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Faces of Women in Design - 11:00 - 12:00 in partnership with Boston Magazine RSVP
Join Boston Home
magazine for an enlightening discussion on how four female home industry power
players earned a name for themselves in a traditionally male dominated
industry. Christina Miller, Associate Publisher of Boston Home, will
moderate the discussion featuring Julie Arcari, Landry + Arcari; Alisha
Serras, Scavolini; Jill Neubauer, Jill Neubauer Architects; and Naomi Cottrell,
The New Establishment in partnership with ID Boston - 1:00 - 2:00, in partnership by Nantucket by Design RSVP
Editor-in-chief of ID BOSTON, Chesie Breen, moderates a panel discussion titled The New Establishment, with the brightest talents in New England who are not only paving their own paths in the industry but setting new standards. Highlighted in the Spring edition of ID BOSTON, Liz Caan of Liz Caan & Co., Nina Farmer of Nina Farmer Interiors, Leandra Fremont-Smith, and Cecilia Walker of Cecilia Walker Design, come together to share their stories and strategies for building well-defined and lucrative interior design businesses.
Leading Ladies of Textiles - 3:00 - 4:00, in partnership with Eric Haydel RSVP
Tamara Stephenson and Susan Young of Root Cellar Designs share their insights and influences in bringing products to the market, their inspiration and process of textile design and they will dish on how they have grown small businesses with big female power.
Spring Market Soiree - 4:00 p.m. | 4th Floor, BDC - Join us for sips & bites to close out Spring Market 2019! All welcome.
9:30 am | Agreement CEU
What is an Agreement and why is it essential to your design firm’s success? In this CEU we will dissect what an effective Agreement is and how it works hand in hand with your firms Culture to help your clients know how to behave and what is expected of everyone in the design relationship. The focus of this seminar is to review a working Agreement alongside the Culture aspects to help you use this remarkable tool to the fullest. Please bring your IDCEC number with you! (1 CEU)
In partnership with Century Furniture, Suite 447. Light breakfast to follow. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
2:00 pm | The Chemistry of Color
“The Chemistry of Color” will be presented by Christopher Suffredini, Scott Group Studio’s NE Regional Manager and Lori Yacovone, NE Account Manager.
Light lunch provided. RSVP
Pop Ups Include Arteriors and The Women’s Foundation of Boston, MYRTH Ceramics, and Uniek Living
About The Women’s Foundation of Boston
The Women’s Foundation of Boston, founded in 2017, is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit that creates, funds and collaborates with organizations and programs to empower Boston area girls and women to be financially independent, successful, and valued leaders through leadership, economic literacy and educational programming. Less than 7% of all US foundation giving goes directly to women and girls and of that amount 40% is sent overseas. Our aim is to address the massive under investment in women and girls in the greater Boston area. We know that the economic empowerment of women directly increases their variables of success: access to healthcare, housing, education and economic stability. Our mission is to fill this gap. For more information about the Women’s Foundation of Boston, to connect with us, volunteer or donate, please visit our website. www.wfboston.org
Arteriors is an internationally known company with over 30 years in the industry. Our artisanal finishes are the best resource for decorative arts in hospitality, retail and residential design. We are committed to using eco-friendly finishes and sustainable practices. Connect with us today for exceptional service and custom surface designs. To learn more visit us at www.arteriors.net.
About MYRTH Ceramics
“MYRTH specializes in hand crafted porcelain vessels that blend modern design lines with calm, natural inspired finishes.
Our wares are hand-thrown on the potters wheel by both Abby and Eric. All of our vessels have been meticulously designed on paper, then prototyped on the wheel. We catalog all dimensions of our vessels and then throw to these spec’s each time we reproduce a vessel.
All MYRTH Ceramics are made from one of two stoneware clays- a smooth cream white or a manganese speckled buff.
We create our glazes from scratch,
starting from tried and true base recipes and then tinkering with the color or
surface finish. Due to this customization MYRTH glazes are truly unique to our
Run by Dutch sisters, Uniek strives to “offer original + functional Dutch home + lifestyle products from those who share our passion for creating exceptional design in an honest way.” Learn more about Uniek here.