The Atlanta Decorative Arts Center’s yearly event series Discover ADAC will run through October 1, boasting a packed roster of expert-studded panels, parties, product launches and openings. Top panel discussion picks include “Decoding Design for Millennials,” featuring designers James Wheeler of J. Wheeler Designs, Tami Ramsay of Cloth & Kind and Tammy Connor of Tammy Connor Interior Design, with Dering Hall editorial director Carly Sullivan moderating; Architectural Digest editor in chief Margaret Russell and Nate Berkus’s keynote on the designer’s recent home renovation; and “Color, Collecting + Craftsmanship for the Next Generation,” with Lindsey Coral Harper of Lindsey Coral Harper Interior Design, Chad James of Chad James Group, Margaret Kirkland of Margaret Kirkland Interiors and Mallory Mathison Glenn of Mallory Mathison Inc.
In “New, Now, Next: Looking Forward to the Future of Design,” keynote speaker Robert Leleux will highlight trends and explore young designers’ work, and the presentation will be followed by a Holland & Company meet-and-greet-lunch. In “Social Grace: Networking in Today’s Design World,” moderator Tori Mellott and Tilton Fenwick’s Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham will discuss social media, marketing and licensing.
A digital offering that’s now in its second year, the virtual showhouse "Wired & Inspired," presented by Dering Hall, will launch in tandem with Discover ADAC. The showhouse will spotlight the mood boards of 10 of the Southeast’s top designers. Learn more.
Register for individual panels and check out the full event guide here.