The Creative Treehouse is having an open house.Ã‚Â The Creative Treehouse is located in Bellevue and is a shared workspace for all sorts of creative types.
Jesse Hambley is the brains behind this project.Ã‚Â I first met Jesse last year at PodCamp and I now sit next to him every day as he just joined the marketing team at Spreadshirt.Ã‚Â I like that he likes to snack on animal crackers.Ã‚Â Jesse is a great guy and is committed to creating a shared space for creative people to gather in Pittsburgh.Ã‚Â They have put together quite a lineup of creative fun for the open house.
A wide variety of art will be produced throughout the evening.Ã‚Â Professional photographers John Bodnar, Jeff Zoet and Laura Petrilla will be shooting portraits and providing their subjects with e-mailed copies.Ã‚Â Paintings and drawings will be created by Rich Rogowski and Jeremy Shank with art supplies donated by Pat CatanÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s.Ã‚Â Popular local podcast Geek Riot will be broadcasting live.Ã‚Â Music will be provided by Buddy Nutt, Some Other Band, and DJ analog a-go-go.Ã‚Â Information on various Pittsburgh groups with ties to members will also be offered, including Refresh Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Macromedia Flash Users Group, as well as web service provider Pagewaiter and web series Ã¢â‚¬Å“Something To Be DesiredÃ¢â‚¬Â?.Ã‚Â A gallery will feature samples of Creative TreeHouse membersÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ work including portfolios, photography, and other art work.
Creative Treehouse Open House
Saturday June 30, 6pm
517 Lincoln Blvd, 2nd Floor, Bellevue.
Earlier this year The Creative Tree House hosted an event called Doughnuts and Art (Read Rachel’s rave review here)