In/Visible Talks 2019
601 19th St, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA
Join us on January 17th, 2019 for the second annual In/Visible Talks conference in San Francisco. In/Visible Talks is an event for designers and creative thinkers across a wide range of disciplines to engage in conversation about the art of design.
Refresh your thinking and reframe your creative process with a day dedicated to insightful conversation, new ideas, and creative community. Your ticket also includes free passes to various SF art fairs and museums, access to a hosted happy hour after the talks, and a sweet swag bag.
We’re excited to host a talented group of speakers at this year’s conference that have been carefully selected based on their time in the industry and the lessons they learned along the way.
Anjelika Temple, Chief Creative Officer and Founding Partner of Brit + Co
Aundre Larrow, Photographer
Bryony Gomez-Palacio, Principal / Co-founder of UnderConsideration
Carissa Potter, Artist and Cofounder of People I’ve Loved
Jackie Bates, Photography Director at The California Sunday Magazine
Laurie Rosenwald, Artist, Designer and Mistakes on Purpose Workshop Holderer
Leo Jung, Creative Director at The California Sunday Magazine and Pop-Up Magazine
Randy Hunt, Head of Design at Artsy
Yael Braha, Multimedia Director at Moment Factory
For more information on the In/Visible Project and its founders, Arianna Orland and Dava Guthmiller, visit our website.
Early Bird Tickets, $350
Full Price, $450
On Sale September 24, 2018 - January 10, 2019
Last Minute, $500
On Sale January 10 - January 17, 2019
*Conference tickets are good for admission to the event on January 17, 2019. The workshops hosted on January 18th require a separate and a specific registration.
We’ll be hosting an additional day of workshops on January 18th to get you out of your comfort zone and keep the inspiration flowing. Come get your hands dirty with us!
Morning Session - $150
Feedback: The Gift You Keep on Receiving (and Giving)
facilitated by Josh Silverman
9am - 12pm at 1616 16th Street, San Francisco
In this lively and engaged workshop, we will explore and practice what it means to give and receive effective and actionable feedback. We’ll look at the four types of feedback, what it means to remove ego from the conversation, and methods to navigate conflict specifically around feedback. Participants are invited to a safe, learning environment in which to practice and learn from each other.
Afternoon Session - $150
How to Make Mistakes On Purpose: The Workshop
facilitated by Laurie Rosenwald
1:30pm - 4:30pm at 1616 16th Street, San Francisco
In every job, one wants to move forward, be creative. We all want to make good stuff, but when you try real, real hard and focus on being “good” this creates stress. Patterns are repeated: we know how to get good results, we get the same ones all the time! Computers, we all use them and computers don’t make mistakes. Too bad, because mistakes are where newness and freshness comes from. Out of the blue.
In this workshop, we get out of our own way - there’s no problem-solving, no critique, and no way to fail. You will surprise yourself and everybody else. Also, it’s just plain fun. People invent new things, and have unexpected ideas. That is what it’s for.
Both Sessions - $280
*Workshop tickets DO NOT include admission to the conference on January 17th. Each workshop requires a specific registration.
Do you offer any discounts on tickets?
Get in touch for more information about group tickets, student, and independent creative discounts by reaching out to email@example.com
If I bought a conference ticket do I get to go to the workshops?
Workshop tickets DO NOT include admission to the conference on January 17th. Each workshop requires a specific registration.
How accessible is the venue?
Wheelchair access, elevator and handicap restrooms are available at the venue. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have further questions.
Can I receive a ticket refund if I change my mind?
We offer a full refund up to November 1st, 2018. A processing fee of $100 per ticket will apply to all refunds.
Can I transfer my ticket to a friend or colleague?
Yes! Keep in mind all transfer requests must be made in writing. No transfer will be accepted after December 17, 2018.
Workshop - Feedback: The Gift You Keep on Receiving (and Giving)
Workshop - How to Make Mistakes on Purpose