Space has opened up for the Marc Rettig event on the 24th

4 Sep 2009 - 10:56am
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Boston IxDA

We've had 3 cancellations for the upcoming Lecture & Workshop from Marc
Rettig "Designing for Life" on September 24th

More detail available at: (Also take a gander at
the jobs section, we've had two positions come along in recent weeks)

While working with Marc to setup this event he wanted to let people know of
a workshop he and Lauralee Alben are co-facilitating at the School of Visual
Arts in New York, the week before he joins us in Boston. It relates directly
to some of the themes in Designing for Life, and it's a chance to dive into
more depth and conduct some personal exploration.

Here is a link to the workshop description. In the left margin you’ll find a
link to a PDF, and a link to the registration page.

In Marc's own words; "I would describe this as a sequence of facilitated
activities aimed at helping people look to see what really matters to them,
conceive work that aligns with that significant source of personal meaning,
and begin to design ways they can actually pursue that work. Lauralee brings
the Sea Change Design Process she has been developing over the last decade,
and I bring some recent practical experience in going through a similar
process in my own life.

Some people come to the workshop with something specific in mind – something
they are working on or dreaming about, the threshold they feel before them,
a change they would like to engender. Some come because they feel they have
the means and influence to help change the world, but they need to clarify
how to do it."

The going rate for three full, hard-working days is $1195. We have a
corporate rate of $995 when three people from the same company register for
the workshop. So if three people from IxDA Boston want to come, we’ll treat
them as coming from the same organization and give each of them $200 off.
(They’ll have to register by fax using the form that’s available on the
registration page. Paypal doesn’t know about the discount.)

IxDA Boston organisers: Lisa, Harlan, Jesse & Pauric
local site:

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