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The Art of Collaboration

A Parrish Business Members Event

December 9, 12:30 pm - 2 pm

REGISTER

Building upon the conversation at our September Think Tank, this panel discussion explores the path towards collaboration among three professionals representing distinct sectors.  Inspired by a successful partnership prior to the pandemic, a group of unlikely collaborators felt moved to leverage their expertise and energies to serve a niche medical industry together. Eugenia Au Kim, Erik Fredrickson, and Diana Pepi Stott will share from their experience as interior designer, executive coach, and graphic designer as they discuss topics related to thematic marketing, thought leadership, and the power of creative partnerships.

This in-person event is intended for Business Members and has a limited capacity.  All participants must pre-register by December 5.

Members can also choose to attend this event virtually.

For more information, to join or upgrade your membership, please contact Maria Fumai Dietrich at fumaim@parrishart.org or 631-283-2118 x 149.

Social distancing will be practiced and masks are required. Learn more about the Museum’s COVID-19 protocols here.


MEET THE PANELISTS

Eugenia Au Kim

Eugenia Au Kim

Eugenia Au Kim, IIDA, along with partner Eli Horen, manage InteriorsOTH, a unique design business in the Hamptons that relies on their collective backgrounds in engineering, art, interior design, and business entrepreneurship.  Their prestigious space planning and interior design firm serves clients from all over the world, including commercial projects for Bridgehampton National Bank, Lizan Tops Gallery, The Sway Club, as well as restaurant and many commercial offices (up to 10,000 square feet) for attorneys, film editors, fashion industries, and start-up corporations in New York City, New Jersey, and Connecticut.  InteriorsOTH has participated in 12 showhouses to help raise money for Southampton Hospital, Hospice and Holiday House.  Formerly owned and operated a Bridgehampton retail venue for curated home furnishings from such places as Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and Latin Americas and USA. Eugenia studied with RD Chin, Master of Feng Shui and architect.  “Create a personal dialog with your environment.  Talk to it.  And see what it has to say.”

Diana Pepi Stott

Diana Pepi Stott

Diana Pepi Stott is the founder of Pepi Design Group, LLC established in Southampton, NY in 2003. Her area of expertise is in Brand Identity and Development which are supported by a full range of multimedia services including Web Design, Social Media Marketing, Advertising and Signage. In addition to her own company, Diana works very closely with her husband Richard Stott of Stott Architecture in creating Graphics, Way-Finding, Signage and Exhibition Design for municipalities, hospitals and commercial buildings. Diana sits on the Parrish Art Museum’s Business Member Council and is a Docent for the Southampton History Museum’s Annual House and Garden Tours. She also manages the fine art archives for her father, Vincent Pepi and  markets his work through social media and private viewings at his studio. She loves to cook and entertain at her home on the East End of Long Island. Diana is fluent in Italian and visits her her family in Italy regularly.

Erik Fredrickson

Erik Fredrickson

Erik is the president of Erik Fredrickson Coaching, a consulting company that focuses on business feedback/analysis, leadership training, and communication strategies. He works with businesses across the country to hire the right people, build diversely effective teams, and develop feedback systems to enhance human understanding.  His expert opinions have been published across various media including Forbes. Erik enjoys collaborating with his wife Sara, various fitness activities and spending quality time with their three children.

 

 

 


This event is planned and sponsored by the Parrish Business Council, a volunteer committee of East End professionals serving culturally engaged business leaders and organizations by providing programming and networking opportunities for Parrish Business Members. Current Councilpersons:

For more information, to join or upgrade your membership, please contact Maria Fumai Dietrich at fumaim@parrishart.org or 631-283-2118 x 149.

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December 9
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12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
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Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976 United States
Phone:
631-283-2118
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The Art of Collaboration

A Parrish Business Members Event

December 9, 12:30 pm - 2 pm

REGISTER

Building upon the conversation at our September Think Tank, this panel discussion explores the path towards collaboration among three professionals representing distinct sectors.  Inspired by a successful partnership prior to the pandemic, a group of unlikely collaborators felt moved to leverage their expertise and energies to serve a niche medical industry together. Eugenia Au Kim, Erik Fredrickson, and Diana Pepi Stott will share from their experience as interior designer, executive coach, and graphic designer as they discuss topics related to thematic marketing, thought leadership, and the power of creative partnerships.

This in-person event is intended for Business Members and has a limited capacity.  All participants must pre-register by December 5.

Members can also choose to attend this event virtually.

For more information, to join or upgrade your membership, please contact Maria Fumai Dietrich at fumaim@parrishart.org or 631-283-2118 x 149.

Social distancing will be practiced and masks are required. Learn more about the Museum’s COVID-19 protocols here.


MEET THE PANELISTS

Eugenia Au Kim

Eugenia Au Kim

Eugenia Au Kim, IIDA, along with partner Eli Horen, manage InteriorsOTH, a unique design business in the Hamptons that relies on their collective backgrounds in engineering, art, interior design, and business entrepreneurship.  Their prestigious space planning and interior design firm serves clients from all over the world, including commercial projects for Bridgehampton National Bank, Lizan Tops Gallery, The Sway Club, as well as restaurant and many commercial offices (up to 10,000 square feet) for attorneys, film editors, fashion industries, and start-up corporations in New York City, New Jersey, and Connecticut.  InteriorsOTH has participated in 12 showhouses to help raise money for Southampton Hospital, Hospice and Holiday House.  Formerly owned and operated a Bridgehampton retail venue for curated home furnishings from such places as Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and Latin Americas and USA. Eugenia studied with RD Chin, Master of Feng Shui and architect.  “Create a personal dialog with your environment.  Talk to it.  And see what it has to say.”

Diana Pepi Stott

Diana Pepi Stott

Diana Pepi Stott is the founder of Pepi Design Group, LLC established in Southampton, NY in 2003. Her area of expertise is in Brand Identity and Development which are supported by a full range of multimedia services including Web Design, Social Media Marketing, Advertising and Signage. In addition to her own company, Diana works very closely with her husband Richard Stott of Stott Architecture in creating Graphics, Way-Finding, Signage and Exhibition Design for municipalities, hospitals and commercial buildings. Diana sits on the Parrish Art Museum’s Business Member Council and is a Docent for the Southampton History Museum’s Annual House and Garden Tours. She also manages the fine art archives for her father, Vincent Pepi and  markets his work through social media and private viewings at his studio. She loves to cook and entertain at her home on the East End of Long Island. Diana is fluent in Italian and visits her her family in Italy regularly.

Erik Fredrickson

Erik Fredrickson

Erik is the president of Erik Fredrickson Coaching, a consulting company that focuses on business feedback/analysis, leadership training, and communication strategies. He works with businesses across the country to hire the right people, build diversely effective teams, and develop feedback systems to enhance human understanding.  His expert opinions have been published across various media including Forbes. Erik enjoys collaborating with his wife Sara, various fitness activities and spending quality time with their three children.

 

 

 


This event is planned and sponsored by the Parrish Business Council, a volunteer committee of East End professionals serving culturally engaged business leaders and organizations by providing programming and networking opportunities for Parrish Business Members. Current Councilpersons:

For more information, to join or upgrade your membership, please contact Maria Fumai Dietrich at fumaim@parrishart.org or 631-283-2118 x 149.