Designing for Social Justice 5 CEUs 12.06.19 - Register Now



ASID DC Metro has partnered with Design Arts Seminar to host a Full Day of CEUs. These CEUS will be accredited for ASID, AIA and IDCEC Members including those with special licenses for the District of Columbia and Maryland.
Onsite seats are limited and on a first come first serve basis. This program will also be broadcasted via Webinar for those unable to attend onsite.


9:30 AM Registration & Light Breakfast provided by Lutron
10:00 AM Equity by Design (IDCEC #106526)
11:15 AM Break
11:30 AM Equity by Design (IDCEC #106526)
12:00 PM Lunch provided by Lutron
1:00 PM Equity by Design (IDCEC #106526)
3:00 PM Break
3:30 PM Visitability: New Accessibility Code for Single Family Homes (IDCEC #105037)
4:30 PM Adjourn

Equity by Design (IDCEC #106526)
4 HSW CE Credits
Presenter Lynne Wilkinson
represented by Design Arts Seminars

"Designing for Social Justice" is about harnessing the power of design and architecture to tackle societal challenges. You may call it designing for the greater good or designing for positive change. Packed with examples of socially-conscious designs, tips, and insights, this seminar is a primer for architects and interior designers interested in leading the charge towards positive social change. If you want to use your skills to design ways - big and small - to bring dignity, hope, peace, equity, and freedom to those who need it most in your community or abroad, then we hope you'll take the first step and consider joining us to learn more. Still wondering why you should attend? Because design matters and your designs impact the world.
Visitability: New Accessibility Code for Single Family Homes (IDCEC #105037)
1 HSW CE Credit  AIA & IDCEC Approved
Presenter Lynne Wilkinson
represented by Design Arts Seminars

You think you don't need to know about accessibility for single family homes because no law or code requires it? Think again :-) A grassroots movement that started in Atlanta is spreading across the country and causing many local communities to adopt mandatory Visitability requirements for single family homes. Join us to learn about Visitability, what these requirements are, why the new codes are being adopted, and how it may affect your projects.


Lutron Washington, D.C.
Experience and Training Center

The Washington, D.C., Experience and Training Center is a showcase for energy-saving lighting control and shade technology. A working office, the experience center doubles as a training and conference facility as well.

Visitors to the center will see the full suite of expandable and wireless solutions at work to drive down operating costs and create a more pleasant and productive work environment.

Design Arts Seminars will be providing links to access webinar.
This will allows those that cannot attend in person to view webinar from there location on their electronic devices



Date and Time

12.06.19 limited on site seating but you can attend via webinar


Lutron Commercial Experience Center
455 Massachusetts Ave NW #770
Washington, DC 20001



Non-Member: $175
Member: $150 /$25 Students