Media + Online Coverage:
“Love Stinks! 21 Bar Specials and events for D.C. Singles around Valentines Day”
Washington Post Going Out Guide
February 12, 2018
Organizations Woven Psyche Has Worked With:
CASS is an amazing DC area non-profit that combats street harassment and assault. CASS is behind the prolific “You Deserve to be Respected” campaign you have likely seen while traveling in the Metro. It also provides anti-harassment training at bars and restaurants, increases public awareness, and advocates for policy changes.
Common Room Studio is an airy, light filled venue in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria that is available for photo shoots, private events and classes and workshops. It is woman-owned and super cute.
Colony Club is a Petworth neighborhood coffee house slash curated bar with a clean, contemporary vibe. It’s great for events and is host to a number of cool workshops and programs.
Distill Creative was started in D.C. by two sisters who liked sipping cocktails and making crafts together at home. They now bring craft workshops and other creative experiences to the masses in three cities.
Kim Pendleton is a women’s studies professor, women’s empowerment coach, vision boarding guru, entrepreneur extraordinaire, and dear friend. I would never have started Woven Psyche without Kim’s encouragement and business savvy, and she is my favorite person to co-host activities and events with.
The Lemon Collective is a small, woman-run art and workshop space in the Petworth neighborhood of D.C.
Little Salon is one of the coolest events you can possibly attend in D.C. It brings old school salon performances by different artists to a different home in a different D.C. neighborhood every month. If you’re hoping to catch burlesque belly dancing, a reading by a local science writer, stand-up comedy, amazing visual art, free samples from local breweries, and Bulgarian choir singing all in one evening, Little Salon is the place for you.
Shop Made in DC is a retail+cafe operation featuring a diverse selection of DC artisans and chefs. While the shop features lots of DC themed swag, it’s also a go-to destination for handcrafted jewelry, pottery, accessories, candles, cocktail supplies, greeting cards and kid stuff. Shop made in DC also hosts a variety of workshops and events designed to foster a sense of local community.
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