Design*Sponge Book Tour: Philadelphia!

by Grace Bonney


I have been feeling anxious and excited for our Philadelphia book tour event for In the Company of Women because it feels so amazing to be organizing an event celebrating strong talented women during an election with the first female candidate on a major party ticket ever. Regardless of your politics, this is a huge moment and this panel talk, right after the election, is certainly going to be an especially meaningful discussion.

I’m thrilled to be joining these amazing women for a panel discussion on Thursday, November 10th at Moore College of Art and Design along with the AIGA. Come join me to talk about life, work and how to work on achieving your career goals with: artist and designer Veronica Corzo-Duchardt, chef and author Klancy Miller, florist and event designer Sullivan Owen and artist and designer Kimberly Glyder

GET YOUR TICKETS HERE! Thanks so much to AIGA and Moore College of Art and Design for having us!


Each ticket includes a copy of In the Company of Women, the panel discussion, a book signing afterwards and a limited-edition illustration tote, while supplies last. See you in Philly! xo, grace

*Click here to pre-order the book (worldwide!) and check out the other dates on our book tour!

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