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Three Things: My First, My Favorite, My Future (season 4, episode 4)
Season 4, Episode 4 of Three Things will welcome 3 WV professionals to share their stories! Guests for this May episode include scluptor P. Joseph Mullins, non-profit guru Tricia Kingery and dressmaker Julie Fine.
Three Things, produced by Jeff Shirley, presents 3 unique professionals discussing their first, favorite and future works, revealing a side not often seen by the public. Learn what inspires and drives some of your favorite area professionals at this live monthly speaker series.
Julie Fine: Dressmaker – Julie grew up in New Martinsville, WV. She attended Marshall University, where she received her B.A in Fine Arts. Her shop, now located on Quarrier St. in downtown Charleston, is called The Dressmaker’s Closet and has been a local favorite for dresses of all kinds and alterations, for over thirteen years.
P. Joseph Mullins: Sculptor – Born and raised in Charleston, Mullins holds Art Degrees from Morris Harvey College (B.A.) and Ohio University (M.F.A.). He has been everything from an Urban Planner in the Governor’s Office to the Executive Director of the Parkersburg Arts Center. In 1999 his vision for the WV Veterans’ Memorial was completed, and his ever-popular Mortar Man, in downtown Charleston, remains a local icon.
Tricia Kingery: Non-Profit Guru – Owner of Kingery & Company, a consulting firm for non-profits, and The Retreat, a meeting space specifically designed for non-profits. Tricia has taken her experience as a communications consultant and facilitator, specializing in marketing, training and planning for non-profit organizations, and turned it into an actual place where these organizations can grow. Kingery’s education comes from Marshall University and WVU.
Venue: The John L. Dickinson Family Homeowner Education & Community Center at 815 Court St.-- Located within Habitat For Humanity ReStore
Tickets: Adults $10, students/children $5 at door