A sea of sticky notes line the walls and groups of people rearrange them as they talk. It's just another afternoon at the workshops that make up MoSo Fest.
The four-day conference kicked off Thursday with a workshop with Etsy designers Kim Bost and Jessica Harllee.
"I think it's good for everyone to kind of step away from their desks and talk to people," explained Harllee. "People who are maybe doing something similar to what they are doing or kind of brainstorming together better ways we could be doing this stuff."
For participants MoSo is a place to find inspiration. Natasha Hnidy works with a local communications firm. She says it's great to collaborate. "You get a lot of great feedback from a lot of different vantage points." Hnidy said, "It's really interesting to hear all that knowledge that everyone brings from different backgrounds."
MoSo isn't just a chance to talk. The conference turns into a music festival at night. Delegates and the public can rock out to groups like Timber Timbre, Woodpigeon and Atlas Sound. All the fun runs until Saturday night.