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DESIGN TIMES FEBRUARY, 2011 Lone Star College Kingwood

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VOL #3 ISSUE #1 Interior Design Student Chapter Newsletter by: Gabriella Cano

WELCOME NEW STUDENT MEMBERS

Greetings

everyone! On behalf of the LSC-Kingwood Interior Design Student Chapter, we would like to welcome all our new student members. Our student chapter encompasses professional organizations such as the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), International Interior Design Association (IIDA), and NEWH-The Hospitality Industry Network. Our Chapter is dedicated to promote design excellence and demonstrate the value of professionalism. We provide opportunities for students to network with members of the design industry through monthly guest speakers. At our monthly meetings, held on the second Tuesday of every month, you will be kept up to date with the latest trends in design as well as information about upcoming professional events. VISIT THESE WEBSITES TO LEARN THE BENEFITS OF BECOMING A STUDENT MEMBER.

"LONE STAR COLLEGE-KINGWOOD THE FUTURE OF DESIGN...PLAN ON IT!"

WWW.ASID.ORG WWW.NKBA.ORG WWW.IIDA.ORG WWW.NEWH.ORG.

The students at Lone Star College Kingwood decided it was time to update their Student Chapter t-shirt and had a contest for all the students to participate in! The winner of the contest will have their design printed on the new batch of t-shirts. The winner was Denise Josey. Great job!

FOR INFORMATION ON UPCOMING EVENTS PLEASE REFER TO OUR BULLETIN BOARD IN CLB 112

PLEASE REMEMBER TO JOIN OUR MAILING LIST AT: LSC.INTERIORDESIGN@GMAIL.COM AND BECOME OUR FRIEND ON FACEBOOK @ HTTP://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/KINGWOODTX/LONE-STAR-COLLEGE-KINGWOOD-INTERIORDESIGN/353788211351?REF=TS

FOR

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR PROGRAM PLEASE CONTACT ANY OF OUR OFFICERS OR FACULTY ADVISOR.


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Bowling for $$ Foundation Fundraiser

ASID Texas Gulf Coast Chapter held its first annual Bowl for the Foundation Fundraiser on November 16, 2010. This was an ASID TGCC fundraising first to raise profits for the foundation. It was also a great networking social for ASID industry partner's, students, and designers. The bowling fundraiser was a blast and a great opportunity!!

In attendance was Megan Rosenquist Bowling- First Place High Score Student

CONGRATULATIONS FALL 2010 GRADUATES

LSC-Kingwood Interior Design Student, Megan Rosenquist. Miss Rosenquist stated, "I had lots of fun and enjoyed meeting other Industry Partners and Designers. It was a great occasion to get to socialize with other students as well". A raffle was held at the end of the evening where amazing prizes that included gifts of art, services, and gift certificates to various industry partners' stores were awarded. Megan's team won Second Place Overall Team and Megan herself won First Place High Score Student. Great job Megan!

In recognition of our graduates' accomplishments, the student chapter held a celebration dinner at a local restaurant, Italiano's, where several students and family members attended. To spark some holiday cheer, the group also participated in the white elephant exchange. . SECOND PLACE OVERALL TEAM

REMINDER

Officer elections will be held in April. Please refer to our bulletin board in CLB112 for list of positions and descriptions.

Congratulations to our raffle winners at February 2011 Student Chapter Meeting! Wendy William – Gift Bag Charline Thomas– ASID T-shirt Janis Thompson– ASID T-shirt Jennifer Brammer– Fleece Blanket


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CLUBS OF CONGRESS

On February 11, 2010 the Congress of clubs met for its semester meeting. The organization delegate, Megan Rosenquist attended and spoke on the behalf of our organization. At the club she had the pleasure to hear what was going on in other organizations of campus. Many of the clubs were familiar and there were also a few new ones.

At the meeting there is an overall consensus that many of the clubs want to get to know the other clubs and want to socialize and network amongst each other. Many of the organizations would also like to work together and help out with many community projects. With that statement it was brought up that maybe a networking and social meeting should be held. More information about what is going on campus and clubs is obtained by attending the Student Government meetings, but many of the clubs want a more informal event. The student government also urged for more student body and club representation at the Student Government meetings which are held every other Thursday (unless campus-wide special events are scheduled) at 12:30pm in COT 100.

The last topic that was discussed was for the creation of a student committee that would collaborate on doing unique things in the community. It would be a committee outreach program, that would participate in town hall meetings and discuss ideas and programs that would branch into the local community. This committee is to be composed of individuals who want to reach out and connect with the community and show all the LSC-Kingwood has to offer and more. The first Student Open Forum committee meeting will be this Wednesday, February 16, 2011. It will be held from 1:30pm to 2:30pm. For more information send kingwood.sga@lonestar.edu

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GUEST SPEAKERS Each month our student chapter has the opportunity of being introduced to talented professionals in the design field. We were honored to have Diana Walker, former ASID President of the Texas Gulf Coast, speak to us about her professional experiences and tips for success including money, leadership, marketing, education, and employment. Our chapter even participated in a group demonstration to learn about various aspects of the design business. One piece of advice that will truly be our guidance will to remember to "bring a skill to a firm that you can leave behind and leave an impact". Our student chapter also had the pleasure of meeting with Valerie Jones, a commercial and residential designer who owns her own company Ivory and Aubergine. During her presentation, our chapter viewed her design portfolio which included pictures of previous works such as designs of Rockdale High School, and her current project, San Jacinto College. Valerie Jones was also able to connect with the chapter on a different level in explaining the transition from school to the real world. Suzie Williford has served the Decorative Hardware and Plumbing industry in Texas since 1975. She has been a member of the NKBA since 1978 and has held a position on the Board of Directors since 2001. She served on the National Speakers Bureau and has been invited to speak at colleges, showrooms, design centers and conventions. An active member of numerous trade and community organizations, Williford is Vice President of Sales at Kiva Kitchen and Bath in Houston, Texas. Suzie Williford also help our program become NKBA accredited!

Diana Walker

Suzie Willford.

Valerie Jones


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NEWH

At

the National Business Meeting, the NEWH Houston Student Chapter was acknowledged to have the best student membership. Wendy Williams

Alexis Murphy

Rachel Mancill

Denise Josey

GOOD LUCK DESIGNERS!

Our

chapter would like to recognize IIDA's 2011 Product Runway LSCKingwood design team: Densie Josey, Alexis Murphy, Rachel Macill, and Wendy Williams. With the help of two sponsors, they will use their creativity for products to construct a garment out of one hard good and one soft good. This year provides a concept of "Remix" with themes based on music genres. Good Luck design team!! We cannot wait to see your creation walk down the runway at the Verizon Theature on May 5th.

In

appreciation, there will be a student day held at the Decorative Center on March 25th.

For information regarding the Dallas Market please contact Alexis Murphy at mariposaon1@hotmail.com

ASID SHOW HOUSE

Lone Star College –Kingwood is participating in the 2011 ASID Show House benefitting Memorial Hermann Children’s hospital. This year’s group of student designers will be creating a unique utility room that is multifunctional and fits the hill country theme of the model home. The concept for the space is, “Crystal Clean” and the concept statement is as follows: A warm and elegant utility room will be created through the use of neutral colors and a mixture of metallic elements. Stainless steel, bronze, and crystal will contribute to the modernized hill country feel of the home. The functional, multi-use space will meet the unique needs of each household member.

The following students are participating led by Faculty Advisor Marilyn Magnant: Tara McGuffin, Megan Rosenquist, Laura Avila, Nicole Mathews, Christie Alford, Chandra Golding.


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