By Angela Peavy
The Saugatuck Center for the Arts’ Intriguing Conversation Series reboots for 2017 with a new morning time. Starting Tuesday, Jan. 24, from 8 – 9:15 a.m. for a cup of coffee, breakfast nibbles, and a forward look at work spaces of the future at the SCA, located at 400 Culver St., Saugatuck.
Michelle Kleyla, manager of corporate marketing at Haworth and Shawn Stenberg, workplace solutions strategist for Haworth’s Bluescape technology talk about the melding of furniture, architecture, and technology to create work spaces that feel more like home spaces. They’ll also discuss how successfully merging all three segments can enable people to maximize performance and truly enjoy being at work.
“We’re very excited to move “Intriguing Conversations” to this new morning time slot,” said SCA Executive Director Kristin Armstrong. “This gives people an opportunity to start their day with creative conversation and networking. Michelle and Shawn will give us a fascinating sneak peek of how our work lives will change in the next five years because of the intersection of technology and office or home spaces.”
For more information on this free event, visit sc4a.org or call 269-857-2399.