Celebrating 10-plus years of sample-obsessed production and relentless touring, Gregg Gillis returns with All Day, his fifth album as Girl Talk, and his most epic, densely layered, and meticulously composed musical statement to date. Continuing the saga from the previously acclaimed albums, Night Ripper and Feed The Animals, Gillis lays down a more diverse range of samples to unfold a larger dynamic between slower transitions and extreme cut-ups. With the grand intent of creating the most insane and complex "pop collage" album ever heard, large catalogs of both blatantly appropriated melodies and blasts of unrecognizable fragments were assembled for the ultimate Girl Talk record (clocking in at 71 minutes and 372 samples).
Originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, Jean-Philip Grobler grew up performing with the Drakensberg Boys Choir School, learning everything from Bach to minimalist opera. St. Lucia was born in early 2010 when Grobler was looking to the past for inspiration, delving into the music that had first inspired him: Fleetwood Mac, Peter Gabriel, Madonna and other songs from his youth.
Brooklyn-based MICK is one of the most in-demand DJ talents, performing regularly at global events in Cannes, London, Davos, Miami, Berlin, Mumbai, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Dubai, and of course, NYC, where he regularly graces the turntables at Up and Down, 1OAK, No. 8, and more.
Neza is a 10 + year DJ at the height of his career with over 1000 events under his belt. He touched his first turntables at the age of I6 in Brooklyn, and has traveled the world pleasing crowds from NY to Switzerland ever since. His open format style covers genres from Hip-Hop to EDM and everything in-between. With every performance, Neza creates powerful and memorable events in people’s lives that keep them wanting more.
He returns to WeWork Summer Camp for the third year in a row.
More to Come!
Kathryn Minshew is the CEO & Founder of TheMuse.com, a career platform and job discovery tool helping 15+ million people find inspiring careers at thoughtful companies. Kathryn has spoken at MIT and Harvard, appeared on The TODAY Show and CNN, and contributes on career and entrepreneurship to the WSJ and Harvard Business Review. She was previously named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 for two years in a row. Say hi on Twitter @KMin
When Lew Frankfort joined Coach, Inc. in 1979 as Vice President of New Business Development, the company's sales were just $6 million. Over the subsequent 34 years, Mr. Frankfort, now Executive Chairman, literally transformed Coach from a cottage-industry manufacturer of leather goods into the premier American accessories brand with an increasing global presence.
Jessica Mah is Founder/CEO of inDinero.com, and she's grown the company from nothing to 60 employees and multi-million dollar revenues. She designed inDinero for the typical small business owner with the hope that she could help entrepreneurs will all their accounting and back-office challenges. The company went through Y Combinator and has yet to raise VC money.
Jessica has been featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30, Inc Magazine 30 Under 30, and Fast Company's Most Creative People lists. She originally studied computer science at U.C. Berkeley and is a member of YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization).
Jessica Lawrence is the Executive Director of NY Tech Meetup (NYTM), the largest Meetup in the world and a non-profit organization helping to build a sustainable and diverse technology industry in New York. In 2013, she co-founded The Work Revolution Summit, a conference on the future of work. Prior to her work with NYTM, Jessica was the CEO of Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council in Southern California, where she supported a community of 75 staff, 5,000 volunteers, and 15,000 girls. Jessica was one of only 15 women selected to participate in Seth Godin’s Female Entrepreneur MBA (FeMBA) in 2010. She has received numerous awards including the Girl Scouts of the USA Frances Hesselbein Award for Excellence in Management in 2007, was selected as one of The Daily Muse’s 12 Women to Watch in 2012, and as one of the Crain’s New York Business People to Watch in Silicon Alley 2013. Jessica’s writing has been featured on the Harvard Business Review blog, Forbes.com, The Next Web, The Huffington Post and in a weekly column in The Press-Enterprise.
Steve Fisher is a man that boldly goes where no man has gone before - in a kayak, that is. Sometimes a man and a mode of transport are simply made for each other, and such is the case with Steve Fisher and the kayak. Since he started paddling at the age of 6 on the Bushmans River near his rural hometown of Estcourt, South Africa, he’s hit the rapids in nearly 50 countries, conquering twice that many first descents. No wonder top pro kayakers have three times voted Steve the world’s best all-rounder.
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Michael Parrish DuDell is an entrepreneur, international keynote speaker, and the bestselling author of Shark Tank Jump Start Your Business–the official book from ABC’s hit show Shark Tank. Recently ranked as one of the top three bestselling business authors by Amazon.com, Michael’s work has been featured in publications like Forbes, Business Insider, CNN, Yahoo, San Francisco Chronicle, PandoDaily, and many more. Michael hosts The Next Crop—a web series showcasing the next generation of business and media influencers. Find out more at MichaelParrishDuDell.com or on Twitter @notoriousMPD.
We've got something for everyone! Live bands, DJ dance parties, midnight movies on the beach, sunset yoga classes and so much more. You'll never be without entertainment at WeWork Summer Camp!
Challenge yourself on the ropes course, zipline through the trees, channel your inner Katniss at archery, or make a craft to bring home, the possibilities are endless.
Volleyball, Tennis, Soccer, Softball, Basketball, Beer pong, you name it, we've got it!
Red, white, bubbly? Meet new people while learning about wines from around the world.
Bootcamp, yoga, pilates - take your pick. Do you dare take the Johnson challenge?
General Assembly hosted workshops revolving around creativity in a business world.
At camp there is more than one way to meet new friends! Each day will provide with new events and activities.
Arts & Crafts
Brought to you by Reddit - don't miss the Arts and Crafts Hackathon which is sure to bring out your inner child!
When you're not jumping on one of the two floating trampolines you can soak up the sun while water-skiing, battle tubing, sailing, kayaking, balancing on a stand up paddle board or simply lounging on the beach.
WeWork is the community for creators. We transform buildings into beautiful, collaborative workspaces and provide infrastructure, services, events and technology so our members can focus on doing what they love. We currently have 19 locations in six cities with over 10,000 members.
We’re headed back to summer camp!
WeWork members and their guests will escape the city, and take over Raquette Lake Camps for a weekend full of education, inspiration and fun!
What does a typical day at camp look like? After walking to the dining hall for coffee and breakfast, the possibilities are endless. You could take a yoga class, attend a workshop, zipline through the trees and canoe all before lunch.
When you get on the bus, a schedule of events will be handed to you. At camp, you're free to attend or participate in anything you want! You create your day of activities based on your preferences!
What you need to know
Where will I be sleeping?
Campers will have the option to stay in a bunk or tent provided by WeWork, or go DIY style and bring their own tents.
How is the camp set up?
Raquette Lake Camp is split up into two sites: Girls Camp and Boys Camp. These sites are gender-neutral and we don’t separate the boys from the girls.
The camps are super close and we have designated ferries making non-stop trips back and forth between the two sites until 2am so you’ll never miss any of the action.
What’s the difference between Girls Camp and Boys Camp?
In terms of activities/amenities, both sides of the camp are the same. Breakfast and lunch are served on both sites, but dinner is served at Boys Camp only. We like to eat dinner as a group!
The main concert stage is located on the Boys Camp side, which means the concerts and late night fun will be happening on this side. Boys Camp tends to be livelier and louder, so if you’re looking for nights that are a bit earlier and quieter, we recommend choosing accommodations at the Girls Camp.
Healthy and delicious, we have options that will fit all dietary preferences.
Homemade roasted red pepper hummus and pita chips, salad bar, pasta salad, sandwich board with roast beef, oven roasted turkey, genoa salami, corned beef, falafel and tahini, provolone cheese, american cheese, assorted wraps and pita, rye, white and multi-grain breads, potato chips, pickles, condiments and fresh fruit.
Grilled Steak, bbq chicken, grilled salmon, grilled vegetables, farfalle and penne pasta with marinara, alfredo and garlic or olive oil and broccoli, cesear Salad, eggplant Salad, marinated mushroom salad, tomato and onion salad, mixed green salad, kosher grill station.
What to Pack
We’ve thought of everything you’ll need for an amazing time at Summer Camp in this PDF.
Transportation is provided with your ticket and the departure hubs are located in New York City and Boston.
New York City: Buses will be departing from The American Museum of Natural History on Friday, August 22nd at 7:00am. They will depart from camp beginning at noon on Sunday, August 24th and arrive in the city around 6pm.
Boston: Buses will be departing from 745 Atlantic Ave at 7:00am.
More details on backpack and wristband pickup will be emailed directly to attendees.
Individual transportation will be granted on a case by case basis. Parking is limited. If you wish to drive yourself, please contact us at email@example.com
For any additional questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A single bunk in a male-only or female-only cabins.
The bunk accommodations range from 8 person cabins to 20 person cabins and have showers and bathrooms located inside the bunk house.
If shared cabins and bunk beds aren't your thing, we’ve got you covered! There are two tenting options: 4 person cot packages and Queen packages for couples. Prices are varied.
Queen packages include a 10' x 14' white safari tent, queen bed, linens, 2 pillows, blanket (we suggest still bringing a sleeping bag or another heavy blanket), bamboo table and chairs.
4 cot packages include a 10' x 14' white safari tent and 4 cots.
Please note that the tents on the boys camp are located on the main field with the stage. They are centrally located with plenty of security but this means that late a night, this area could be noisy. If you’re looking for a quieter tent experience girls camp might be your best option. That does mean that you’ll have to take the ferry at the end of the night.
Staffed, air conditioned bathroom and shower trailers will be located next to the tents.
We invite a small number of people to bring their own tents to set up on the Boys Camp. (You will be responsible for pitching and breaking down your own tents.)
Showers and bathrooms will be available in the shower house located adjacent to the site.