While we’re still lining up entertainment, artists, vendors and exhibitors, so we’re offering Early Bird Registration for a limited time. As we start adding our highlights and line-up ticket prices will go up for this fundraiser so don’t wait, get your access to the largest design party in the Bay Area!
Kick-off of SF Design Week on June 20th at Pier 27 for a party on the waterfront with the theme of COMMUNITY. Thousands of designers converge on the pier for drinks, conversations and to explore our exhibitions and installations. This year we come together to celebrate design, innovation, community and the actions we can take together to make this world a better place.
Swiss Designer Adrien Rovero “Shore” Installation presented by PCH and SFDW with the support of Swissnex
Marpi Digital Interactive Installation
in partnership with Britelite Immersive
CommUNITY International Exhibit + Live Auction
Over 100 artists from around the world created original artifacts for this years theme. Have fun outbidding your friends and take a limited edition piece home with you!
Weaving, Stitching and Coding
An exhibition about the intersection of art + tech curated by Christine Duval
The exhibit refers to the idea that jacquard loom (tapestry) is the ancestor of the punch cards and ultimately to the binary code (digital and generative work).
Confirmed artists: Clive McCarthy, Beth Howe, James Lanahan, Kira Dominguez Hultgren, Windy Chien, Tara de la Garza
Waiting for confirmation: Lia Cook, Guillermo Bert, JD Beltran and Laura Splan.
More details about interactive experiences, installations and exhibitors being released soon!
Cash bar and scrumptious bites from Off the Grid will be available for purchase. Your ticket gives you entrance to the event, access to the installations and hang with thousands of your design community peers.
Opening Night is a fundraiser for San Francisco Design Week. All ticket proceeds go directly supporting its continued efforts to create community through timely, relevant and impactful design programming in the San Francisco Bay Area.