Sharing bold ideas and lessons that both educate and inspire from leading forward-thinkers
Providing honest, open conversations between industry-leading entrepreneurs
Teaching critical industry information to attendees while outlining how they can enhance their own businesses
Giving unprecedented access to extraordinary experts ready to help tackle attendees’ current business struggles
Surrounded by the beauty of the Heath Ceramics factory kilns and workspace, Nearly Impossible will commence for a day of inspiring talks, panels, workshops, and more.
Heath Ceramics is one of the few remaining mid-century American potteries still in existence today. With a team of over sixty crafts-people, they produce high quality, durable pieces that blur the line between everyday objects and family heirlooms. Today, over sixty years later, Heath Ceramics is considered among the most enduring examples of mid-century design. Found in restaurants, homes, and museums worldwide, the Heath name is synonymous with simple, functional and thoughtfully designed tableware and tile.
From Heath: “We know there’s a certain kind of magic that happens when you bring people together. Ideas shift. Relationships form. Energy builds. Big things start to take shape. We’re so lucky to have this amazing space in San Francisco and to have the ability to bring people together, show great work, and inspire creativity.”
We couldn’t be more excited to host Nearly Impossible in such a special space.
2900 18th Street,
San Francisco, CA 94110
Look for the orange awnings + HEATH sign. The entrance is halfway down 18th Street.
Street parking is available in the areas surrounding the factory.