Chief Creative Contrarian
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Philippa created the Pink Line Project to inspire creative thinking in everyone, to build community and connectivity, and to open portals to art and culture for the culturally curious. She publishes a weekly subscriber-based email that highlights the best of DC’s creative scene and promotes local arts through that and through her broad social media reach.

Philippa freelance writes about arts and culture in DC and speaks about the power of art and personal choice to transform your life. She established a reputation for creating inventive and collaborative environments in which people who would not normally have the opportunity to interact with each other gather to experience art and culture in alternative and stimulating ways. She has been a leader in the creative and temporary use of vacant, urban space throughout the city.

Past and Upcoming Gigs

August 14, 2014

Moving Away From "Ugly" Self-Doubt

You’re Not Pretty Enough Project Speaker Series

You're Not Pretty Enough & Story League
June 27, 2014

Get Curious and Get Uncomfortable: Figure Out Your Personal Values and Living By Them

Creative Mornings
September 11, 2012

Look Who’s Talking: Social Media, Theatre, and the Arts in Washington DC


theatreWashington & Social Media Club of DC
June 18, 2012

Bridging the art-business divide: Artists and business people hold the keys to each others’ success—and survival

June 14, 2012

Using Social Media to Link Artists With Resources

VLA Summer Benefit 2012

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts