• Atlanta Design Festival
    @atlantadesignfestival
    Atlanta Design Festival is the new name for Design is Human Atlanta, organised by MA! Design is Human. Following the year-on-year success over the past decade, Atlanta Design Festival 2017 will continue to play host to Atlanta’s yearly Design Economy Expo and renowned MA! Architecture Tours, which have been an integral part of the festival since its inception in 2007. There will also be numerous showroom presentations, talks and installations. Activities will run over 9 days with unique events spanning the whole of the city, alongside satellite architecture tours taking place in Asheville, North Carolina (June 3, 2017) and Athens, GA (June 4, 2017).
  • London Design Festival
    @londondesignfestival
    First staged in 2003, the London Design Festival is one of the world's most important annual design events. The Festival program is made up of over 300 events and exhibitions staged by hundreds of partner organizations across the design spectrum and from around the world.
  • Downtown Film Festival L.A. - Architecture & Design Series
    @dtffla
    F R A M E Y O U R S E L F The 8th Annual Downtown Film Festival L.A. Architecture and Design Series The series is about buildings, objects, artists and aesthetes and the emotional connections that tell their stories. It is also about the processes that create our real and imaginary worlds. It showcases Architecture through the creative process of the built and adapted natural environment, individual structures and their history, the form and it’s relation to and presence in cinema as a character and as a setting for other artistic expression. Design is explored through our relationships with beautiful and functional objects, the practical arts and skills within cinema and television production, progressive representations of visual art and finally graphic design in kinetic and static forms on screen and off. The festival will be held at Regal L.A. LIVE Stadium 14, A BARCO Innovation Center from September 21-28, 2016. The programming and related events at satellite venues are a mix of nostalgia, what’s new and what’s next, putting good use to DTLA and The Arts District as an experiential context. dtlaff.com /DowntownFilmFestival @dtlaff
  • Dwell on Design
    @ondesign
    Dwell on Design – April 5 - 7, 2018 – Los Angeles A festival of design featuring hundreds of brands, unmatched onstage conversations led by Dwell editors and unlimited industry influencers, full-scale prefab homes, Dwell Outdoor, Ride 'n Drive, Modern Family Pavilion, Consultations, and more.
  • GBM
    @gbm
    GiftsbyMeeta.com is an online gifting portal with updated gift collection according occasions and celebration. Diverse range has been brought keeping in mind the interest and preferences of different age groups. The gifting site has ships PAN India for all the festivals and celebration.For more information visit on https://www.giftsbymeeta.com/
  • SarasotaMOD Weekend
    @sarasotamod
    (Sarasota, FL) Sarasota Architectural Foundation (SAF) presents the fifth annual midcentury modern architecture festival November 9–11, 2018, celebrating Architect Paul Rudolph's Centennial. The three-day weekend will feature Rudolph-themed presentations by architects and historians, a film screening, trolley, house and walking tours, a photography exhibition of Rudolph's buildings, and an opening night party in one of his most celebrated buildings, the Umbrella House in Lido Shores. www.SarasotaMOD.com
  • Jackson Hyland-Lipski
    @jhl
    Jackson Hyland-Lipski is an activist and filmmaker living and working in New York City. He is currently the on the National Team of Women's March as Head of Web Development, and Head of Special Projects for Women's March Global. Women's March is a non-profit organization that formed from the Women's March on Washington, which on January 21st, 2017 was the largest protest in US History, with over 6 million people marching worldwide. Jackson was previously the Executive Assistant to the Alive Inside Foundation, bringing memory and identity back to elders with dementia through music and empathy. The Foundation was created by Director Michael Rossato-Bennett after winning the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award in 2014 for his film 'Alive Inside'. In 2014, Jackson worked at Radical Media as Archival Assistant for Emmy Winning and Academy Award Nominated 'What Happened, Miss Simone?', a Netflix original documentary about Nina Simone that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015. Jackson concurrently worked for the film's Producer Amy Hobby as Head of Development for Ms. Hobby's and Anne Hubbell's production company, Tangerine Entertainment, which produces films and other projects helmed by women. Jackson Hyland-Lipski is a graduate of Northeastern University, where he received a BA in Film and Philosophy with a minor in Writing. Website: www.jacksonhl.com
  • Cameron McNall
    @cameronmcnall
    Cameron McNall pursues dual careers as architect and artist. The scope of his work is wide and encompasses architecture, sculpture, installation art, photography, film, interactive projects. He received a Master of Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Design from UCLA. Between schools he was mentored in the office of Glen Fleck, who was the chief design associate to Charles Eames for many years. After Harvard he worked in several architecture offices, and then taught for twelve years as a Professor at UCLA in the Department of Design Media Arts. Cameron is the Principal of the art and design firm Electroland that he co-founded with Damon Seeley in 2001. Personal awards include the Rome Prize in Architecture, the PS#1 Studio Artist Fellowship, various NEA grants and fellowships in Sculpture and Design, the Architectural League Young Architects Award, and presentation in the Siggraph animation festival. Electroland has installed public art projects across the United States. Electroland projects are published regularly in international publications and design websites, and have been featured at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum Triennial in New York. Electroland work may be seen at: www.electroland.net.
  • BET Hip Hop Awards 2017 Live Stream Online Free
    @bethiphopawards2017livestream
    Watch here: https://www.broadwayworld.com/board/readmessage.php?thread=1104806&boardname=off&dt=0&boardid=2 Apple has been making the rounds in Hollywood in the previous couple of weeks, pursuing best programming from makers including Ryan Murphy and hoping to sign productive showrunners like Vince Gilligan to its list. The tech goliath has a $260 billion or more money store. Following Oct. 1's Las Vegas slaughter at the Route 91 Harvest Festival that left 58 blue grass music fans dead and more than 500 harmed, Maren Morris discharged "Dear Hate" including Vince Gill. The delicate ditty takes a gander now and again through history when it has appeared as though despise has gotten the high ground - the state troopers turning on marchers battling for social equality in Selma, John F. Kennedy's death, the 9/11 psychological oppressor assaults - just to have love overcome all.
  • molo
    @molo_studio
    Led by Stephanie Forsythe + Todd MacAllen, molo is a design and production studio based in Vancouver, Canada. Balancing between the realms of art, design and architecture, molo products and projects are grounded in space making and range in scale from tea set to museum. The design of molo products stems from Forsythe + MacAllen’s architectural exploration. They are inspired by the concept of smaller, tactile objects having true potency in the experience of a space. By working across a range of sizes, Forsythe + MacAllen discover how furniture can heighten the sense of human scale and experience in architecture, or how furniture and product design benefit from thinking in the larger context of place and space making. Hands-on making has always been fundamental to Forsythe + MacAllen’s design process. Ideas pass from mind to hands to material and back again, ingraining a tactile sense of materiality, construction, space and experience. This process has developed to include experimentation with factory production, in close collaborations with manufacturers. It is a way of working that leads to happy accidents and discoveries, inspiring design improvisation and original thinking. molo’s award-winning soft collection, comprised of flexible space partitions, lighting, seating and table elements exemplifies their exploration of production process and experiential space making. Recognized for poetic beauty and pragmatic innovation, softwall and softseating were acquired by the Museum of Modern Art for their permanent collection. molo and the soft concepts have also been honoured with the prestigious Danish INDEX Award, for design to improve life. Forsythe + MacAllen began working together in 1994 at Architecture school. Constructing a number of houses and small-scale objects, Forsythe + MacAllen won several international competitions for design projects and conceptual ideas, including Grand Prize in the Aomori Northern Style Housing Competition, juried by Tadao Ando and Jean Nouvel. The Aomori submission would later evolve into the waterfront Nebuta House, a museum dedicated to its namesake festival. These early projects and ideas have become molo’s foundations. Since its formation in 2003, molo has assembled a dedicated team and grown into a thriving collaborative design and production studio. Additionally, molo has an extended family of specialized manufactures, consultants and contractors that they work with in a beautiful endeavour to bring imagination to fruition.

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