At 72 I am blessed to feel like a teenager and occasionally like an 8 yr. old. My first priority is self-care: of physical body, spiritual journey, emotional and financial well being. My next priorities are family, friends and community. I eat and drink healthy, exercise/play often, love my family, dog and many friends. I help when/wherever I can, share my burdens and abundance; am dedicated to spiritual practices, loving abundantly and count my many blessings throughout the day.
Designistas! Tickets almost sold out! Design Night is an
event series at the Autodesk Gallery held on the first Thursday of every month.
At each event, guests explore a different theme – such as biomimicry, light, or
robotics – that challenges the conventionally narrow definition of design. We
endeavor to reflect the Design Night theme in all aspects of the event, from
the activities guests enjoy, to the food they eat, to the music they hear.
Design is all about experience, so why limit that experience to just talk? TICKETS: http://designnight-fashion.eventbrite.com
That's me on the
left at the August Design Night: Music. We danced the night away and made
old fashion, analog records.
$25 gets you in
with all the fun, food and drink you can handle. For Designistas! there
will be folk-inspired florals, alpine animal prints, and ... technology? That's
right. For everyone with a passion for fashion, what's hot this season is high
tech. Technology is turning the world of fashion on its embellished ear, from
stunning computer-designed jewelry to fierce 3D-printed gowns (no, really). So
rock your favorite outfit, and strut on over to Design Night to experience:
•A talk by Francis Bitonti, co-designer of the famed
Dita Von Teese 3D-printed gown