This year SFI 14 will take place from March 22-23, 2014, at Parsons the New School for Design in New York City on the theme “Broadcast. Forecast.” Along with panel discussions and presentations by 2014 SEED Award Winners, the weekend will include workshops and breakout sessions for attendees to address “What is the future of Public Interest Design?”
Click here to secure a place at SFI 14 by February 28, 2014, with the Early Bird Registration prices of $150 for General Admission and $50 for Students, online at DesignCorps.org/SFI14.
PIDI Training in New York City will begin right after SFI 14, occurring March 24-25, 2014, at the J. Max Bond Center on Design for the Just City at the City College of New York. The curriculum is formed around the SEED metric and will “provide design and planning professionals with in-depth study on methods of how design can address the critical issues faced by communities.” The two-day course will include presentations from Design Corp’s Bryan Bell, Enterprise Community Partners’ Shola Olatoye, UPSTATE Director and Syracuse University Professor Marc Norman, J. Max Bond Center’s Esther Yang and Toni L. Griffin (see her TED City2.0 talk here), and Shed Studio’s Rashmi Ramaswamy.
Click here to register for PIDI Training NYC by February 28, 2014, with the Early Bird Registration prices of $400 for Standard Registration, $250 for Professional Association members, and $200 for Students, online at PublicInterestDesign.com/NYC.
If you are considering attending both SFI 14 and PIDI NYC, there is a combination price available at $300 for Professionals and $150 for Students, online at DesignCorps.org/SFI14.