Local Design Events
Here’s your guide to the very best design events happening in NYC and beyond.
From Harlem to Greenwich, Fieldston to Bushwick, New York City designers meet frequently to share ideas and inspiration. And we’ve got the inside information on when and where.
New York City’s designers are always gathering to praise, grow from, and take part in the creativity that flows through the city that never sleeps. It’s a creativity that stems from diversity and individuality, from a multitude of cultures and differing points of view.
We love this about NYC. We adore the melting pot of thought and expression that flourishes here. We love that the art community is so committed to distributing their ideas, and that they work not only with one another but also with the world. And we especially love that the next big thing—the next great obscure evolution in design, art, and accessibility to art—is happening right here, right now. It just may be hiding in a run-down nonprofit gallery or lurking within a young artist, about to be discovered.
We invite you to join New York City’s design community and find vision and design events right where you live.
This is what makes New York City the haven for design and art that it is. And this is why, as architects, designers, students, and contractors, we enjoy creating in this great city.
We propose that you become a part of New York City’s design community and find inspiration right where you reside—right in Queens or Manhattan or Long Island. We invite you to meet like-minded peers and make the connections that will make your business. And we invite you to open yourself up, to see something new. Something motivating. Something different.
Our design experts have determined the most inspiring and invigorating events going on in NYC, from galleries to lectures, grand openings to live performances. Look what’s on our curated list, and see what’s taking place in your neighborhood—or the next.
The Park Avenue Armory will hold an impressive display of artistic expression and design inspiration for the annual Salon Art + Design event.