Come to the Library on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. to hear Lisa Landry, co-owner of No. Six Depot, talk about the intersection of art and business and how it all relates to a “beautiful cup of coffee.” Learn more about the bean we love and this very special place nestled in the heart of West Stockbridge.
Lisa’s talk will include specifics on coffee: where it comes from, how it’s grown, how it’s processed, and how to brew it. Two types of coffee samples will be offered for tasting. Lisa also will give us a look at the inner workings of No. Six Depot: how they select and roast the coffee, their business model and branding, and all that goes into combining a roastery, cafe, art gallery, and event space.
Lisa Landry is co-owner of No. Six Depot with her husband, Flavio Lichtenthal. Lisa is responsible for branding, marketing, business development, as well as art gallery and live event curation and coordination. Prior to starting No. Six Depot in 2013, she was brand strategist and creative director at various NYC creative and digital agencies agencies for over twenty years. Prior to NYC, she lived and worked in Rome, Italy and worked in journalism for RAI (Radiotelevisione Italiana), Italy’s “BBC,” doing translations, copy editing and working on documentaries in India and Africa. She graduated from Babson College in Wellesley, MA.
For more on No. Six Depot visit: http://sixdepot.com/.