A Better World by Design Conference at Brown University & Rhode Island School of Design.

Via Kate Bartolotta
on Sep 21, 2012
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Next weekend, I will be heading to Providence to listen to and learn from some amazing minds at A Better World by Design.

Each year, A Better World by Design brings a global community of innovators to Providence, Rhode Island to reach across disciplines and unite under a common goal: building a better world.

Internationally acclaimed and led completely by students, ABWxD creates a multidisciplinary community; engineers, architects, industrial designers, graphic designers, educators and many others come together to discuss their work and share their ideas.

This year’s conference, the fifth annual A Better World by Design conference, will be held September 28-30 in Providence, RI!

For three days, speakers will share engaging stories, workshops will teach creative skills and discussions will re-frame perspectives around sustainable and socially responsible design.

In celebration of the fifth anniversary, there will be many exciting new forms of creative content as well as extraordinary opportunities to mingle with fellow conference-goers.


Join the Better World community for three days of collaboration and inspiration! Learn more visiting the ABWxD website and registering today.

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About Kate Bartolotta

Kate Bartolotta is a wellness cheerleader, yogini storyteller, and self-care maven. She also writes for Huffington Post, Yoga International, Mantra Yoga+ Health, a beauty full mind, The Good Men Project, The Green Divas, The Body Project, Project Eve, Thought Catalog and Soulseeds. Kate's books are now available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com. She is passionate about helping people fall in love with their lives. You can connect with Kate on Facebook and Instagram.


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