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Event Calendar:




Tue 30

Wed 01

Thu 02


Sat & Sun

04 & 05

Wednesday May 1st 2024

9:00 AM - 6:00PM

Spring Market

Presented by Boston Design Center

1 Design Center Pl, Boston, MA 02210
FREE - Details:


The day starts at 9:00 AM! Plunge into the artistic world with panel discussions on various topics from getting your project published to crafting timeless interior designs. Discover the impact of AI in the design industry and embark on a journey to explore the impact and influence of designs and artistry from abroad. Enjoy book signings, open houses, refreshments, and witness the unveiling of new collections. The day promises to be an immersive event filled with creativity, innovation and thoughtful discussions. Read more... 

9:30AM - 10:30 AM

Spring Market
Special Highlight

Getting Published:
How to Style and Shoot Projects for Editorial Impact  

Sponsored by Visual Comfort

Boston Design Center, 1 Design Center Pl, Suite 332, Boston, MA 02210

FREE - Details:

RSVP for Spring Market -

Moderated by Jaci Conry, Editor in Chief, Boston Home, with panelists Benjamin Reynaert of Domino Style, Photographer Michael J. Lee, Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller, both of Carrier and Company. Followed by a book signing at the Visual Comfort Showroom, Suite 120W, of Defining Chic: Carrier and Company Interiors, Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller.

10:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Rock Your Craft

Presented by Divine Stoneworks

60 Pleasant St, Ashland, MA 01721


Rock Your Craft at Divine’s annual Boston Design Week event. We will have four CEUs from 11PM to 4:30PM with networking time to follow. BRAGB has partnered with us to elevate your expertise with CEUs thoughtfully provided to enhance your knowledge and prepare you for the evolving future of remodeling. This is your chance to network, learn, and engage with industry leaders while enjoying a curated experience.   Secure your spot and be part of shaping the future of our industry. Register for more event updates and details at the link below!  

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3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Designers for the Future

Presented by MIT Morningside Academy for Design

MIT Museum, Exchange Room. 314 Main St, Gambrill Center,

Building E-28, Cambridge, MA 02142 


Designers for the Future explores some key topics young designers are already addressing to create better futures, and presents the design tools they mobilize with that purpose. The event will be a celebration of the capacity of design to deeply improve and transform our relation to the world, through works that seek how we can create better, more sustainable, and more inclusive environments and technologies. We will also present the incoming cohort of Design Fellows, who will join MAD for the 2025 academic year. Read more... 

Respnding to this year's theme: Designing for the Future

Marfa Stance and Susan Ryder

4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Kick Off Cocktail Reception

Presented by Artefact Boston, with Marfa Stance and artist Susan Ryder at 1317 Washington St #120, Boston, MA 02118


Join us for a cocktail reception to kickoff the Marfa Stance Collection and artist Susan Ryder’s collection of paper designs.  Marfa Stance is dedicated to challenging the status quo by creating pieces designed to be enhanced. Marfa Stance puts people in control by creating versatile garments and accessories with clever layering capabilities, making them able to be worn year-round. Susan Ryder uses high quality Bristol Bond paper and methods from apparel pattern making to create cut paper art. Ryder manipulates flat paper by folding, gluing, and stitching to manipulate them into art.  

Trunk Show Continues Thursday 10-5 and Friday 10-3

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM


What is Too Much?

Presented by F.H. Perry Builder

at Heather Wells Studio, 359 Boylston St., #2, Boston, MA 02116


Second in its series, join three design industry thought leaders for an intriguing, intelligent discussion that can’t necessarily happen within the confines of an average workday. Intentionally thought-provoking, let’s explore if there is such a thing as being “too much” in leading design and build teams– too direct, too emotional, too gut-trusting, too demonstrative, too principled, too creative — and how too-muchness may be exactly what we need for our industry, our teams, and ourselves. With you, this “salon-like conversation” can evolve into a safe place to debate, collaborate, learn, and expand our perspectives creating an incubator for a conversation that continues long after our event is done. Read more...

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