented design ladies at the Engine Room! This event is limited to 10-15 women so please register to confirm your space.

2017 - TBD Join our Mailing List to stay-up-to date!

Keep checking back for our 2017 dates - we'll be meeting to discuss Creative Job Labels, have Skill Sharing sessions, and much more!

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. It has always amazed me how few female creative directors there were in the creative landscape—thus the chance to rally together, in a supportive environment to talk freely, have fun and engaging conversations seemed perfect. As both a creative director, mother and founder of a design and branding firm I could not agree with her more, through both collective mentoring and championing of each others work I look forward hosting these events and meeting you as we continue to build a strong community of Ladies, Wine & Design.

Below are a few articles and resources to get your creative lady minds fired-up!
Taja Dockenforf - Founder and Creative Director of Pulp+Wire

Ladies, Wine & Design
What We Can Do About the Dearth of Female Creatives?
Where Are All The Women Creative Directors?
The 3% Conference

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. I look forward to adding more woman of admiration to this list as we start our series. Specifically women in Portland, Maine who share my same passion for creativity, energy and industry growth.