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Philadelphia, PA, 19146

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Events

Happy Hour: September Community Social
Sep
24
4:00 PM16:00

Happy Hour: September Community Social

Join us for this month’s creative social featuring the new Philly M.A.D.E. (Makers, Artists, Designers, and Creative Explorers) group on MeetUp. Enjoy a free happy hour and catch up on the latest work being done by our members and friends!

Come for the free snacks, beverages and good company -- stay to learn more about what the Philadelphia Design Center (PDC) has to offer and join us as we build our new community group, Philly M.A.D.E.! Feel free to bring your business cards, works-in-progress you’d like feedback on, and ideas for future MeetUp events!

We’ll also be raffling off 1 FREE month-long membership to our design-focused coworking space to all who attend!

RSVP on our MeetUp to earn an extra raffle entry! (Plus, you'll want to RSVP so you can make sure we have plenty of snacks and drinks for you to enjoy!)

This event is free and open to the public, so come by and bring a friend!

 

PLEASE NOTE:

  • There is FREE off-street parking located behind the main building and accessible through a driveway located off of 33rd Street.

  • While our space is on the first floor, this event is NOT currently wheelchair accessible as there is a flight of steps from outside to enter the building.

  • This space has a private single-use bathroom.

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Keeping Healthy in Times of Stress
Oct
1
6:00 PM18:00

Keeping Healthy in Times of Stress

Do you struggle with how, what and when to eat during times of high stress? Is the idea of meal prep scary when you have to decide between meal planning and sleep? Do you feel unwelcome in the fitness community due to stigmas and your busy schedule?

This workshop will be dedicated to ensuring and understanding of self-care routines and needs specific to the design community in creative arts.

We will explore simple ways to better understand wellness as a whole, stretches and exercises dedicated to designers and ways to incorporate a healthy approach towards your work. We understand that often, at the cost of our own wellness, we put creativity first. Let's be creative with finding ways to ensure we can give back to our most important instrument: our bodies.

 
Theatrical Trainer founder Peter Andrew Danzig

Facilitator Bio

Peter Andrew Danzig is a Health Professional, Professor, and creative performance Artist currently pursuing a M.S.S. degree (MSW equivalent) and working towards being one of the first Psychologists devoted to research and advocacy for mental health and wellness for creative individuals. He believes in the ability of holistic practice and evidence-based methods of approach towards helping clients and patients in the creative arts live enriched lives.

In 2014, Peter founded Theatrical Trainer and works, presently as the sole Personal Trainer and Lifestyle and Wellness Integration Specialist on staff. Certified through the American Council on Exercise, with a specialization in body positivity, Peter works with countless clients to build specific plans and integrating health counseling as well as specialized personal training, at approachable and sliding scale rates, to ensure specialized service is available to everyone. It’s his passion that all populations-regardless of background, social or economic- find wellness and strength.

His ideas on body positivity and body dysmorphia awareness in the creative arts industry are highlighted through a social advocacy project himself and colleagues at Theatrical Trainer created called The Body Aesthetic Project. This project investigates the real-life struggles of creative industry professionals and their journey with mental health, social stigmas and body positivity within their field. The aim of the project is to further promote research on this specific population and to advocate for the lack of integrated healthcare available to them.

“Can there be a clinical approach in social work and psychology that allows for holistic approaches to wellness to meld with creative arts practice in which we not only emphasize the artistic practitioners use as a tool to help others- but in finding ways for them to help themselves? Can we further explore the creative mind through science and method-based practice to investigate why creative types are susceptible to anxiety, depression, isolation, addiction and other mental health conditions? Is it the chicken or the egg- or better yet, the artistic mind or the diagnosis?”

Peter also hopes to further investigate psychology and social work for the creative minds specifically within the LGBTQ communities as part of his academic experience.

You can also still see Peter performing and choreographing when time allows! Follow his social media links for more information on his creative projects and collaborations.

 
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Social Media Information

Instagram: @theatricaltrainer, @danzigpeter

Website: Theatrical Trainer

Facebook: facebook.com/theatricaltrainer

PLEASE NOTE

  • There is free off-street parking located behind the main building and accessible through a driveway located off of 33rd Street.

  • While our space is on the first floor, this event is not currently wheelchair accessible as there is a flight of steps from outside to enter the building.

  • This space has a private single-use bathroom.

 

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Happy Hour: End of Summer Social!
Aug
30
4:00 PM16:00

Happy Hour: End of Summer Social!

Come visit The Philadelphia Design Center for the End of Summer Social and enjoy a free happy hour and meet + greet with our members and community friends.

 

The end of summer is near! Join us as we say farewell to the humidity at our social happy hour, where we will be celebrating our members and getting ready for the fall. Come for the free snacks, beverages and good company -- stay to learn more about what the Center has to offer and all the exciting projects we have in the works! 

RSVP to be entered in a raffle to win a FREE month-long membership to our design-focused coworking space! (Plus, you'll want to RSVP so you can make sure we have plenty of food and brew for you to enjoy!)

This event is free and open to the public, so come by and bring a friend!

 

PLEASE NOTE:

  • There is free off-street parking located behind the main building and accessible through a driveway located off of 33rd Street.

  • While our space is on the first floor, this event is not currently wheelchair accessible as there is a flight of steps from outside to enter the building.

  • This space has a private single-use bathroom.

 

View Event →