You’re invited to a truly transformative benefit, the ReDesign Showcase!
We’re challenging teams of artists and designers to channel their Perennial spirit and show us what’s possible when you apply a little creativity to the sustainability challenges that surround us. Grab your ticket to this unique reception for a chance to get inspired by what’s been left behind.
Perennial’s mission is to build a creative culture of sustainability where discarded objects are transformed into cherished resources. That mission fuels us to host classes and events to empower our community with creative confidence and skills all year long. But it’s not where the transformation ends. Your support helps us transform not only objects, but lives and communities in the process.
Join us Wednesday, October 25th at Wild Carrot to see what’s possible when designers and artists showcase the potential of items that were discarded in real-life St. Louis alleys.
Your ticket includes:
+ Entry to the event and a chance to talk to the artists about their piece and process
+ One vote for fan favorite
+ Heavy appetizers from Michele C’s Sustainable Catering
+ Beverages including cocktails + spirit-free options
+ Hands-on crafts where you can transform your own materials
+ A chance to bid on one-of-a-kind silent auction items
+ Warm fuzzies that your dollars will support Perennial!
Are you a creative stuck behind a computer? Up for a hands on challenge? Tired of seeing the potential wasted on items like chairs, ladders, and windows tossed away in the alley? Want to give back to an awesome organization (and maybe earn some bragging rights in the process)? Submit your entry here or contact email@example.com for details on participating in the challenge and being a featured team at the event. Past entries have come from architecture firms, interior design studios, graphic designers and more (pro-tip: find someone in your office with woodworking skills).
Thank you to our sponsors and supporters!
With additional support from:
Debra + Jim Carpenter
Is your company interested in sponsoring this unique community event?