WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22

5:00-7:00pm  Welcome Cocktail Reception at the La Boca. Early registration available and recommended at the reception.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23

8:30-9:00       Check in and coffee service, Museum of International Folk Art

9:00-9:30       Welcome and Summit Introduction, Pamela Kelly, Vice President of Licensing, Museum of New Mexico Foundation

9:30-10:10     Ace & Jig: A Textile Story,  Jenna Wilson & Cary Vaughan, Co Founders, Ace & Jig

10:20-11:00   Design Success - It's All in the Story, Deborah Palmer Keiser, VP Supply Chain, Sundance Catalog

11:10-11:55   Color + Design Vision 2017, Royce Epstein, Director, Design Segment, Mohawk Group

12:00-1:00     Lunch provided on site at Museum Hill Cafe

1:05-1:50      Fiber to Fiber Responsibility: Patagonia’s Approach to the Circular Economy, Kourtney Morgan, Lead Designer, Patagonia and
                     Nellie Cohen, Worn Wear Program Manager, Patagonia

2:00-5:00       Collections Tours: Museum of International Folk Art and Museum of Indian Arts & Culture.

2:00-5:00       Hands on Workshops in the Atrium. Enjoy one, or both, while the collection's tours are underway.

                            1) Indigo Dyeing Project with Nigerian Master Dyer, Gasali Adeyamo
                            2) Lace Making Demonstration and Activity with Enchanted Lacemakers (lace-making guild)

7:00-11:00    Private Dinner, Live Music and Dancing at La Posada de Santa Fe ballroom.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24

9:00-9:30      Check in and coffee service, Museum of International Folk Art

9:30-10:15    Hemp/New Materials Partnerships, Joe Schroeder and Lora Smith, Big Switch Farm + Adele Stafford, Voices of Industry

10:30-11:30  Overview/Breakthroughs in Best of Industry, Paul Makovsky, Editor, Metropolis Magazine

11:30-11:45   Closing Remarks, Pamela Kelly

12:00-12:30Closing Ceremony - Native American Dance Performances