Deeply embedded into the mission of INTERFORM is the professional development of our talented network of creatives. We want our designers, artists, models, hairstylists, makeup artists, sewists, event producers, and others to have resume-building, transferrable skills that launch compelling careers. These are not just flashy hobbies - to build an industry we will need industry professionals, and we intend to "grow our own" and lift the industry up as we do.

From the flashiest runway shows, the most sleek and inspiring editorials, to catalog shoots and social media promotions – our industry demands talented hair and makeup professionals, and we provide networking opportunities, workshops, tutorials, and guidance on how to fit your skill set in hair and makeup into a glamorous and aspirational work of art.  INTERFORM supports the creative community by offering platforms for hair and makeup teams through editorials, art events and runway programming.

The work of a fashion model. INTERFORM provides guidance and training for local aspiring models looking to gain experience with runway, print and/or promotional modeling. This helps build confidence and portfolio building for new models in a supportive and safe space. We host  multiple large scale model bootcamps each year to educate new and veteran models on best practices, up-to-date professional knowledge, and tips for protecting one’s image and career in this competitive industry. 

Whether it’s learning sewing techniques or teaching upcoming designers how to market and retain their business, INTERFORM serves as a resource for local creatives to both learn a new skill set and improve current skills.

The action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising is vital to all of our industry professionals. At INTERFORM we want to cultivate an understanding of marketing from brand development, social media engagement, email marketing and more so that the creatives we work with feel compelled to propel their

‘Conversations for Change’ is a series of gatherings, as either a film screening or group discussion on topics of inclusiveness, anti-racist practice, and white privilege.

We aim to create a thoughtful workspace for women of color and white women to join together to discuss how we can work as a community to fight oppressive social norms and better understand each other. Most especially, we want to create an entry point for white women who want to participate as anti-racist allies but may not have the right tool-kit or know how to enter the conversation.

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