Need another reason to attend Wednesday's Maker Talk? Our Headliner, Andrew Corrie of Canvas Home Store, will bring 2 chairs to give away to 2 lucky audience members! Check out a pic below! Each chair is valued at $425. Wowza! Get your tickets NOW for your chance to win! Come early, stay late, mingle with our fabulous Pitch Presenters, and enjoy wine and design. What could be better?
When: April 23. Doors open 6pm, Event begins 7pm
Where: Subculture, 45 Bleecker Street (right by the 6, B, D, F and M trains)
Attending: 115 tickets sold, 55 tickets available
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55 tickets still available. If you do not make it onto the final guest list, please feel free to come and be placed on the standby list. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. All sales are final. If the event sells out, sales will be locked.
Want to win this chair? Get your tickets now!
**Must be present to win**
About Andrew Corrie
In 2005, after a successful investment-banking career, Andrew became a partner in Ochre, a high-end European furniture and lighting company. Then in 2008, he launched Canvas, a home furnishing brand known for its emphasis on hand made production of ceramics, glass, linens and furniture. It is a leading supplier to large home goods retailers including Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel, Anthropologie, and Bloomingdales.
Andrew is also a strong advocate for artisans in developing countries. He sits on the board of Aid to Artisans, a non-profit organization which creates economic opportunities for artisan groups around the world where craft traditions and livelihoods are at risk. Andrew donates 10% of Canvas’s profits to support artisans in developing countries.
Pitch Presentations by Lofty, Simply Framed and Kantara Rugs.
About Maker Talks
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About Chapoutier Belleruche
Michel Chapoutier says that one of the most difficult tasks of a vineyardist and winemaker is to make a serious, high-quality wine, yet have it remain a good value. His "Belleruche" wines accomplish just that. M. Chapoutier Belleruche Rose is a great introduction to one of the world's most celebrated wine appellations: the Côtes-du-Rhône region.
SubCulture is a new venue bringing eclectic yet accessible music and creative arts performances to the vibrant NoHo neighborhood. SubCulture is a place like no other in the city—a subterranean music-and-arts oasis hidden beneath the streets of New York.
(Image credits: Canvas Home Store; Ashley Anderson; Chapoutier Belleruche)