Nashville Design Week (NDW) is a local nonprofit that showcases Nashville’s design talent and educates the public on the role of all design professions in bettering lives. Now, in its second year, the festival consists of 30 events throughout the city. The primary theme of this year’s festival is Nashville’s rapid growth and how smart, inclusive design can impact everything from housing, transportation and adaptive re-use to public spaces, inclusion, and the arts. www.nashvilledesignweek.org
NDW founders Fuller Hanan, Lindsay DeCarlo and Kate O’Neil will welcome guests and make introductory comments. Notable talents from all creative fields will be in attendance.
Monday, November 4, 6:30–9:30 p.m.
Ed Nash Art, 1015 West Kirkland Avenue, #414, Nashville, TN 37216
—Photo ops of NDW founders, special guests, designers, among others —Interviews with guests and/or business and civic leaders
www.nashvilledesignweek.org, Instagram @nashvilledesignweek
Rose Mary Gorman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 615-944-8954
Pam Manela, email@example.com, 646-763-1267
ABOUT THE NASHVILLE DESIGN WEEK
Nashville Design Week is a platform for bold collaborations and conversations that promote idea sharing, engage and educate the public, and strengthen our city’s design culture and impact. The NDW community believes they can create a higher quality of life through design. Through panel discussions, tours, workshops, and installations, NDW provides access to designers who are shaping Nashville’s future — from architecture and interiors to graphic, industrial, and fashion design. By shining a spotlight on their work, NDW demonstrates Nashville’s emergence as a city known for and shaped by thoughtful and innovative design. NDW is a fiscally sponsored project of the Arts and Business Council of Greater Nashville, a non-profit organization.