Design Thinking/Stinking

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Continuing their Ladies, Wine & Design events, Dow Design presents ‘Design Thinking/Stinking‘ on Wednesday 19th April. This popular event ponders, “Has all of this ‘thinking’ around design become over-rated or are we still diggin’ it?” and features Jane Strange, Amabel Hunting and Dow’s Creative Director Donna McCort.

Numbers are strictly limited so it pays to keep an eye on the site.

The next event takes place on Wednesday 21 June:
Keeping (in)sane
“You can always trust a busy woman to get the job done.”
Dow says, “Our two speakers (yet to be announced) delve into the survival instincts us ladies harness everyday to keep all those balls in the air.”

“We hosted our first courtyard conversation ‘Chit-chats with Boss Babes’, here at Dow Design in February. Twenty ladies joined us for wine, nibbles and casual ‘chit-chats’ with three incredible ‘boss babes’ Michele Whitecliffe (President, Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design), Claire Sullivan (Publisher & Editor-in-chief of Denizen — Denizen Modern Living — Denizen Navigator) and Alison Barass (Professional Director). The conversation was hilarious, candid, and filled with career insights.”

Ladies, Wine and a bit of Design is free, but reservations are first come, first served, and each event is limited to only 20 ladies, so if you’re a creative female and would like to attend please register here.”


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