The Washington Informer Bridge successfully launched its first “Creative Salon” series on Feb. 9.
Before entering and filling the flora- and fauna-covered doors and walls, many guests were excited to find out exactly what the creative salon was about. After entering the lowkey “Alice in Wonderland” inspired Alice on U Street NW, guests did not know their next steps. However, after stepping into the salon space, attendees were invited to enjoy a discourse about building and supporting creativity in the DMV area.
The February panel featured independent publishers Mahadi Lawal of Big Facts Magazine, Aton Crawley of All Items Considered, Zahreh Barry of Bearings Magazine and Lyric Amodia of The Movement Street, a youth advocacy organization based at Howard University.
The panel was hosted by Washington Informer Managing Editor Micha P. Green.