For the first time in Seattle Design Center’s history, Design Week is moving from a one-day in-person experience to a full week of virtual programming.
The virtual celebration of design will bring together designers from across the PNW, showcasing their works through 28 virtual sessions and events focusing on business, health and wellness, the art of flower arranging, photography, and designs.
The Design Week will run from October 26 to 29, and will unveil new fall designer lines, product trends and announcements, as well as expanded sessions from local and national experts.
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Several presentations that you won’t want to miss include; a keynote presentation by Stacey Brown Randall, entrepreneur, and nationally renowned author of Referrals Without Asking; live broadcast of Dixie Stark and Annie Lundquist’s Design Salvation podcast; webinars from Keri Petersen, owner of KP Spaces and Nisha Kelen, owner of FLEURISH a floral design workshop; and a health and wellness workshop by Joshua Hunter; as well as a dynamic panel of local trade experts and designers who will share a few of their secret design weapons.
“This is an exciting time for the design community, and we are grateful we have the resources to virtually bring everyone together to celebrate all that is happening in the industry,” says Gina Colucci, Marketing Director for the Seattle Design Center, in a press release.
“This year’s Design Week, even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, offers something for everyone. We are thrilled to provide a welcoming environment for designers and the design curious with a wide-range of diverse and accessible programming options.”
Those hoping to register for the event can do so online.
When: October 26 to 29
Time: Various times
Admission: registration required