Design Miami 2019 is here until December 8th, filled with amazing exhibitions, commission, and collaborations that were made especially for this amazing event. Presented by SCAD, the Design Forum shares the design world’s most amazing topics to present amongst many creatives that are attending the event. To celebrate the 15th edition, there’s a special addition, the Media Suite, that hosts 20-minute video-recorded conversations and is located at the front of the tent within the Design Forum. Design Miami Design Agenda presents a great selection of future talks that will be happening!
Swarovski Waterschool holds a workshop for children of all ages, including a screening of the feature documentary film Waterschool and a hands-on activity. Attendees will be awarded Swarovski Waterschool Student Ambassador Certificates and a small gift. On December 8th, from 1-3:30 pm, you’ll get the opportunity to watch this amazing documentary!
On Saturday, December 7th, from 2:30-4:30 pm, there will be a talk named “Natural Fibers and Dyes In Contemporary Design: Workshop and Conversation With Fernando Laposse, Angela Damman and Jacobo Mendoza“. Designers Laposse and Angela will discuss their experiences with natural fibers and dyes in their contemporary design practices, along with a workshop focusing on cochineal dye.
On December 5th, from 3:30-4:30 pm there will be “SCAD AT MIAMI: Designing Women/”. SCAD, the official university partner of Design Miami, presents a panel of leading women designers and curators who will illuminate their creative processes, discuss new and upcoming projects, and speak to innovations in the industry.
Atlas of Furniture Design will be presented on December 5th, between 12-1 pm. To celebrate the US premiere of Atlas of Furniture Design, published by the Vitra Design Museum, this panel gives insights into the research and the protagonists of the most comprehensive book on furniture design ever published.
Also on December 5th, from 2-3 pm, there will be a “curator speed round: 10 Objects”. Six leading curators from internationally renowned museums present ten objects in thirty seconds each, representing both recent and hoped-for acquisitions. This will be followed by a discussion about the evolving nature of museum collecting, new perspectives on design and design history, and the opportunities and challenges facing museums today. Enjoy this amazing that is Design Miami 2019!