05 October, 2010

Trend Seminar 'Tomorrowland' at ISCD...

As posted late last week on Palatial Living ~ If you haven't heard or haven't booked yet - but will be in Sydney on Thursday evening there's a fabulous Trend Seminar called 'Tomorrowland' being held at the International School of Colour & Design [ISCD] North Sydney...
I am always excited to hear Prue [Royle] Founding Director of ISCD deliver her trend presentation - I have loved them hearing them for years, and am also super excited to hear from Megan Morton, in the chance to meet her & have her sign her book for me 'Home Love', also her blog name. Also check out her fabulous props studio room that she now also hires out from the aptly named 'The Propery' . Very clever. Enjoy x

Discover the trends of tomorrow today...We all have an ongoing fascination with colour trends and design directions, where they originate from and how we can integrate them into our lives and our homes.
“Today trend awareness is key, not trend forecasting” explained Prue Royle, Founding Director of iscd at DesignEX 2010. “Trend Aware” is Prue’s theme for this year’s annual trend seminar held by iscd in October. Translating global themes for the Australian market can be complex, especially when the socio-demographic mix, political flavours and environmental issues around the world are so varied.
- The Presenters -
Prue Royle (iscd) - Launch into the future of colour and design. Prue will ensure we are “trend aware” and tackle the important task of distilling global themes for the Australian market.
Cindy Childs + Rebecca Harkness (Colourwize Design + Ncs Colour Centre) - Take an express tour through prestigious and ever inspiring trade shows Maison d’Object in Paris and 100% Design in London.
Megan Morton (International Stylist) - Hear the crucial reality of translating trends for magazines. Discover the creative process and see how trends evolve from brief to page in the world of styling.
Sean Adams (The Seed) - Where are we going? Discover the top ten social observations Sean’s agency 'The Seed' have observed in their continuing international research.

- Details -
When: Thursday 7th October 2010 6:30pm
Where: iscd Auditorium 99 Mount Street, North Sydney
Cost: $30.00 per ticket

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