Your brand is a collection of perceptions in the consumer’s mind.
We are always managing perceptions. In a social media age, our ability to edit, filter and frame our lives is stronger than ever before; the line between what is real and what is imagined grows thinner every day. Instagram accounts with large followings convey illusions of influence and profitability. We spend hours masking the chaos of our lives to tell stories of success and mountaintop moments. There is an ongoing temptation to carefully curate every detail of our work and business in an effort to control our image.
While this may cast the role of perceptions in a negative light, they’re not all bad. In the work of creativity and storytelling, it is important to be thoughtful and intentional about the messages we are conveying. But the questions remain, are we doing this in a way that remains authentic and can we invite others into the work that we’re doing with honesty and transparency?
On Tuesday, May 16th, Plywood People is hosting our second Black Box Session of the year and the topic is PERCEPTIONS. Black Box Sessions are intimate, unplugged gatherings for 100 friends to honestly share and equally learn. We will hear from a variety of local voices on how perceptions play into the unique work they do.
Due to popular demand, there are two time options for Black Box Sessions.
One is at 6:30 PM and the other is at 8:30 PM.
This ticket is $15.00 and it reserves your spot for this experience.
Our Presenters are:
Ali Nelson, Artist, Designer and Founder of Ali Makes Things
Sara Storck, Brand Strategy Manager at Chick-Fil-A
Brittany Thoms, Founder of See.Spark.Go.
Grab your ticket as soon as possible bcause seating is limited to only 100 people.
Desserts and Beverages will be provided.