A summer series on design brings in local experts to share their influences and creative process. Visitors will hear about the designers’ aesthetics and glean tips from these experts.
Heidi Hess, jewelry designer and owner of Poppy in Georgetown, D.C., will speak about her design process and how storytelling, legacy, and personal myth inform her creative approach to jewelry making.
Event begins at 6:15PM
Presented by: Smithsonian American Art Museum
Featured Artist(s): Heidi Hess
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