Dallas was selected as one of six cities on the 2012 event schedule of "GOOD Ideas for Cities", an initiative that utilizes creative problem solvers to tackle real urban challenges and present the solutions at live events across the country. Hosted in partnership with "CEOs for Cities" and funded by a generous grant from ArtPlace, previous event cities include Portland, St. Louis, and future cities include Richmond, Cincinnati and New Orleans.
What is Project M? Project M is a program for creative people who are already inspired to contribute to the greater good, and are looking for a platform to collaborate and generate ideas and projects bigger then themselves.
Growing populations, shrinking budgets, and increasing public pressure for businesses to create more environmentally conscious products. These are the issues we will be dealing with for the rest of our careers. Join your fellow design professionals and students for a day where we learn, collaborate, and grow our community.
Worn out from 100+ degree days? Ready to escape the drudgery of a 9-to-5 routine and have a little summer fun? Mix it up at the 2011 Summer Shindig on July 28! Hosted by nine professional communications organizations in Austin, you’re sure to enjoy great conversation with your peers and make many new connections.
IDSA|Texas and the IDSA Furniture Section's Rough Cut was a tremendous success. Featuring work from designers Yves Behar, Brooke Davis, Jim Duke, and many more the event showed that furniture community is alive and well in the south.