Join MODA at Switch Modern on Tuesday, September 17th for an evening of music, design, and creativity inspired by the museum's current exhibition, Wire & Wood: Designing Iconic Guitars.
We're bringing together some of the most creative people in Atlanta to talk about the music they listen to as they do their work, how music influences their work, and/or how their work evokes music — all while we sip cocktails and share light bites. And when it's over, we'll be sharing our panelists' playlists with you so you can go home and keep grooving to the music.
Our panelists are:
Sheyda Mehrara, Artist
Karen Anderson Singer, founder of Tiny Doors ATL
Bem Joiner, Cofounder and Creative Culture Curator of Atlanta Influences Everything
Kristin Kong, Interior Designer
Gene Kansas, Cultural Developer
This discussion will be moderated by Floyd Hall, a cultural strategist and host of the podcast “Bottom of the Map”, which features conversations about Southern Hip-Hop and its cultural implications.
Doors open at 6:00pm, and we'll kick off the discussion at 6:30. After the discussion, mingle with other MODA fans and supporters and check out Switch Modern's collection of beautifully defined furniture.
As parking is limited at Switch Modern, we encourage you to use rideshares like Uber or Lyft. This event is hosted by MODA Board Members Kara Moody and Ebru Ercan in collaboration with Switch Modern.
Tickets are free with a donation of $50 or more to MODA.