I can't begin to express how grateful we are to get to do what we love, but more importantly to do it with a TRIBE of people that we really connect with, that inspires our creativity, and that makes us happy. "Inside The Tribe" is a glimpse into the lives of the sponsors, artisans and entrepreneurs that are a part of and available to meet at TRIBE in Round Top, Texas on March 29, 2016. See detailed info here.
This post is focusing on the amazing partners we've brought together to produce this event! We want to thank them all for taking this journey with us and for everything they've contributed to make TRIBE happen!! We've added links to their sites, so you can learn more about them.
Creator, author, publisher, editor-in-chief...when it comes to Jo Packham, her list of achievements goes on and on. Jo has centered her life around the creative world. She's worked tirelessly to spotlight inspiring creative entrepreneurs and has been a leading innovator in the handmade publishing market for more than 30 years. She's most recently known for her popular magazine series Where Women Create, Where Women Create Business and Where Women Cook. These magazines brilliantly showcase entrepreneurs doing what they do best, creating! You'll gain both unique advice and inspiration in the beautiful pages of her quarterly magazines. Jo is a huge supporter of the creative community and a true inspiration to all women. Come meet Jo at TRIBE!
Zapp Hall Antiques Show started back in 1987, and has since become a Round Top institution. Dealers and buyers come from all over the country to be apart of this infamous show, and if you haven't been yet, it's time to make the trip! Cheryl Lehane is the woman behind this well-oiled machine, which is a family owned and operated business. From antiques to food and fun, Cheryl makes sure there's something for everyone. TRIBE is being held at Zapp Hall, which is sponsoring live music from Black Cat Trio, delicious light bights and beverages. So, come out, enjoy TRIBE,and shop the unique selection of goods!
Whether you're looking to buy or rent unique salvaged pieces, Matt White is your man. He's the mastermind behind architectural salvage, Recycling the Past. His family owned and operated business started in New Jersey, but has since put down roots in Round Top, Texas. From doors, to claw foot tubs and industrial structures, Recycling the Past is chock full of timeless treasures and reclaimed goodies. Lucky for us, the magic doesn't stop there! Matt also runs Round Top Ballroom, a one-of-a-kind events space that is a true paradise for any antiques lover. Some of his unique items will be incorporated into the design/setup of TRIBE, it will be an experience you don't want to miss!
Photo sources:1) Where Women Create, 2) April Pizana, 3) Recycling The Past