As the post-millennial Generation makes its way into college and the corporate world, it’s imperative for institutions and organizations to holistically grasp and comprehend not just the way Z’s learn, retain, and comprehend information, but the events that have shaped them and who they are. Our research covers the types of environments this generation thrives in, while learning how colleges and companies can adapt and conform to meet the needs of Generation Z. The future students and professionals are coming, are we designing with them in mind yet?
January 24, 2019
5:30 – 7:30 PM
Check in starts at 5:30pm.
Presentation begins at 6pm.
Legacy Group Workspace
1001 Western Ave, Suite 103
Seattle, WA 98104
Click here to register.
Presented by: Concentric Spaces.
This course is approved for both IDCEC and AIA members.
Snacks and beverages provided courtesy of Legacy Group.
Textiles 101 presents designers with the opportunity to learn about the textile process, enabling them to make the best textile choices for their projects. The course familiarizes participants with animal, plant, and synthetic fibers. It covers yarn production and types and a variety of dye processes. Detailed information about fabrics is presented, including basic weave constructions and special techniques. Fabric characteristics, fiber properties and application guidelines are also discussed. Hundreds of illustrations and physical examples of fibers, yarns, textiles, and illustrations are incorporated into the course.
Every participant will receive an illustrated textile glossary.
Instructor: Rachel Doriss
Vice President, Design Director, POLLACK
Cost: There is no charge for attending the course to get CEU credit. If a designer is using NCIDQ to keep track of their CEU record then there is a $12 fee, which the designer pays directly to NCIDQ.