In March 2017, I wrote a 10-page profile of Susan Mcleary for Florists' Review magazine's "Creativity" issue. It's this article that inspired me to invite Sue to be our Keynote speaker at the 2020 Slow Flowers Summit. Sue's personal story of seeking, claiming and boldly nurturing her creative process and practice as an artist will inspire and embolden everyone who hears her at the Summit. I wanted to share the original article (see link to six-page PDF below) and I encourage
CLICK HERE to Listen to Our Filoli Episode of the Slow Flowers Podcast For 2020, the SUMMIT returns to the West Coast with a strategic partnership with Filoli Historic House and Garden in Woodside, Calif., outside San Francisco. We are so excited for the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the beauty and legacy of this Bay Area cultural institution. Summit attendees, speakers, sponsors and guests will spend two full days experiencing the historic residence, as well as Filoli’
The Summit expands to 2-1/2 days of design inspiration, creative floral installations, branding insights and conversations about sustainable floristry | June 28-30, 2020 SEATTLE, WA (November 26, 2019) – Debra Prinzing, founder and creative director of Slow Flowers LLC, announced a new West Coast venue partnership and program details of the fourth annual SLOW FLOWERS SUMMIT, coinciding with the sixth American Flowers Week campaign.
"The SLOW FLOWERS SUMMIT serves the progres