Revolve CC promotes creativity in the Midwest
The inaugural Revolve creative collaboration conference was held at the Masonic Center in Marquette Saturday.
The event was aimed at any and all creative minds, including musicians, artists, writers and business people.
Participants stayed busy with a full day of events, sessions, workshops and more.
There were also a number of lectures and panels, each focusing on a different area of the world of creativity.
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Several area vendors in collaboration with the Marquette Makers Project were also on hand selling items and sharing their experiences with people.
Gretchen Mckenzie-Trost, Director of Outreach for Revolve CC says she’s happy with the turnout and says the event will continue to grow each year.
“We're definitely doing it again next year. So keep your eyes open and your ear to the ground. We're going to be looking for more vendors, more speakers. There's so many great artists around town that just continue to go to community events and this will happen again next year," Mckenzie-Trost announced.