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Careers In Textiles Symposium - Session 1
Session 1 Includes: Opening Remarks and Greyson Kirby presentation

What is a Career in Textiles? HGA’s two-day online symposium spotlights leading professional and industry trend setters, sharing their experiences and providing insights on the diverse and changing landscape of textiles and fiber art. The symposium is open to all, but is geared toward young professionals, recent graduates, and students.

HGA’s Zoom subscription permits up to 500 guests to view the program on the platform at any given time. Because this program is complimentary, registration does not guarantee entry into the Zoom, but it does provide you with two options for viewing the program. Registrants who are not able to login to Zoom may also watch the simultaneous broadcast live on HGA's Facebook page. A link will be provided in the registration confirmation email. These broadcasts are recorded, free to view, and open to all.

Mar 19, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Greyson Kirby
High-End Residential Design Consultant
Greyson Kirby is a designer, artist and writer living in Santa Barbara, California. She serves as a consultant within the high-end residential design industry creating private label collections of textiles and rugs. She developed a strong business acumen and deep understanding of the mechanics of product development working for companies like Ralph Lauren, Moore & Giles, Link and HOLLY HUNT, which allow her to seamlessly weave together the aesthetic goals of her clients with manufacturing sources around the globe and a keen understanding of marketing and distribution to make each product successful. Her passion for balancing the desires of aesthetically-driven designers and the needs of artisanal manufacturers has created a unique career path based on building relationships that focus on creating an ecosystem between makers, designers and consumers.