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Design Museum Mornings: VR For The People

Discover how Virtual Reality makes design accessible, collaborative, and more daring than ever before with Shelley Midthun, Executive Director of Oregon Story Board. Join us for the October’s Design Museum Mornings! Keynote ...

Design Museum Mornings: Sneakers With Soul

Learn the unparalleled impact that design can play in the recovery process with Jenn Scholes, Nike designer and member of the Doernbecher Freestyle team. Join us for September’s Design Museum Mornings! Keynote ...

Design Museum Mornings: Deconstructing Design

Think backwards through the design and deterioration of functionality with Heidi Schwegler, award-winning artist and Chair of MFA in Applied Craft and Design (OCAC/PNCA). Join us for the August Installation of ...

Design Museum Mornings: Revitalizing the Workplace

Discover how intentionally designed work environments ignite a company-wide culture of innovation and collaboration with Herman Miller’s Living Office specialist Jen Teckenburg. Join us for the July installation of Design Museum ...

Design Museum Portland Launches Design Museum Mornings

For Immediate Release Contact: Erica Rife, Community Manager • 520.977.2047 • erica@designmuseumfoundation.org Design Museum Portland Launches Design Museum Mornings May 1, 2017—PORTLAND, OR—Design Museum Portland is proud to bring the city of Portland Design ...

Design Museum Mornings: Invoking Change Through Modular Design

Gain exposure to the range of applications for modular design, including community transformation and public access to innovative structures with Todd Ferry, Center for Public Interest Design. Join us for Portland’s second monthly Design Museum Mornings! The modular ...

Design Museum Mornings Launch: Designers Taking Action

Consider the influence and impact of design when it comes to social activism during Design Museum Mornings with Natalie Sundeleaf Sept, meeter and maker. Design has an extensive impact on how social movements are ...