It was a whirlwind few days for the Design Museum Boston team at this year's AD 20/21 show, which had EVERYTHING for sale from modern to contemporary fine art, photography, jewelry, vintage and contemporary studio furniture, decorative arts,…Continue
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The producers of AD 20/21: Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Centuries are pleased to announce the dates of March 15-18, 2012 for their fifth annual show at The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts in Boston's South End. Building on the success of last year’s event, producers Tony Fusco and Robert Four will once again complement AD 20/21’s spectacular selection of 20th and 21st Century dealers in fine art, furniture, jewelry, and decorative arts with the 13th Annual Boston…Continue
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Sam and Derek spoke with Kathy Kiely, President of The Ad Club, about what's going on with them and Design Museum Boston. Check out the interview below!
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Last thursday evening Clio Designs hosted the Boston Area Design Community - for the second 2012 IDSA International Conference Planning Meeting. The team is off to a great start! With over 40 people from 25 plus companies in attendance the meeting was a great success. Over the next few months the Team will be working together to refine the schedule, content, and flow for the conference and offsites. For those of you who missed…Continue
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About two months ago, Hong Kong hosted its yearly, global design event: Business of Design Week. BODW is a 3-day event (Dec 1-3) that occurred in conjunction with a number of…Continue
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I've been writing the Trade Secrets column in New England Home for years. Lately, I've stumbled across some new technologies that are apparently so disruptive the role of architects and designers will become once again central, crucial. Not marginal in the sense that designers are there to make things 'look cool ' or 'pretty.'
For example, Bill Porter (former MIT architecture head) and his partner Brian Anderson are using a technology called HomeSeed that allows them to…Continue
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In a society more interested in what a celebrity has eaten for breakfast than the often unglamorous lives of those in the non-profit sector, recognition for excellence is usually scare. Luckily, that isn't the case here in Boston, where a rich culture of non-profit organizations is thriving. Combine that…Continue
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Back form another year at CES…
This years show drew record attendance with over 153,000 people showing up to peep the technologies of tomorrow. Similar to years past there’s lots to look at but nothing you haven’t already seen online. Most of the real innovation & ground-breaking product lies behind closed doors at the show or in VIP Suites along the strip.
That being said, walking the show the floor gives you the opportunity to check out all sublet…Continue
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January’s Boston CreativeMornings event is Friday, January 27th at 8:30 AM.
Tickets will be available Monday, January 23rd, starting at 7:00 AM.
Our January presenters are Daren Bascome and Peter Herman
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No matter what holiday you celebrate this season, all of us at Design Museum Boston hope that it's a happy and healthy one for you and your loved ones. This year is quickly coming to a close and as we look back on all that we've accomplished we are excited for everything that the new year is going to…Continue
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This year Boston will be holding the Industrial Design Society of Ameria’s National Conference. The Event will take place August 15-18th at the Westin Boston Seaport Located next to the World Trade Center in Boston’s Innovation District.
I have been asked to help head up the local efforts and will be coordinating the offsite activates during the conference. We are currently in the early stages of planning and have put together a Google doc to capture…Continue
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Design Museum Boston board member Michael DiTullo was recently quoted saying, “Design is a positive reaction to dissatisfaction.” Design has the power to make our everyday lives more comfortable, more efficient, more exciting, and more rewarding. Since 2009, Design Museum Boston has worked to promote the role of designers and give public voice to the design industry as a…Continue
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Wentworth launched its Fall 2011 issue of WIT, the school alumni mag that's only published three times a year. This semesters issue highlights Retail, the student collaborated exhibit that stood in the Prudential Center this past August. The article went on to say many great things, "In addition to…Continue
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Community involvement is core to our philosophy here at Design Museum Boston, and we're not alone! As I dig and dive deeper into the design scene in Hong Kong, I'm learning that this idea and importance of community is becoming increasingly vital to the artists and designers in this financially driven city. Allow me to share with you, a new and exciting designer space coming in 2014. …Continue
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Wow what a week….
It started off last Tuesday night when I had to choose between Pecha-Kucha at Oberon in Harvard Square and the end of start up weekend at Harvard Business School. I opted for the more entrepreneurial venue at HSB. Within one hour we saw seven remarkable start-ups of which our two favorites were …Continue
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Last Thursday Night 25 representatives from many of Boston’s top design firms and design-minded corporations gathered at Manta’s New office in Kendall Square to begin the process of designing the 2012 IDSA National Design Conference and offsite. The collaboration and energy in the room that night was epic as we worked together in a series of creative team brainstorming sessions focused on speakers, events and themes.
Over the next month we plan to continue to collect…Continue
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