Ended 23 June 2016
฿500.00
TCDC (Thailand Creative & Design Center)

THE POWER AND POTENTIAL OF DESIGN 

What is design and why does it matter? In this Women IN Design session we will explore the power and potential of design for impact on humanity and the environment as it cuts across sectors and silos.

We will learn from women in the field who have been applying design principles to build communities, generate products and services, and create more space for beauty to infiltrate our daily lives. We’ll cover topics including, but definitely not limited to, the evolution of design thinking, design for sustainability, human centred design, and design innovation. Come join us as we dive deep into the philosophy and practice of design as a catalyst for changing the world.

You’ll hear stories and experiences from our panelists Viria Vichit-Vadakan, Director of New Business Development for Learn Education, SoMa SoM, Director of S.P.S. Gems & Jewellery Co.Ltd, and Sali Sasaki, Regional Advisor on crafts & design for the British Council (East Asia). The discussion will be led by Courtney Lawrence, Founder/CEO of DSIL.

More information about our panelists is below.

This event is open to anyone currently working in design or interested in the field. Men are encouraged to attend and we welcome your input into the discussion!

We recommend booking fast as we expect this event to sell out.

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The Grand Postal Building 1160 Charoenkrung Road, Bangrak Bangkok 10501

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