DGN is a series of free panel discussions exploring the integration of innovative tools in the greening of consumer products.
Venues are up and down the West Coast.
We're looking forward to the SF event with Yves Behar and Alison Arieff, who started Dwell magazine and now works at IDEO, a design and innovation firm.
From the press release:
These sessions will inspire and empower emerging designers to build a sustainable future now.
The ongoing series kicks off on April 1 at Western Washington University and continues down the west coast to other distinguished universities that make sustainable design education a must.
We'll be at the CCA lecture in San Francisco -- drop us a line if we'll see you there.
If you wonder how green ideals get translated into products, this event should be of interest.
- April 1 Western Washington University – Bellingham, WA
- April 4 The Art Institute – Portland, OR
- April 9 California College of the Arts – San Francisco, CA
- April 11 California State University – Long Beach, CA
(Be sure to check the DGN website for the most current information.)
Registration is required -- but it's free.