You’re Invited to Atomicdust’s St. Louis Design Week Events

You’re Invited to Atomicdust’s St. Louis Design Week Events

It’s one our favorite times of the year: St. Louis Design Week.

Every fall, local creatives ascend on the city’s creative hotspots (agencies, studios and hangouts) to share ideas, experiences and insights. It’s a chance to explore St. Louis design agencies, meet other designers, copywriters, developers, strategists, brand managers, creative directors and more, to make connections, learn about what else is going on in the local scene and boost your own skills.

This year, we’re excited to host two events.


“Design Disruptors” Screening at Brennan’s Work & Leisure

On Wednesday, October 13, we’re hosting a free screening of the documentary “Design Disruptors.” Created by the team at InVision, the film explores how businesses like Mailchimp, Google and Airbnb (among many others) have used design as a strategic advantage—and overturned their industries in the process.

Watch the film’s trailer:

We’ll have movie snacks available for all guests, and Brennan’s will have a cash bar available. The event starts at 6:30, with the screening at 7 p.m. To keep everyone safe, masks are required.

RSVP for the free screening


Atomicdust Studio Tour

We’re opening the doors of our office on Thursday, October 14, for designers, design students and other local creatives to come take a tour, see some recent work and meet our team! Of course, we’ll also have some snacks and drinks to share while we hang out and talk St. Louis design. No RSVP required, but while you’re in the neighborhood, you can check out some of the other studio tours happening later in the day!


Email [email protected] if you have any questions, and we’ll see you there!



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Blaise Hart-Schmidt

Blaise Hart-Schmidt

Blaise’s path to digital marketing began in journalism and took a detour through public relations.

Passionate about storytelling in any medium, her experience with writing, design, strategy and digital marketing combine to help clients build strong marketing plans.

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