Thursday, November 5, 2020
About the Event
With the pandemic and the protests for social justice, everyone, whether by choice or force, have become quite familiar with evolution.
At ArcStone, we live out our core values: service, craftsmanship, evolution, harmony, and happiness. There are more than just words to us, and we imbue them into everything we do — including our community service, the work we do, and our hosted events.
For this virtual Happy(our), our inspiring panel will discuss the topic of evolution and how it relates to today's climate with an emphasis on justice, empathy, and determination.
Join us and enjoy this opportunity to come together and have a conversation!
- 4:15 PM — Music from the OK Factor
- 4:30 PM — Panel
Founder & CEO of Matriarch Digital MediaBio
Founder and Creator of AI Software We SparkleBio
Director of Operations for Grand Cafe and EastsideBio
Nikki's artistic spirit, blended with intense attention to detail are what drives the guest experience at the Grand Cafe.
Together, Nikki and Jamie believe that experiences at the Grand need to be about celebrating real, marvelous life. Our goal is to make your time here nothing short of magical.
Indigenous Roots Cultural Center is a collective of artists and organizations dedicated to building, supporting, and cultivating opportunities for Indigenous peoples and communities of color through cultural arts and activism. This community based multidisciplinary, multigenerational, multicultural center for Native-Indigenous/POC communities in Saint Paul, uniquely presents the many faces and creative expressions blossoming in the cultural scene of Dayton’s Bluff on the East Side.
The OK Factor
Playful and unexpected, new-classical crossover duo The OK Factor writes and performs folk-inspired music influenced by multiple genres and styles, with an artistry that reveals their classical training. Cellist Olivia Diercks and violinist Karla Colahan find great joy in defying expectations and delivering an experience outside of what audiences anticipate from a cello and violin combo. Their passion for performing and educational outreach has continued to bring them success in communities across the Midwest and abroad, inviting audiences to explore music and cultivate a curiosity about its role in their lives.