How is technology changing creative industries within lifestyle categories like home, food, fashion and health? Join us at Re:Make, a new experience designed to connect makers of all types — artisans, chefs, designers, developers and inventors — with one another. Come to connect, learn, and discuss how digital innovations are revolutionizing the way we make.
For two days, you’ll have the chance to join us for makers’ workshops and inspirational discussions, while also getting to see, shop and even re-create the work of some of our very favorite artisans.
Throughout the first day of Re:Make, speakers like 3D printing guru Chris Anderson, tech expert Randi Zuckerberg, and HGTV’s Emily Henderson will join us to talk about how technology is revolutionizing creative work. From fashion to food, and DIY to home, we’ll explore how tech is changing and enabling each of these industries.
We’ve also teamed up with Pinterest to bring Re:Make to life online. We’ll be pinning the best Re:Make ideas before the event, and throughout both days. As part of the agenda on day one, we’ll also host a panel with top pinners like Joy Cho, a Brit Pick and the founder of Oh Joy!.
Here’s a sampling the speakers who will be joining us. More will be announced over the coming weeks!
Chris Anderson, CEO of 3D Robotics and Founder of DIY Drones
Emily Henderson, Winner of HGTV Design Star and Host of Secrets from a Stylist
Randi Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media
Maxine Bédat, Co-Founder of Zady
Joy Deangdeelert Cho, Founder and Editor of Oh Joy!
Bridget Dolan, Vice President of Digital Marketing at Sephora
Jennifer Hyman, Founder and CEO of Rent the Runway
Susan Gregg Koger, Co-Founder of ModCloth
Melody McCloskey, Founder and CEO of StyleSeat
Aubrie Pagano, Founder and CEO of Bow & Drape
Jonathan Pogash, The Cocktail Guru
Michael Mina, Chef and Restaurateur
Ayah Bdeir, Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Little Bits
Susan Feldman, Co-Founder & Chief Merchandising Officer of One Kings Lane
Caitlin Flemming Interior & Lifestyle Blogger & Social Media Expert of Sacramento Street
Jess Lee, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Polyvore
Christine Martinez, Blogger & Pinner of Miles to Style
The audience members will be just as noteworthy. We’ll be hosting over 200 makers, artists, designers, chefs and inventors who are inspiring a new generation to create.
Day two of Re:Make is open to anyone with a creative side. This day is absolutely free and open to the general public. Artisans and makers from across the country will join together to teach hands-on workshops ranging from 3D printing to jewelry making. A large number of makers will also set up pop-up shops so that you can buy their beautiful handmade goods.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the 100 artisans who will showcase their work.
Half Hitch Goods
Sweet Lady Cook
Yield Design Co.
Upper Metal Class
Scout & Whistle
Materials + Process
Bird of Virtue
Day one is by invitation only. You can request an invite here: http://remake2013.com/invite/, and snag an early pass for Day 2 here: http://remake2013.com/.
There will also be giveaways on Brit.co for passes to Day 1, check out http://www.brit.co/remake2013/ to learn more.