37 posts tagged events
Maybe y’all’ve met Jeffrey Brown around The Regulars. He helped produce No No: A Dockumentary, which looks great. The Austin Film Society is presenting a screening on September 3 — details and tickets here.
Love your library.
"I Tell You What…" The Making of KING OF THE HILL, a Wittliff Collection exhibit at Alkek Library at Texas State University in San Marcos, open now through 6 April.
photo by Sonja Burton
While I’m in town, I thought it’d be fun to talk about some of the projects that I’m planning for 2014. So, I’m hosting a happy hour talk on Friday, December 13th from 5-7pm, appropriately titled “What I’m Working on Next”.
I’ll also share some stories and lessons from the past few years, so if you or someone you love is interested in startups + VC, the design of social systems, design education, or independent film/music, etc., I hope you’ll drop by and join us. It’s going to be a lot of fun.
We’re almost half full already, and from the RSVPs it looks like there will be a lot of great people in the room.
Austin event details are available here.
Happy 4th, everybody!
This Thursday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at In.gredients (2610 Manor Road), the Austin chapter of the Awesome Foundation will hold office hours and celebrate International Awesome Day. Please help spread the word and join us. Also think up something awesome and apply here for a $1,000, no-strings grant. Thanks.
This week’s Regulars Cash Mob will take place at Uncommon Objects at 1512 S Congress. Drop by and support ‘em anytime. We will try to focus activity around:
- Saturday at 11 a.m.
- Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. (They close at 7 on Tuesdays.)
This Friday Brett Hurt (Vice Chairman & Co-founder, Bazaarvoice; Chairman, Compare Metrics; Venture Partner, Austin Ventures; Founder, Coremetrics) will join us at 8 a.m. for maybe an hour or so of cool Q&A.
Please spread the word and come on down to mix it up with us. Let’s hang out and help each other.
I highly recommend you follow Brett’s blog. Start catching up by reading:
I hope and trust all is well with you and yours. If it’s not, tell someone.
Best as always.