New! Join us for these exciting workshops - open to all!
The Science of Color & Light
Saturday, October 5th | 11am - Noon | at The Philadelphia Furniture Show
Hosted by Benjamin Moore
Investigate the interplay of color and light: this course explores the design impact of lighting, color temperature, color rending index and light reflectance value (LRV). We will examine of the characteristics of different light sources and the impact on color.
Eligible for CEU's! IDCEC 1.0 HSW / AIA 1.0 HSW
Price: $30 ($10 for members, enter discount code: Member)
Happily Ever After: Specification and Care Best Practices for Indoor Performance Fabrics
A 1-Hour CEU Course by Crypton
Saturday, October 5th | 12:30 – 1:30pm | at The Philadelphia Furniture Show
Performance textiles for contract design have characteristics that many specifiers require. There are many options to meet varying aesthetic and practical design needs. This course clarifies which ones will work best where, and how to keep them brilliant and resilient long into the future. Swag and lunch included!
1 hour of Continuing Education Credit encompassing the following organizations: (ASID, IIDA, CIDA, IDEC, CIDQ, DSA, IDS)
Furniture Makers and Designers: Creating New Revenue Lines and Collaborations
Saturday, October 5th | 2pm-3pm | Philadelphia Furniture Show
A panel discussion about innovative ways furniture makers and leading designers can collaborate to create new revenue lines and compelling offerings for their clients.
Panelists include: Eileen Tognini, Eileen Tognini Design, a creative designer and artist who curates and advises for many different clients. She has a deep connection to the Philadelphia art and design community. Stacey Clarimundo, a talented, entrepreneurial and collaborative designer based on the North Shore of Boston. She owns and operates the fast-growing Found Design studio and store. Fred Rossi, Principal, StudioRossi, an award-winning woodworker with an eye for refined detail.
Making a Seat at the Table: Women Transform Woodworking
Sunday, October 6th | 1pm - 2pm | Philadelphia Furniture Show
Join this panel discussion for a deeper discussion surrounding The Center for Art in Wood's October 4, 2019 - January 18, 2020 exhibition 'Making a Seat at the Table: Women Transform Woodworking'.
It will be a conversation between Laura Mays, co-author and co-curator of the book and exhibition, Making a Seat at the Table: Women Transform Woodworking, as well as Executive Director of the Krenov School and a furniture maker, woodworker, and educator in her own right, and Jennifer-Navva Milliken, Artistic Director of the Center for Art in Wood.