Overshare: PDX

Overshare is an event series and podcast where successful creatives have a down and dirty conversation about the challenges of being a creative. From getting paid to getting rejected to creative insecurity, there's lots to talk about.

For this edition, we’ve teamed up with our friends at Scout Books to bring Overshare: PDX hosted at XOXO fest’s new space, The Outpost. We'll talk career milestones and turning points, paying the bills & business logistics, self-doubt, and staying inspired.

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

KATE BINGAMAN-BURT is an illustrator, educator, and collector.

Her work orbits around the objects in our lives: the things we buy, the things we discard, and the collectivity and social interaction that can arise from cycles of consumption. Via illustrations, daily documentation, publications, events, large-scale participatory projects, client work, and a full-time role as educator, Kate’s work invites a dialogue about contemporary forms of exchange. Her design clients include Chipotle, Hallmark, IDEO, VH1, Girl Scouts of America, Madewell and the Gap as well as locally loved institutions like the Museum of Contemporary Craft, Reading Frenzy and Know Your City. She is on the Board of Directors for Design Week Portland and the Independent Publishing Resource Center.

ADAM R. GARCIA is a creative director, designer and illustrator at Portland, OR-based studio, The Pressure.

After attending the Minneapolis College of Art & Design he worked in the record industry, at branding agencies, at Nike Sportswear designing footwear and most recently in Nike Global Brand Design. A native of Minneapolis, his work spans aesthetic in the fields of design, identities, direction, illustration, event coordination, gallery exhibits and packaging design. The studio's conceptual and process-driven approach creates solutions with a focus on collaboration, community and creative exploration. He is adjunct faculty at Portland State University where he teaches design.

RICH TU is an award-winning artist and currently a designer at Nike in Portland, OR.

He is a graduate of New York’s School of Visual Arts’ prestigious Illustration as Visual Essay program and received the elusive “Young Guns” award from the Art Directors Club. He has exhibited at galleries and festivals in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, as well as the SCOPE Miami festival, during Miami’s Art Basel week. Commercially, his clients include The New York Times, The New Yorker, Business Week, Alfa Romeo, Bombay Sapphire, G-Shock, Converse, NPR, NorthFace Purple Label, Coca-Cola, Verizon, American Express, Skype, Fuse TV, and Bravo TV, among others."

JUSTIN GIGNAC is the co-founder of Working Not Working.

Prior to starting Working Not Working, Justin was an award-winning Art Director and Creative Director at ad agencies around the country. Perhaps he's best known for helping create
the original ElfYourself.com and unexpectedly unleashing the world’s elf fetish, with over 800 million elves created. He also has gained notoriety for his various art projects, including NYC Garbage, Wants for Sale and Needs for Sale.

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  • Tuesday, April 19

    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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Working Not Working

Working Not Working is an curated, commission-free network that connects the world’s best creative talent w/ companies looking to hire them.

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