With over 5,800 people experiencing homelessness in the Denver Metro region, and 940+ of that population unsheltered, living on the streets, under bridges, abandoned buildings or open areas, it’s no... Read More
Textile Artist. Designer. Writer. Painter. Sculptor. We invite you to experience the wonderful creative process of Athens-based Susan Hable and get a behind-the-scenes peek into what inspires her. With a fine... Read More
Collaboration is a big buzz work amongst the design community but there is a clear distinction between cooperating and collaborating. This skill is incredibly important when inserting modern architecture into a... Read More
With traditional places of mourning such as funeral homes and places of worship rendered unaccessible due to the pandemic, some are turning to the outdoors for answers. Join Denver-based landscape... Read More
Even before the pandemic and work-fromhome measures seemed to favor low-density living, the suburbs were thriving. So why not make them more connected and sustainable places to live and work?... Read More
The Denver metro area is one of the fastest growing places in the country with roughly a million new people calling Denver home in the past 20 years. This new pressure has drastically transformed the city. In the dense inner city neighborhoods of Denver, this is causing paradigm shifts in the design and planning issues that must be addressed. One of the key components to ensuring the city remains attractive for future generations while supporting the current boom is a more thoughtful design of the public realm — parks, plazas, streets, and greenways. Learn how developers, creative leaders, and designers are thinking about designing a full network of public spaces to support a robust public life for all people throughout all seasons and times of day in rapidly evolving areas, like RiNo Art District.
Stephan Clambaneva, IDSA and Jason P. Belaire, IDSA have spent the better part of the last decade researching, advocating and curating experiences that bring knowledge and access to greater conversations... Read More
Join the International Interior Design Association and architectural designers, Maya Bird-Murphy and Rico Quirindongo, for a discussion on creating change in the future of design and architecture. ABOUT THE PRESENTERS... Read More
What is the history of lighting? What are the current challenges facing the industry? What comes next? The Women in Lighting + Design Denver Chapter’s panel of female designers delves into these... Read More
Good lighting doesn’t just happen. It’s designed. Join members of the International Association of Lighting Design as they showcase award winning lighting design projects and discuss the importance of light... Read More
Humanitarian crises such as globalization, war, and climate change are driving a surge in housing needs for migrants and refugees. This accelerated demand for housing, resource supplies, and social and... Read More
Colorado’s creative community thrives when its members are able to come together to share stories and experiences, however, the pandemic has moved these communities online and made it more difficult for people to come together in person. That’s where AIGA Colorado Creatives comes in.
The best part? Our project is all about YOU, the AIGA Colorado Creatives. It’s your chance to share and learn about real stories, advices, experiences and inspirations.