The world's leading brands along with today's top talent come together in a carefully curated presentation of design, offering inspired vignettes by respected brands, design seminars, culinary demonstrations, and special appearances. From furniture, accessories, lighting, and art to kitchen, bath, and building projects, the show offers thousands of products to source and shop—both from independent makers and established manufacturers.
The mission of Modernism Week is to celebrate and foster appreciation of midcentury architecture and design, as well as contemporary thinking in these fields, by encouraging education, preservation and sustainable modern living as represented in the greater Palm Springs area.
Join 25+ farm fiber & craft vendors from all over New England for a 1-day festival in the heart of downtown Boston. Free programming all day including weaving demo sponsored by Harrisville Design, spinning demos, live animals thanks to Wing and a Prayer Farm, kids activities thanks to Blue Heron Farm, book signings, kids activities, and the fabulous + amazing Taproot Knitting Lounge! We will be sharing more details about the programming and vendor list on our website event page in the coming weeks.
We are grateful to our sponsors Taproot Magazine Harrisville Designs, Inc.The TrusteesBoston Public Market for all of their support in making this festival happen! Thank you for supporting #farmyarns and small New England family fiber farms!
Celebrating today’s most significant creatives and leading contributors to the worlds of design and visual arts, the fair assembles 45 leading international galleries; prominent 20th-century and contemporary design dealers; a weekend of exciting programs; and 21POP, a special installation created by Stanlee Gatti.
Presented by Eastern States Exposition and New England Sheep & Wool Growers Association
Nov. 3 & 4, 2018 • Sat., 9am – 5pm; Sun., 9am – 3pm
Mallary Complex at Eastern States Exposition
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Fiber enthusiasts are coming together for the annual Fiber Festival of New England to promote the use of wool and other natural fibers and related products to the general public!
Field + Supply began in 2014, as a modern interpretation of a traditional arts and crafts fair. It consists of a carefully curated selection of makers highlighting goods, old and new, from a variety of studios and workshops representing a wide range of crafts. This year, the fifth Field+Supply will be held at the Hutton Brickyards over Columbus Day weekend in Kingston, NY. Located directly on the banks of the Hudson River and in the center of the rapidly transforming Hudson Valley, the reimagined Hutton Brickyards, with its bucolic grounds, industrial infrastructure, and rich history, is poised to become a top boutique cultural and entertainment venue. Hutton Brickyards is a symbol of New York’s industrial prowess as the area’s leading brickmaker for over 100 years. We believe HBY is the perfect backdrop for this year’s fair. We look forward to another amazing weekend. We hope you will join us!
Parsons School of Design and Lidewij Edelkoort are pleased to announce the third edition of the NYTM – the inaugural New York Textiles Month this September; a month-long city-wide festival designed to celebrate textile creativity and promote textile awareness.
Initiated by Lidewij Edelkoort, trend forecaster and Dean of Hybrid Studies at The New School and assisted by Willem Schenk, this multiple-location event will gather all voices and expressions concerning textiles, bringing together museums, galleries, showrooms, retailers, design studio, students and the general public.
Hampton Designer Showhouse Foundation, Inc.
The Hampton Designer Showhouse Foundation, Inc. is led and operated by a dynamic team of experts from the worlds of marketing, public relations, fundraising and special events production. This is the eighteenth year that they have combined their talents to produce what is now recognized as one of the country’s most successful showhouses. Hampton Designer Showhouse Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) corporation.