Plan to attend METROCON10 – the largest design-related regional expo and conference in the USA. The premier two-day event will take place at Dallas Market Hall [2200 Stemmons Freeway] on Thursday, August 12 & Friday, August 13, 2010.
METROCON is a resourceful alliance: a tradeshow and convention organized through landmark volunteer collaboration between the Texas Chapter of ASID [American Society of Interior Designers] and the Texas / Oklahoma Chapter of IIDA [International Interior Design Association].In a determined effort to strengthen the design community, these two organizations have joined forces and pooled resources to offer the best in exhibitors and continuing education to their members and beyond.
METROCON focuses on introducing the latest in products and innovative ideas to the Southwest region’s community of interior designers, architects, design students and other essential industry members. All conference information – as well as exhibitor, tradeshow, continuing education, and event registration – is available through this official website. Updates to the site will be added as new information becomes available, so check back often.
You are receiving this invitation because your company is a proud member of the Business Council for the Arts. Please share this invitation with other employees in your company. Thank you and we hope to see you at our August membership event!
Where: Dallas Center for Architecture 1909 Woodall Rodgers Frwy. Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75201 Driving Directions
Frank Lloyd Wright's Buffalo This film tells the story of the long friendship of architect Frank Lloyd Wright and Buffalo businessman Darwin Martin-and the architecture that was created as a result, including the Larkin Administration Building, the Darwin Martin Estate, and the Martin Summer Home, Graycliff.
Come early at 6:00 p.m. for a special opening reception of the Elsewhere, TX exhibition
The Elsewhere, TX exhibition features significant architectural projects completed after the year 2000 in Texas and beyond--some of which may have been overlooked by publications or design awards. The projects are located outside of Houston and were designed by architects whose practices are based outside of Houston as well.Admission is a $10 donation (at the door) to the Dallas Center for Architecture (includes opening reception and refreshment during the movie)
RSVP Required Please RSVP by August 8th by clicking on the link below --> RSVP Now!
Don't forget to invite your colleagues from your company to this event. Thank you for your interest and hope to see you at our August 2010 Membership Event.