This is an IDF Local Group meet-up
- You do not have to be a member of the IDF to attend
What are Local Groups?
IDF Local Groups will expand your local career network - whether you are interested in learning new skills, looking for new job opportunities, new clients for your company, or a great new dedicated employee.
An IDF Local Group is a group of people who are just as passionate about design as you are. Each Local Group holds physical meetings and the agenda is to get inspired, discuss, have fun, learn and improve your career. Meetings take place in a relaxed and fun atmosphere at a local cafe, an office building, or an auditorium depending on the agenda for the meeting. For each Local Group there is also an online Local Group so you can stay in touch and help update each other on local events.
Hey everyone. I'd like to invite the LGBTQIA+ community and our amazing allies to join me in commemorating 50 beautiful years of gay liberation since the stonewall riots. This invite is for folks in and out of the IDF community so please share!!
What is this Meetup?
This is an impromptu, informal gathering for pride where we will not talk UX but instead walk among and discuss the beautiful art works found in the Leslie-Lohman museum's collection, called "Art After Stonewall." You may RSVP here on our local page and share our EventBrite link with your friends! (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/idfnyc-art-after-ston...)
Where do I go?
For this meet up, we will meet at Albert Capsouto Park near the Canal street station and then walk to the Leslie-Lohman museum together for the exhibit (look for the Interaction Design Foundation signs!).
Entry is $10 suggested admission.