Please join the IIDA Oregon Chapter for the June Membership Happy Hour at Freeland Spririts, Portland’s new craft distillery. This is a unique opportunity to tour and learn about the award winning interior design by Open Studio Collective. Freeland Spirits will also share their story and process for creating delicious spirits. Enjoy hand crafted spirit tastings and small bites in the beautiful Freeland tasting room. Minors are welcome and will enjoy non-alcoholic tasting options.
About Freeland Spirits
Freeland is named after [founder Jill Kuehler’s] Meemaw (that’s what we call grandmas in Texas) Freeland, who never touched a drop of booze in her life but taught me that all good things come from scratch. And that women can be anything they want.
Freeland Spirits celebrates the women of the craft. From the gals who grow the grain, to those who run the still, we’re creating superior spirits that celebrate all the Northwest has to offer.
About IIDA Oregon
The IIDA Oregon Chapter is comprised of over 275 members and provides a full calendar of diverse programs and events. The IIDA Oregon Chapter helps promote and enhance the profession of Interior Design with the following events:
- Design Excellence Competition and Awards
- Annual Design Crawl
- Fall Kickoff Student Events
- Student Design Charette Competition
- NCIDQ Roundtable and Mock Practicum Session
- Annual Celebration and Fundraiser
- Professional Development Forums
- Educational Forums
- Membership Appreciation Event
- Sponsorship Appreciation Event
- Events supporting the IDC Oregon Legislative Coalition
Our chapter has an active voice in the community, maintaining communication with our membership through our website, weekly updated blog, social media, and electronic correspondence. The chapter also reaches out to prospective members, industry partners, and members of other design associations. This collaboration enables the IIDA Oregon chapter to increase interest and participation in chapter events while providing our members with additional opportunities to get involved in their community.
Cover image courtesy IIDA Oregon.