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  • Presentation:
    August 21, 6:00PM-8:00PM
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  • Exhibit / Installation:
    August 30-November 24, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    For over two decades the Seattle Architecture Foundation has hosted the Architectural Model Exhibit, an opportunity for local architects and designers to connect and share their work with the Seattle community. A healthy and productive civic society rests on a...
  • Activity:
    September 6-21, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The Seattle Design Festival features citywide tours, exhibits, outdoor installations, activities, interactive workshops and more from September 6-21, 2018. This year’s Festival theme, TRUST, examines the role of design thinking in bringing together and building TRUST among diverse communities. SDF2018:...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 6-21, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    We The Future are youth leaders, at the forefront of change, who are building organizations and movements all across the country. They carry the energy of countless communities from every background and are providing clear paths to action and to...
  • Party:
    September 6, 7:00PM-10:00PM
    SDF’s Opening Night Soiree will be held from 7-10 pm at The Collective, Seattle’s newest urban basecamp. Launch Party sponsored by GRAY Magazine. $25 suggested donation includes delectable bites from High Tide and two free drink tickets. Dance the night...
  • Workshops:
    September 7, 9:00AM-12:00PM
    What better way to bounce back from the Seattle Design Festival Opening Party than with delicious brunch food, great design conversations, and perhaps a little hair of the dog? Join TEAGUE in our studio for our first annual Hangover Brunch....
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Would you place trust in a stranger when speech and visual recognition are unavailable? Body language is a fundamentally powerful way of communicating, but is overlooked in our daily interactions; buried beneath a veil of linguistics and facial expressions. A...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Public Reflections is an exhibit designed to provoke private self-reflection. As a participant takes their place on the lone chair, a message is revealed on the mirror. Each participant must face a reflection of his or herself and the world...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Do You See What I See? prompts a dialogue about the proxies we use to make sense of our situation and surroundings. We explore how our experiences and contexts create a unique lens, shaping how we perceive and interact with...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The SEA-SAW is a dynamic installation that is simultaneously a beautiful, original piece of outdoor furniture as well as a playful interactive sculpture inviting users to reflect upon the relationships of trust that weave and knit our neighborhoods together to...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Trust is a byproduct of a willingness to be vulnerable. Translating trust into vulnerable expression is what we call a game changer. The four sides of the work marry trust with the core values we hold dear at Rolluda Architects....
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The focus of our installation is to ask participants about how they see themselves and how they present themselves to others in the workplace. It also questions whether or not these are aspects people are ready to share in the...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Students from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center’s youth programs, with guidance from UW students, explore design’s role in promoting healthy communities and connections instead of separation and isolation. Visualize how empathy and listening to other perspectives are...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    There is vulnerability through trust. There is confidence in an expected or perceived outcome, but also vulnerability in the chance of the unexpected which may challenge that initial perception. The sphere challenges you to look deeper than just how you...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    What is public trust? How does society shape it? Transparent Trust, attempts to explore the idea of trust through a simple yet visceral idea: Do people trust one another to donate money in a non-secure receptacle? We are constantly barraged...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The act of design is a game of trust and balance. As players in this game, we are trusted (and trust others) to make decisions and participate in a way that achieves a common goal. We ideate and iterate to...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Come build with us! Use your creativity and our blocks to create something amazing! Keep an eye out for ways to collaborate, build together, or engage with your fellow builders. While you build blocks will have prompts or ways they...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    How do you trust a description to explain a varied experience? To be engaged in this project, the artist continually determines the form of final descriptions. Each viewing will be different, as is each person’s description of trust that was...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Trust is rarely a concept that occupies our minds until we are given a reason to question it. After the suspicion of validity is introduced, we are flooded with constant restlessness that is not easily settled. We invite you to...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The number of individuals experiencing homelessness is rising and we see the results of this crisis almost every day. Visit “to House” to learn facts about homelessness and hear personal stories from people who have experienced, or are currently experiencing,...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Sticks and Strings consists of a collection of organically structured frames that support balancing hammocks. Stability of the hammocks relies on vulnerability, openness, and social coordination through the engagement of multiple users to achieve the goal of balance. When the...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The burden of maintaining social connections has shifted to applications and algorithms. But there is another side to this, where we voyeuristically observe friends and family like any other form of entertainment. But can you trust that what you see...
  • Activity:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    AIA Seattle Women in Design and Diversity Round Table present a collaborative activity that encourages our community to build trust in others and in themselves. Participants will have the opportunity to assemble building blocks that contain interactive prompts for reflection...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    We all use (and trust) our senses daily in order to navigate, respond to and survive in our environments. The senses provide the data from which we process and form our perception. Signals that move through our nervous system are...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Sight provides an initial understanding of our surroundings and we trust our perception based on the entirety of our spatial experiences in time. We assume our built environment to be straightforward, a layering of planes and surfaces. Exploring ideas of...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    OPENhouse highlights false privacy we can feel in modern society by giving transparency to an intimate space. This is achieved by utilizing the form of a traditional house, which becomes increasingly transparent as the viewer moves further away. Thus, this...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    LOVE SEAT I is a red chair made for two. The proper way to engage with this object is for two people to sit with their back to the chair arms and place legs through the central oval hole. The...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Trust is one of the fundamental building blocks to a healthy community. BLOX provides opportunities for people to engage and collectively create. What does trust mean to you? Individuals can write or illustrate responses on a block and place it...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    SPIRES venerates the participation of the participant, while subversively integrating their viewing into the expression of the installation itself. The three spires are media archives which the participants encounter at varying thresholds of intimacy. Inside of SPIRES is a collection...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Material Transparency is TRUST explores the theme of material ingredient transparency as it relates to human and environmental health. It takes the shape of an interactive journey composed of hanging panels of varying opacity with informative text to educate the...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Trust is an essential component of successful collaboration. Navigating Trust challenges participants to work together to navigate representational Seattle streets. Pairs begin by choosing between the shorter, riskier route or the longer, safer route. One option requires increased communication and...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Seattle’s high seismic risk is known by scientists and reported on by media. But more deliberately designed engagement is needed to nurture prominent and positive seismic culture rooted in trust between each other and our built environment. Seismic Cultures is...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    All people seek trust in one another it’s about giving up control and letting someone else take responsibility, trusting them to do right by you. We designed a shifting gravity puzzle of the Seattle area to help people understand where...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Blind Trust encourages people to share physical space and ideas, and to approach each with honesty and vulnerability. The user will tear a piece of paper off a surrounding wall and respond to a question, revealing something about themselves. They...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The intent of our installation is to put forward a powerful experience that demands an audience engrossed with instilling unified proactive thinking. We present the nuclear fan blades as a symbolic reminder of overlooked historical disasters that accrued because of...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Forget what you learned in Kindergarten and challenge your established notions of stranger-danger. Take a seat in our hand-crafted, tête-à-tête Adirondack chair, opposite a stranger and dare to have a conversation. We will provide discussion prompts and a tactile, fidget-friendly...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The Office of Planning and Community Development has a comprehensive plan to map Seattle’s next 20 years of growth. At the heart of this plan are four core values that act as a guide for a thoughtful expansion of our...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    As a non-profit focused on collaboration, we believe trust can come by creating together. By working in tandem with a stranger, each participant will trace a portion of an illustration using this installation inspired by mimeographs, drafting machines, and connect-the-dots....
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    A two-sided, bench + canopy structure, built from a donated stock of (40) 2×4 and (40) 2×6 from the North Cascades foresters. An interactive structure, the double-sided bench has an operable canopy overhead, enabling visitors to change the overhead condition...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Blind Trust challenges visitors to use touch, rather than sight, as their primary means of navigation and interaction with the installation. Visitors will be able to move through three concentric, rectangular extrusions formed by rope stretched vertically between frames. While...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    SpaceBox is a sensory deprivation/infinity illusion experience in which users surrender their usual barriers to immersion, and discover an interactive world that can only be explored in the moment. Housed in a trailer, the installation invites users to enter a...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The Sea+CDMX installation encompasses a small structure representing two landmarks of both Seattle and Mexico City. Visitors will be able to hear the sounds of Mexico City and engage in conversation with Mexican design students and citizens of Mexico City,...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 8-9, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Using data and facts to provide context and myth-bust some of the challenges Seattle currently faces, visitors are asked to participate in designing a neighborhood that is appealing to them and serves as many of our citizens as possible. Participants...
  • Activity:
    September 8, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    The Evergrey is out to connect locals with our city and each other. Take a photo with us and shout out someone you trust—and what you trust them with.
  • Activity:
    September 8-9, 10:00AM-5:00PM
    The Seattle Design Festival Block Party is a two-day street fair celebrating the powerful ways design affects our lives. This fun outdoor event is an opportunity for the design community and the public to come together and interact through large-scale...
  • Tour:
    September 8, 10:00AM-11:00AM
    Bus, bike, walk, or ride Light Rail to Othello Station for a tour of new interactive installations. From benches to kaleidoscopes, these additions encourage play, conversation, and interaction while promoting healthy community building in our public spaces. Each installation considers...
  • Tour:
    September 8, 11:00AM-12:00PM
    Join the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture for a construction tour of ARTS @ King Street Station. Experience over 17,000 square feet of new cultural space before it opens for public programs in January 2019. Meet on the Plaza...
  • Presentation:
    September 8, 11:00AM-1:30PM
    Universal Design involves principles that create accessible environments. It aims to allow a wide range of individuals the ability to use spaces independently and intuitively. The focus of the Exploring Universal Design Forum will be to discuss and explore solutions...
  • Tour:
    September 8, 1:00PM-2:00PM
    Join the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture for a construction tour of ARTS @ King Street Station. Experience over 17,000 square feet of new cultural space before it opens for public programs in January 2019. Meet on the Plaza...
  • Tour:
    September 8, 2:00PM-3:00PM
    Bus, bike, walk, or ride Light Rail to Othello Station for a tour of new interactive installations. From benches to kaleidoscopes, these additions encourage play, conversation, and interaction while promoting healthy community building in our public spaces. Each installation considers...
  • Tour:
    September 9, 11:00AM-12:00PM
    Join the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture for a construction tour of ARTS @ King Street Station. Experience over 17,000 square feet of new cultural space before it opens for public programs in January 2019. Meet on the Plaza...
  • Tour:
    September 9, 1:00PM-2:00PM
    Join the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture for a construction tour of ARTS @ King Street Station. Experience over 17,000 square feet of new cultural space before it opens for public programs in January 2019. Meet on the Plaza...
  • Activity:
    September 9, 7:00PM-10:00PM
    In Roman times, the art of dining incorporated all the known senses to create a total gastronomic experience. In accordance with the ancient experience of dining, the Futurist Movement at the beginning of the 20th century experimented with sensational gastronomy....
  • Workshops:
    September 10, 10:00AM-12:00PM
    Future Founders Fellowship (F3) by SIXR is an internship program in collaboration with City of Seattle Office of Economics Development (OED) and Rainier Beach Action Coalition (RBAC) for young Black and Latinx. We are excited to explore the theme of...
  • Presentation:
    September 10, 12:00PM-1:00PM
    To transform buildings from climate problem to climate solution, diverse communities must align efforts around authentic change. This panel discussion will explore a local model for this alignment: Shift Zero. An exploration of Trust will start with how it is...
  • Tour:
    September 10, 2:00PM-4:00PM
    Innovation can come from anywhere. At the CoMotion MakerSpace, students, staff, and faculty from the University of Washington find the tools and resources they need to build and prototype their next great idea! Come to the MakerSpace, and make the...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 10, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    The Sea+CDMX: Design Playground brings 5 student projects from UAM Mexico City design students. These projects will showcase the different challenges both cities and their citizens share, despite the vast contrasts between Seattle and Mexico City. The exhibit will demonstrate...
  • Presentation:
    September 10, 6:30PM-9:00PM
    Gone are the days when you could just donate some money and announce a goal to reduce your carbon footprint to earn the right to call yourself a “responsible company.” Now, demands by consumers, employees, and investors alike are putting...
  • Workshops:
    September 11, 1:00PM-6:00PM
    The Equitable Development mini-conference will be a shared learning opportunity for diverse community members to learn about Seattle’s Equitable Development Initiative and dialogue with community leaders who are creating projects that will mitigate displacement and create stability for their cultural...
  • Workshops:
    September 11, 2:00PM-3:30PM
    This project demonstrates that green infrastructure is a powerful tool in landscape design to solve community’s environmental and social problems such as flooding, infrastructure deterioration, lack of parking space, and inappropriate sanitary condition.
  • Tour:
    September 11, 2:00PM-8:00PM
    Georgetown Design Tour is a self-guided tour highlighting the talented designers and makers of the Georgetown area in PNW Design. Gray Magazine, Equinox Studios, Seattle Design Center, the SDD, and architects, designers, and local makers of all things including homes,...
  • Activity:
    September 11, 4:00PM-6:00PM
    Freeway Park is Seattle’s largest downtown public park and a dynamic, often misunderstood place. In partnership with landscape architect and UW lecturer, Julie Parrett, the Freeway Park Association invites participants to join us for a brief architectural tour, a series...
  • Tour:
    September 11, 6:00PM-9:00PM
    Collaborative Companies and renowned sculptor Louise Durocher invite you to their neighboring studios—the former home of iconic Seattle furniture brand Gulassa & Company—to explore how we use architecture and design to build relationships and trust in our communities. Each studio...
  • Presentation:
    September 11, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    Design for Belonging gathers city builders, community organizers, artists, and a diverse public to explore what it takes to create culturally responsive, thriving, resilient, and welcoming neighborhoods. We seek to amplify voices that are historically underrepresented in design planning efforts. We...
  • Workshops:
    September 11, 6:30PM-8:15PM
    What would it mean to design from the margins? Design—even in its inclusive forms—tends to treat difference as something to be accommodated rather than something at design’s core. Building on a collaboration with the Governor’s Office of the Education Ombuds,...
  • Activity:
    September 11, 8:00PM-9:30PM
    Dance Church™ is an all-abilities movement class that offers a fun, nonexclusive approach to dancing. Designed for people of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds, and identities, Dance Church™ is a communal space for everyone who wants to move their body. Kate...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 12, 5:00PM-8:30PM
    The Out-in-Front exhibit will feature the landscape architecture profession by displaying a large selection of project boards. Please join us for an evening of transparent conversation about how our built environment influences TRUST. Meet design professionals in a casual setting,...
  • Presentation:
    September 12, 5:30PM-6:30PM
    When we buy a product, service, or, admission into an experience we trust that it will work for us. We often assume ease of access and equity. But what happens when experiences don’t work the way we need them to?...
  • Presentation:
    September 12, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    The world has been jarred awake by tech gone wrong. We are realizing that the effects of our products are not always positive, and that asking whether we should, is just as important as asking whether we could. Artefact has...
  • Presentation:
    September 13, 5:00PM-7:00PM
    We have entrusted our public officials to establish development guidelines that match our values and reflect the needs of our communities. This program is intended to be a report to community and a conduit for city staff in leadership roles...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 13, 5:00PM-8:00PM
    Celebrate the opening of Design with the 90%, a special exhibition featuring 26 innovative projects that showcase designs solutions toward a more equitable world by increasing access, improving health, and empowering opportunity for the most marginalized communities around the world....
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 13, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    Recharge the Battery invites Seattle residents to help re-imagine the future of the Battery Street Corridor, in the heart of Belltown. As part of the Recharge the Battery Initiative, On the Battery is an open call for images and ideas...
  • Presentation:
    September 13, 6:00PM-9:00PM
    Growing up, we were continuously warned by our parents to beware of strangers, both on the internet, and luring us into their cars. Today, we routinely use the internet to summon strangers who come pick us up in their cars....
  • Presentation:
    September 13, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    A lot of our ability to get things done as designers directly relates to the amount of trust we have with our teams and clients. But there’s a difference between the trust we automatically inherit versus what we need to...
  • Presentation:
    September 13, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    Join b9 architects for a panel discussion exploring alternative development strategies to preserve Seattle’s existing physical and cultural character while meeting the city’s growing density needs. Rick Mohler of the University of Washington will moderate an esteemed panel, featuring Liz...
  • Presentation:
    September 13, 6:30PM-8:30PM
    Join Architects Without Borders – Seattle project leaders for a discussion of diverse topics on navigating​ relationships​ between an AWB volunteer project lead and a community, including language barriers, managing expectations, and developing a program and project that meets the...
  • Presentation:
    September 13, 6:30PM-8:30PM
    Come envision a contemporary Latinx arts & culture hub in Seattle! This will be your space! There currently isn’t home for contemporary Latinx artists anywhere in King County—Latinx Northwest is setting out to change that. We want to hear from...
  • Activity:
    September 13, 7:00PM-10:00PM
    In Roman times, the art of dining incorporated all the known senses to create a total gastronomic experience. In accordance with the ancient experience of dining, the Futurist Movement at the beginning of the 20th century experimented with sensational gastronomy....
  • Party:
    September 14, 5:30PM-10:30PM
    This year marks the 20th anniversary of the unique community of multidisciplinary designers at the Rainier Oven Building Complex. Join the studios in Little Saigon for their annual block party celebrating design with local eats, beverages, artistic endeavors, and good...
  • Presentation:
    September 14, 5:30PM-8:00PM
    Practitioners in the fields of architecture, design, non profits, and the University of Washington will join together in a panel that explores the intersections of international development and architecture/design to improve access to education in challenged populations around the world.
  • Activity:
    September 14, 7:00PM-10:00PM
    In Roman times, the art of dining incorporated all the known senses to create a total gastronomic experience. In accordance with the ancient experience of dining, the Futurist Movement at the beginning of the 20th century experimented with sensational gastronomy....
  • Party:
    September 15-16, 12:00PM-6:00PM
    Recharge the Battery invites Seattle residents to help re-imagine the future of one of Seattle’s most under-appreciated corridors, in the heart of Belltown. As part of the Recharge the Battery Initiative, the Battery Block Party is an encore event to...
  • Workshops:
    September 16, 11:00AM-3:00PM
    This workshop encompasses the idea of intersecting science and art through the lens of electronic textiles and wearable technology. During four hours of e-textile prototyping, participants learn how to use materials such as conductive fabrics and yarns to construct wearable...
  • Workshops:
    September 16, 4:00PM-6:00PM
    What are our tools for building trust across difference? We will experience collaborative activities from dance and design that help build trust among teams by activating curiosity, opening communication and fostering empathy. We will share what we know about trust...
  • Presentation:
    September 17, 5:30PM-7:30PM
    Interaction Design Association (IxDA) Seattle presents an evening of lightning talks (<10 min each) from local designers and technologists. Presenters will share their perspectives on the complex topic of building trust through design. Expand your understanding of how trust and...
  • Workshops:
    September 18, 5:30PM-9:30PM
    Join IxDA Seattle for a dystopian design jam exploring the impact of trust when everything falls apart. After a small amount of networking, attendees will break into teams to prototype design solutions for natural disasters, emergency events, and other catastrophes...
  • Workshops:
    September 18, 5:30PM-7:30PM
    How can diversity act as a source of innovation and disruption? Can design be both universal and personal? Humans have been at the center of design practices for a long time. Although product makers and designers have always sought to...
  • Presentation:
    September 18, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    World-changing innovation lies at the intersection of design and sustainability. Increasingly diverse audiences, interconnected systems, and rapid technological change make social responsibility critical to every organization’s success. Sustainability must be baked into the core of your strategy, not retroactively sprinkled...
  • Presentation:
    September 18, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    Join Design in Public and the Discovery Center at the awards celebration of Displaced: Design for Inclusive Cities—an international design ideas competition that solicited game-changing design solutions that promote belonging, dignity and resilience for immigrants and refugees navigating the challenges...
  • Activity:
    September 19, 1:00PM-2:30PM
    We share in the moral responsibility to deliver well-designed buildings that reduce operating expenses, increase opportunities for commerce, and contribute to the health and wellness of occupants. We also recognize that for our firm to succeed as the world’s most...
  • Presentation:
    September 19, 5:30PM-7:30PM
    The initial rollout of autonomous vehicles (AV) is predicted to begin around 2025, gaining public acceptance by 2030 & largely replacing non-autonomous vehicles by 2040-2045. Many tout the AV as a silver bullet, allowing drastic reductions in car ownership and...
  • Workshops:
    September 19, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    Biologist Jakob von Uexküll introduced the concept of the “umwelt” in 1909 as different species living in the same ecosystem that pick up on different environmental signals. In our splintered country, humans are creating their own umwelts. Pomegranate Center sees...
  • Presentation:
    September 20, 11:45AM-1:15PM
    What does it mean for government to be by the people, shaped by their visions and even their experiences of marginalization? Outdated approaches to public service make professional experts the only decision-makers about what services should look like. In this...
  • Presentation:
    September 20, 5:30PM-7:30PM
    Microsoft Presents: On Artificial Intelligence, Creativity, and Trust: An Interactive Discussion and Gallery Event. Thought leaders from Seattle’s global design community will share their perspectives on the creative challenges and opportunities brought forth in the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI)....
  • Workshops:
    September 20, 5:30PM-9:00PM
    Brand management has always been a difficult task, but today’s non-stop news cycle and hyper-connected culture make it so that a company’s reputation, both among employees and customers, is more vulnerable than ever. A poorly performing product, inappropriate employee behavior,...
  • Presentation:
    September 20, 6:00PM-8:00PM
    Ubuntu is a South African philosophy that declares our own well-being is tied to the well-being of others and the shared responsibility of our community is what binds us together and makes us human. The 2018 UW Runstad fellows will...
  • Presentation:
    September 20, 6:00PM-9:00PM
    As transportation services expand and begin to utilize autonomous cars, trucks, and even drones, the consumer data they collect (and questions we should be asking) grow: How much information should driverless vehicles capture? How long should they keep it? Where...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    September 21, 9:00AM-7:00PM
    PARK(ing) Day is an annual global placemaking event in which community members lead the temporary transformation of parking spaces into people spaces. Taking place every third Friday of September, Seattle’s participation in PARK(ing) Day gives residents an opportunity to reimagine...
  • Presentation:
    September 21, 7:00PM-9:00PM
    Bonnie Siegler founded and runs the award-winning design studio Eight and a Half. She is best known for her design work for Saturday Night Live, the Criterion Collection, HBO, and Newsweek. She is the author of Signs of Resistance: A...
  • Presentation:
    September 22, 9:00AM-11:00AM
    Trust is an integral part of the design process. Dreaming about a home design project and not sure where to start? Wondering how to make the most of your budget? Curious about green design or how to plan for your...
  • Exhibit / Installation:
    December 6, 12:00AM-11:59PM
    Stay tuned! More info coming soon.
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