Time: most Tuesdays, 5pm PT/8pm ET
Talks and conversations to feed your creative fire.
Upcoming guests and talks:
- March 31 – Liz Hara – Emmy-winning writer and Sesame Street puppeteer, builder & writer – “Pursuing your passion and the necessity of failure.” Register now.
- April 7 – Sarah Yeomans – Professor and Archeologist specializing in medicine and healthcare in the ancient world: “What historical pandemics can teach us about our present crisis.” Register now.
- April 14 – Silvia Gallini – Visual Artist: “Make Mistakes: A Journey Toward Creative Expression.” Register now.
- April 21 – Michael Mack – Writer, Actor, Director: “Going where no (black) man has gone before: Star Trek, spirituality, creativity.” Register now.
I’ve always loved the idea of the salons of Jazz-Age Paris where the creative innovators and thinkers of the day would gather and exchange ideas, birthing artistic movements and social enlightenment. And having fun in the process.
The seed for these salons was planted when my cousin was struggling to choose a path after high school. I thought if she could speak for a few minutes with friends of mine in various professions across the arts and sciences, she’d be inspired to find her path. I was amazed by how many people were eager to share what they loved about their work. We’ve created these salons because everyone should have access to inspiration. You never know what will change your path.
We’re live on Zoom most Tuesdays at 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern for a series of conversations with inspiring people. Depending on the featured guest, the talk may take the form of a lecture or a Q&A. Both styles open up for audience questions toward the end. We have a limit of 100 participants per Salon, so please register early if you see something you don’t want to miss.
Hearthside Salons are free for everyone, and archived as podcasts available for download.
Trouble registering? Contact Us!
Be a Featured Guest:
If you have an inspiring story you’d like to share, or area of interest on which you’d like to hold forth as a featured guest, Contact Us!
One requirement: if you can’t put yourself in front of a fireplace for your session, please stick up a picture of a fireplace or campfire behind you–the more absurd the better.