An Anti-Patriarchy Approach to Design Practice

In this conversation between Randy Higgins, Senior Environments Designer with The Felt Hat and Satya Doyle Byock, Director of the Salome Institute of Jungian Studies, we’ll take a deep dive into the practice of design through examining Carl Jung’s "Red Book" and Hilma af Klint’s "The Paintings for the Temple" from the early 20th century -- both intentionally left un-published in their lifetimes.

Now recently published, both works offer enhanced understanding of methods beyond patriarchy’s influence on contemporary design practice and process. They help answer the question "How can the Feminine be invited into design?"

This conversation will include audience engagement organically. Coffee, tea and light snacks will be offered as we believe the body and the soul should always be invited into the room...

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Saturday, April 13, 2019


The Felt Hat

Strategic design firm. We help residential, business and cultural clients with their print, digital, building and environmental projects