Three CEU Event + Membership Drive

  • Cosentino Roseville, CA

3 CEU Chapter Meeting + Membership Drive

Hosted by: Cosentino 10015 Foothills Blvd #150, Roseville, CA 95747
Sponsored by: ProKitchen - Professional Kitchen Design Software
Date: Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Time: 3:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Get on-board with the California Capital Chapter's 2017 membership drive, running from July-September!

Your NKBA CA Capital Chapter VP Membership, Jordan Tatosian, would like you to know about the incentives in place to assist with the growth of our membership and what this means for you, our members. For this event any member who brings a prospective member to this event, can attend all 3 CEU's for the price of 2 and any prospective member who attends with a member, can take advantage of the 3 for 2 non-member pricing. Our goal for this drive is to sign up as many new members as possible, so I encourage everyone to reach out to potential new members and invite them to our meetings.

Presentation One
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Wildflowering: Design Where Others Fear to Bloom

TALK: In my talk, I will encourage designers to look at the the transitional, liminal space between things as the most fertile place for inspired design. That place might be between two different styles, between differing goals of a husband and wife or two partners, or even the difficulties between a designer and their client. It also applies to different kinds of materials being used together, or modern and historic blends. This talk exhorts designers to look at places of seeming conflict as the opportunity to create something new that has the potential to exceed everyone's expectation. It is the most exciting way to design!

Speaker: Victoria Price

Presentation Two

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

The Magic Word:
Unlocking your Key to Connection, Communication, Collaboration, and Creativity

 WORKSHOP: In my workshop, I will share how I came to recognize that each of us has a specific way of moving through the world and understanding it. Knowing what this way is in each of us, and learning how to recognize it in others allows us all to work together at the level of our greatest potential. In this workshop, I will share how I came to understand this and then teach others how to find this in themselves and develop it as a means of better communication, collaboration, connection, and creativity.

Both of these presentations adress communication, learning to listen, developing new ways to approach conflict, and learning to see. Both show that we have all the tools we need to be the best at we do right where we need them -- within ourselves! It is inspiration to know that all we have to do is nurture our own best qualities in order to succeed. I hope these talks will encourage the audience to feel more hopeful when they experience difficulties, and to create regular practices that will help them do this.

Speaker: Victoria Price

 

About the Speaker:

Victoria Price is a designer, inspirational speaker, author and art consultant. She travels the world giving talks on a wide range of topics aimed at helping her audiences live a more connected, hopeful, joy-filled lives. Her blog, Daily Practice of Joy, helps her readers create their own joy practices, and her new book -- The Way of Being Lost: A Road Trip to Your Truest Self -- will be published by Ixia Press in February 2018. Victoria has appeared on Good Morning America, NPR, HGTV, and countless other televsion and radio programs. She is excitied to be returning to Sacramento to share these ideas, which she hopes will bring inspiration about design and living a more inspired authentic life for many years to come.

Presentation Three
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Boomer vs. Millennial
The Great Design Challenge!

The Baby Boomers and the Millennials are the largest demographic groups in history. There is an overabundance of data surrounding both segments. All of this information is difficult to understand and it is very confusion, to say the least. In this presentation we will break down a basic overview of both the Baby Boomer and Millennial demographic groups. How are they different and similar? Next, we will dive into consumer segments that will help us to form a deeper understanding of both of the demographic groups. We will discuss how to speak to these consumers. What is important to them? Lastly, we will review a few key trends that will be influencing the design decisions for both demographic groups in 2017 and 2018.

Speaker: Traci Kloos, CMG, CAPS

 

About the Speaker:

Traci Kloos is the Senior Design Manager on the Tarkett Residential Design team located in Cleveland, Ohio. She brings with her more than 19 years of design experience in the residential field. With a background in architecture and interior design, Traci began her career as a residential kitchen and bath designer in the St. Louis, Missouri market. She joined Masco, on the KraftMaid Cabinetry brand team, in 2000, as a designer with their design services group. In her 14 tenure, Traci moved into a Senior Designer position, where she spearheaded all photography, PR, and trade show booth designs for the brand, before taking on the role of managing the design services team. In 2009, she accepted a role as Senior Product Designer on the Masco Cabinetry team where she focused on color development, trend analysis and all new product design introductions for the KraftMaid brand. In January of 2014 she joined Tarkett, the largest manufacturer of resilient flooring products in the world. In her current position, Traci, along with the other members of the residential design team, collaborate on new designs, textures and colors for the residential flooring market. Traci also works with the Marketing team to enhance the value of the brand through color and design, tracks market trends and contributes to the brands social media campaign.

Traci sits on the Board of Directors of Color Marketing Group. CMG is an international association of color and design professionals that interpret, create, forecast, and select colors in order to enhance the function, salability and quality of manufactured goods. CMG’s major focus is to identify the direction of color and design trends. CMG members then interpret that information into salable colors for manufactured products across all industries.

Traci is also a Member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association and has participated of the Voices of the Industry educational series at the last two Kitchen and Bath Industry Shows as well as The International Surfaces Event in last Vegas earlier this year.

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Each presentation is eligible for 0.1 CEU.

This is an NKBA CA Capital Chapter Event.