Workshop: DesignLab with Rachel Orr (Carnegie Library, Pt. 2)
Sunday / September 22 / 2:30 PMRegister for Free
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Date & Time
Sunday, September 22
2:30pm - 4:00pm
801 K St NW First Floor, Washington, DC 20001
Following Part 1 of a 2-part series, join us for this FREE event at the main stage of the Apple Carnegie Library. Leading this interactive workshop will be graphic designer Rachel Orr, who will guide attendees through her approach to collage art using historical assets from the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Sharing her involvement with #The100DayProject and giving attendees a look into how it inspired her creative process, you’ll then get hands-on with an iPad and Apple Pencil to experiment using layers of images, creating a colorful collage of your own!
Note: You don’t need to attend Part 1 to join the fun of Part 2. But, if you’d like to learn more about the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. and come to the Rachel Orr event with an entire set of royalty-free digital assets for your own personal use, be sure to sign up for Part 1 here.
Design Editor for By The Way and Comics Editor for The Lily at The Washington Post
Rachel Orr is the design editor for By The Way and comics editor for The Lily at The Washington Post. After attending Ohio University and a short stint in Phoenix, she has lived in the District for the past 6 years. Her favorite way to explore the city is by bike. She likes sending snail mail, trying to hit every movie theater in the area and taking on too many projects. She grew up in a small town in Ohio.Website
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