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spring 2013 ICPS bulletin


ICPS SPRING 2013 CONTENTS ICPS Schedule at a Glance.........................................................................2 Introduction to Interior Design...............................................................4 Graphic Communication & Technology............................................5 Professional Exam Preparation...............................................................7 Professional Development.........................................................................8 Design History..................................................................................................11 Art, Design & Craft.........................................................................................12 Special Programs.............................................................................................14 Courses for Academic Credit....................................................................21 Registration.........................................................................................................24 General Information.......................................................................................24 Refund Policy......................................................................................................25 Tuition & Fees.....................................................................................................25 Spring 2013 Calendar....................................................................................26 Weekend Schedule..........................................................................................26 Registration Form............................................................................................27

TO REACH US Please feel free to contact us for more information. New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) Institute for Continuing & Professional Studies (ICPS) mail  N YSID ICPS 170 East 70 Street New York, NY 10021 phone 212. 472.1500 ext 310 email ICPS@nysid.edu web www.nysid.edu/icps


INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES (ICPS) Whether you are an established design professional, new to the field, or just interested in exploring a career in interior design, NYSID offers a wide range of classes in all aspects of interior design and its related fields. We offer noncredit workshops, undergraduate courses for credit, and professional development classes carrying CEUs and LUs, all taught by NYSID’s accomplished faculty of interior designers, architects, visual artists, and art and design historians. Founded in 1916 and chartered by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York in 1924, the New York School of Interior Design is New About the New York York City’s only private, not-for-profit college School of Interior Design dedicated to the field of interior design. NYSID offers three undergraduate degree programs, the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design (BFA), the Bachelor of Arts in the History of the Interior and the Decorative Arts (BA), and the Associate in Applied Science in Interior Design (AAS). A one-year, non-degree certificate program in Basic Interior Design (BID) is also offered.

The College’s graduate programs include a professionallevel Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design (MFA-1) program, a post-professional Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design (MFA-2) program, and three Master of Professional Studies programs in Sustainable Interior Environments (MPS-S), Interior Lighting Design (MPS-L), and Healthcare Interior Design (MPS-H). NYSID is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and is a candidate for accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). NYSID’s BFA is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA), the federally recognized accrediting organization for programs in interior design. ICPS Spring 2013

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ICPS SPRING 2013 SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

JANUARY LOCATION

CE050 Introduction to Interior Design NYSID 6 Sessions, Mon., Jan. 28 - March 11 170 East 70 St. CE410A Basic 2D Drafting Using AutoCAD 8 Sessions, Wed., Jan. 23 - March 13 CE410B Basic 2D Drafting Using AutoCAD 8 Sessions, Sat., Jan. 26 - March 16 CE412 MAC Users: Basic 2D Drafting Using AutoCAD for Macs 7 Sessions, Sat., Jan. 26 - March 9 CE413 3D Modeling and Rendering Using AutoCAD 7 Sessions, Sat., Jan. 26 - March 9 CE745 Residential Lighting: Theatrical Lighting Strategies 1 Session, Mon., Jan. 28

NYDC 200 Lexington Ave. The D&D Building 979 Third Ave.

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FEBRUARY

MARCH

APRIL

CE056 NCIDQ Exam Review 3 Sessions, Sat. & Sun. , Feb. 23. March 2 & 3

CE184 Understanding Fabric Selection for Ctommercial and Healthcare Applications 1 Session, Sat., March 16

CE050 Introduction to Interior Design 6 Sessions, Mon., April 1 - May 6

CE348 DIY Photo Basics for Designers 1 Session, Wed., Feb 6 CE411 Intermediate 2D Drafting Using AutoCAD 6 Sessions; Fri., Feb. 1 - March 8

CE318 Discover Branding & Graphic Design 8 Sessions, Sat., March 9 May 4

CE127 One Day Trip: Winterthur 1 Session, Wed., April 3 CE143A “CollectingDESIGN” 10 Sessions, Tues., April 30 - July 2

CE143B “CollectingDESIGN” 10 Sessions, Mon., April 29 - July 8 CE414 MAC Users: Intermediate 2D CE431 A Introduction to Photoshop: (no session 5/27) Drafting Using AutoCAD Level I for Mac’s CE182 Artistic Splendor of the 1 Session, Sat., Feb. 9 7 Sessions, Sat., March 16 Middle East May 11 (no session 3/30) CE435 Google SketchUp I: Introduction 1 Session, Fri., April 12 3 Sessions, Sat., Feb. 2 - Feb. 16 CE403 Quick Sketching Techniques CE430 Introduction to Revit CE650 Inside the Commercial Transaction 1 Session, Fri., Feb. 1

8 Sessions, Sat., March 16 May 11 (no session 3/30)

CE436 Google SketchUp II: Intermediate CE651 Leases, Commission Agreements 3 Sessions, Wed., March 5 - 19 and Fair Housing 1 Session, Fri., Feb. 8 CE454 Chinese Calligraphy Workshop CE652 Dictionary of Commercial Leases 6 Sessions, March 5 - April 23 1 Session, Fri., Feb. 15 CE746 Residential Lighting: Basic Lighting Calculations 1 Session, Mon., Feb. 11

CE533 Residential Lighting: Illuminating the Kitchen 1 Session, Mon., March 18

for Interiors 6 Sessions, Mon., April 8 - May 13

CE431B Introduction to Photoshop: Level I 1 Session, Sat., April 13 CE437 Google SketchUp III: Advanced 3 Sessions, Wed., April 2 - 16 CE453 Introduction to Folding Paper 6 Sessions, Mon., April 8 - May 13 CE507 Insider’s Guide to the A & D Building 1 Session, Sat., April 26 CE600 Flora Domestica: Design with Flowers to Enhance Interior Spaces 1 Session, Sat., April 13 CE750 Prep Workshop: LEED Green Associate Exam 4 Sessions, Wed., March 13 April 10 (no class 3/27) 040 Pre-College Program 6 Sessions, Sat., April 6 - May 11

CE185 Designing Holistic Interiors 1 Session, Thurs., Feb. 21

CE187 How to Develop a New Line of Textiles 1 Session, Thurs., March 21

CE183 Using Passementerie to Dress Your Designs 1 Session, Tues., Feb. 19

CE189 Understanding Textiles Fibers CE186 Modern Meets Its Match for Contract Interiors 1 Session, Tues., April 16 1 Session, Tues., March 19

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CE188 Interior Reflections 1 Session, Thurs., April 18

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INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR DESIGN CE050

Introduction to Interior Design

6 sessions CE050-A Mon., 2 – 4 pm Jan. 28 – March 11 (no class on Feb. 18) CE 050-B Mon., 2 – 4 pm April 1 – May 6 CE 050-K Mon., 6 – 8 pm Jan. 28 – March 11 (no class on Feb. 18) CE 050-L Mon., 6 – 8 pm April 1 – May 6 Fee: $660 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

IS INTERIOR DESIGN RIGHT FOR YOU?

This course is intended for people considering a career change to interior design. It provides a broad introduction to the profession and an overview of the education required. Through class discussions and a short design project, students will be exposed to a range of topics including basic design elements, the use and application of color, space planning, selection of furniture, finishes, and textiles, and design resources. Instructors: Michael Buchanan, Randi Halpern, Don Kossar, Valerie Mead

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GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY CE410

Basic 2D Drafting Using AutoCAD

8 sessions CE410-A Wed., Jan. 23 –March 13, 9 am – 12 pm CE410-B Sat., Jan. 26– March 16, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm 2.2 CEUs; 22 LUs Fee: $816 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

CE412

MAC USERS: Basic 2D Drafting Using AutoCAD for Macs

7 sessions Sat., Jan. 26 – March 9, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm 2.0 CEUs; 20 LUs Fee: $740 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

It’s not too late to learn AutoCAD! Specifically designed for interior designers, this course covers basic drafting of plans, elevations, and details using AutoCAD. Hands-on practice and small class size allow students to become competent in basic AutoCAD and 2D digital drafting. Instructors: Johnny

It’s not too late to learn AutoCAD! Specifically designed for interior designers using Macs, this course will cover basic drafting of plans, elevations, and details using AutoCAD for Mac 2012. Hands-on practice and small class size allow students to become competent in basic AutoCAD and 2D digital drafting. Instructor: Dan Friedman

CE411

CE413

Lee, Rose Castillo

Intermediate 2D Drafting Using AutoCAD

6 sessions Fri., Feb. 1 – March 8, 9:30 am – 1 pm 2.0 CEUs; 20 LUs Fee: $740 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Now that you’ve conquered the preliminaries, it’s time to become proficient in intermediate level 2D drafting using AutoCAD. This course reviews basic drafting of plans, elevations and details, and covers the next level of skills. Small class size and in class practice time with instructor allow students to master intermediate CAD. Instructor: Dan Friedman

3D Modeling & Rendering Using AutoCAD

7 sessions Sat., Jan. 26 – March 9, 2 – 5 pm 2.0 CEUs; 20 LUs Fee: $740 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Students with advanced experience in 2D AutoCAD will gain an understanding of 3D space in AutoCAD. Topics include objects and modeling concepts, surfaces and solids, perspective and axonometric views, applying materials to models, and other key elements. Instructor: Dan Friedman

CE414

MAC USERS: Intermediate 2D Drafting Using AutoCAD for Macs

7 sessions Sat., March 16 – May 11, 9:30 am – 12 pm (no session March 30) 2.1 CEUs; 21 LUs Fee: $740 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Now that you’ve conquered the preliminaries, it’s time to become proficient in intermediate level 2D drafting using AutoCAD for Mac 2012. This course reviews basic drafting of plans, elevations, and details, and covers the next level of skills. Small class size and in-class practice time with instructor allow students to master intermediate CAD. Instructor: Dan Friedman ICPS Spring 2013

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GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY CE430

Introduction to Revit

8 sessions Sat., March 16 – May 11, 2 – 5 pm (no session March 30) 2.4 CEUs; 24 LUs Fee: $850 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Autodesk Revit students will learn the basics of this important program, starting with design, and proceeding through construction documentation. An introduction to the tools and concepts of working with a fully parametric building modeler will be illustrated. Instructor: Dan Friedman

CE431  Introduction to Photoshop:

Level I

1 session CE431-A Sat., Feb. 9, 10 am - 5 pm CE431-B Sat., April 13, 10 am - 5 pm .6 CEUs; 6 LUs Fee: $222 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Learn the basic tools and techniques of Adobe Photoshop CS6 and gain the confidence to start using this versatile program. Topics include workspace and navigation, tools; selections, layers, color and contrast adjustment, retouching and image compositing. This workshop is designed for people with little or no experience in Photoshop. Instructor: Chris Spinelli, Creative Director, NYSID

CE435

Google SketchUp I: Introduction

3 sessions Sat., Feb. 2 - 16, 2 - 5 pm .9 CEUs; 9 LUs Fee: $333 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

3D visualization is critical to the success of design. Using Google SketchUp, you can create and edit 3D models with a great palette of realistic colors, detailed textures, and shadow studies. Part I of this three-course sequence will introduce students to the various tools used to create and manipulate 3D forms; create and apply surfaces to a model; import components from Google 6

Warehouse; and position and export SketchUp models to Google Earth. After completing this introductory course, participants will be able to begin to use SketchUp to create three-dimensional presentation drawings. Instructor: Cynthia Li

CE436 Google SketchUp II:

Intermediate

3 sessions Tues., March 5 - 19, 6 – 9 pm .9 CEUs; 9 LUs Fee: $333 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Building on the fundamental skills learned in Google SketchUp I, participants will learn how to use shadows, light, textures, and other advanced digital rendering techniques to give visual appeal to their 3D SketchUp drawings. Participants will understand how to manage 3D geometry by creating and manipulating groups and components; import information into SketchUp from Google Earth; use PhotoMatch to add photographs to a model; create, edit, mix, and apply styles; and create a basic presentation. Instructor: Cynthia Li CE437

Google SketchUp III: Advanced

3 sessions Tues., April 2 -16, 6 – 9 pm .9 CEUs; 9 LUs Fee: $333 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

This course is for advanced SketchUp users who are familiar with most or all of SketchUp’s basic commands. This class introduces advanced modeling techniques, tool techniques and project management. At the completion of this course, participants will understand how to use existing CAD files for reference, organize your model using layers, create sections and animated scenes for presentations and export SketchUp models to AutoCAD and Google Layout. Instructor: Cynthia Li

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PROFESSIONAL EXAM PREPARATION CE056 NCIDQ Exam Review

3 sessions Sat., Feb. 23, 9 am – 4 pm Sat. & Sun., March 2 & 3, 9 am – 5 pm 1.8 CEUs Fee: $500 + $50.00 material fee Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

This course prepares candidates for the NCIDQ exam by exploring test-taking techniques and strategies and providing an understanding of the test objectives. In each class, students take exams simulating the NCIDQ exam followed by review, analysis, and explanations of the various questions and answers. Instructor: Robert Arthur King, NYS-CID, ASID, RA

CE750  Preparatory Workshop for

the LEED Green Associate Exam

4 sessions Wed., March 13 – April 10, 6:30 – 9:30 pm (no class March 27) 1.1 CEUs; 11 LUs Qualifies for HSW and SD credit Fee: $575 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

This course will include an introductory and detailed review of LEED credit intents and requirements and will aid design professionals as they prepare for the LEED GA exam. Quizzes and a mock exam are included. This workshop fulfills the USGBC requirement that applicants for the Green Associate exam have completed an education program that addresses green building principles, in order to sit for the exam. Additional study is necessary to pass the exam. Instructor: Mark Squeo, RA, LEED AP

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CE183  Insider’s Guide: Using

Passementerie to Dress your Designs

AT DECORATION & 1 session DESIGN Tues., Feb. 19, 9:30 – 10:30 am BUILDING .1 CEU; 1 LU Fee: $55 Location: D&D, 979 3rd Ave. at 59th St., Astra Café, 14th floor

It’s all in the details. Trimmings provide that finishing touch for a truly custom interior. Trimmings, or passementerie, are as relevant today as they were in 16th century France, where they originated. Learn about the different types of trims including cords, braids, gimp, brush fringe, tassel fringe, bullion fringe, and more. Learn how trims are used and how they fit in to both traditional and contemporary styles. Instructor: Hymie Cohen, Samuel & Sons

CE184

Understanding Fabric Selection for Commercial & Healthcare Applications

1 session Sat., March 16, 9 am - 5 pm Qualifies for HSW credit .6 CEUs; 6 LUs Fee: $200 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

This intensive seminar will start by examining fundamental commercial textiles including fibers, yarns, textile types, methods of coloring and finishing of contract textiles. This course will cover contract fabrics used in upholstery, wall covering, panels, drapery, and healthcare cubicle curtains, and will look at specific commercial projects such as corporate, healthcare, hospitality, stadium and arena, cruise ship and airport installations. The explanation of fabric selections with regards to performance standards, building codes, cleaning, and disinfection concerns and environmental issues will be carefully illustrated with fabric samples. The latest textile technological developments in commercial fabrics will be included. Instructor: Marty Gurian, AIA Affiliate; Director of Engineering Resources and Technical Education, Designtex, Inc.

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CE189  Understanding Textile

Fibers for Contract AT Interiors

DECORATION & 1 session DESIGN Tues., March 19, 9:30 – 10:30 am BUILDING .1 CEU; 1 LU Fee: $55 Location: D&D, 979 3rd Ave. at 59th St., Astra Café, 14th floor

The 11 generic fiber types used in contract textiles including the source, physical form, and chemical and moisture properties will be explained and illustrated. Fiber variants and developments and the purpose of multi-fiber blends will be discussed using examples of popular blends. Notable environmental features as well as solutions to meet typical flammability regulations will be highlighted. Samples of each fiber type will be provided for upholstery, panel cloth, wallcovering and drapery applications. Instructor: Marty Gurian, AIA Affiliate; Director of Engineering Resources and Technical Education, Designtex, Inc.

CE186  Modern Meets Its Match:

How 18th-century Antiques Enhance Modern Interiors

AT 1 session DECORATION & Tues., April 16, 9:30 – 10:30 am DESIGN .1 CEU; 1 LU BUILDING Fee: $55 Location: D&D, 979 3rd Ave. at 59th St., Astra Café, 14th floor

Learn how to use fine 18th-century antiques in modern interiors by looking at antiques from a new perspective. This course will present an overview of interiors that use period furniture in fresh and stylish ways. Instructor: Diana Jacoby, Partner, Phillip Colleck, Ltd.

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CE187

I nsider’s Guide: How to Develop a Line of Textiles

1 session AT Thurs., March 21, 9:30 – 11 am NEW YORK DESIGN .15 CEUs; 1.5 LUs CENTER Fee: $85 Location: NYDC, 200 Lexington Ave. at 32nd St., lobby confetrence center

The presenters will discuss how the developers of decorative textiles work with domestic and international weaving and print mills to create product. The lecture will include an explanation of how fabrics are sourced and how various brands work with different suppliers; how colors, textures, ground cloths are selected, and how sample books are created. Distribution methods, sales and marketing tools, and current trends will be included in the presentation. Instructor: Scott Kravet, Kravet Fabrics

CE318  Discover Branding

& Graphic Design

8 sessions Saturdays, March 9 – May 4 12:30 – 3:30 pm (no class March 30) .24 CEUs; 2.4 LUs Fee: $888 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

This course introduces students to branding principles and basic graphic design theory. Through lectures and studio work, students learn to create successful designs they can use to promote their interior design business. Each student will have a chance to explore design and branding for several collateral items. Instructor: Irina Lee, graphic designer

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DIY Photo Basics for Designers

CE403

This course is a do-it-yourself boot camp for designers who would like to photograph their finished projects. Design and architecture photographer Mark La Rosa will cover basics about photographing interiors and what to expect when planning to photograph a finished project. This workshop will include a slide presentation and explanations about how specific shots were achieved, technical advice and tips for getting the most out of your photo shoot. This course is relevant to all types of spaces and projects. Instructor: Mark La Rosa,

Even in the age of digital drawing, quick hand sketches are the most effective way of communicating with clients and colleagues on the spur of the moment. Learn how to “sketch at the speed of light” to illustrate your ideas using quick techniques and basic materials.

CE348

1 session Wed., Feb. 6, 10 am - 12 pm .2 CEUs; 2 LUs Fee: $110 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

architectural and design photographer

Quick Sketching Techniques for Interiors

6 sessions Mon., April 8 - May 13, 3 - 5 pm 1.2 CEUs; 12 LUs Fee: $382 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Instructor: Pedro Lima

CE507  Insider’s Guide:

A&D Building

1 session AT Fri., April 26, 9:30 – 10:30 am ARCHITECTS & .1 CEUs; 1 LUs DESIGNERS Fee: $55 BUILDING Location: A&D Building, 150 East 58th Street

The Architects & Designers Building is home to the New York metro area’s largest collection of luxury showrooms for kitchen and bath, appliances, tile and stone, and home furnishings. With 35 showrooms, featuring thousands of distinctive products, the A&D Building offers discerning homeowners and trade professionals are convenience of onestop-shopping. Open Monday-Friday, 9am - 5pm, the A&D Building is known in the design industry as “New York’s ultimate showroom resource”. Visit www.adbuilding.com for a complete list of showrooms and information on upcoming events. Instructor: Linda Foa

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DESIGN HISTORY One Day Trip: Winterthur 1 session Wed., April 3, 8 am - 5:30 pm .3 CEUs; 3 LUs SPECIAL DAY TRIP Fee: $350 Location: Meet at NYSID, 170 East 70th St. between 7:30 - 7:45am (lunch on your own) CE127

Winterthur has one of the most wellknown and regarded collections of early American furniture. Two subjects will be treated by Dr. Tom Folk on this tour, both focusing on objects from the collection. The first topic, “Masterpieces of Chippendale Furniture,” will focus on regional differences, but target the most extraordinary examples from Newport and Philadelphia. The second topic, entitled “Changing Alliances”, will examine early 19th century American furniture from the collection, discussing how The War of 1812 led Americans to reconsider the stylistic dominance of British style in favor of something more Napoleonic.

CE182  Artistic Splendor of the

Middle East

1 session Fri., April 12, 5 -6 pm Lecture followed by a tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art from 6:30 - 7:30 pm .2 CEUs; 2.0 LUs Fee: $110 Museum entry fee for will be paid directly by participant. Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Explore the contributions to the world of art and design from countries in the Middle East and Moorish Spain. These lands have produced some of the greatest examples of ceramics, textiles, metalwork and architecture. Examples of this work from the 9th century to the 17th century will be presented and discussed. A lecture will be followed by a tour of the Islamic Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Instructor: Paul Anavian

Instructor: Dr. Tom Folk, Art Historian

CE143  “CollectingDESIGN”History, Collections, Highlights

10 sessions CE143-A Tues. April 30 – July 2, 10 am – 12 pm CE143-B Mon., April 29 – July 8, 5 – 7 pm (no class May 27) 2.0 CEUs; 20 LUs Fee: $500 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

This course on collecting modern and contemporary design will educate architects, interior designers, decorators, and art collectors in one of the most fascinating territories – the international marketplace. Lectures will address furniture, styles, and modes in the history of modern design that have a strong presence in the market. Class sessions include panels of leading experts on topics such as Art Deco, French Postwar Modernism, Post-modernism, and more. The course will conclude with a private tour behind-the-scenes tour of the design exhibition at Phillips de Pury & Company. The program is presented by MODERN Magazine and is co-sponsored by Phillips de Pury & Company. Instructor: Daniella Ohad Smith, Ph.D., design historian

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ART, DESIGN & CRAFT CE185  Designing Holistic

Interiors

1 session AT Thurs., Feb. 21, 9:30 – 11 am NEW YORK DESIGN .15 CEUs; 1.5 LUs CENTER Fee: $85 Location: NYDC, 200 Lexington Ave. at 32nd St., lobby conference center

Imagine living in alignment with your highest purpose, potential and possibilities. Learn the skills and tools to guide yourself (and others) to tap into your true unique self and live that expression in your physical space. Learn to distinguish “catabolic” (destructive, draining), and “anabolic” (constructive, healing) energy levels and other concepts as you design your physical space. Instructor: Bita Pouyafar, life coach, energy leadership practitioner, Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching

CE188  Interior Reflections: Feng

Shui & the Modern Day

Interior AT NEW YORK 1 Session DESIGN Thurs., April 18, 9:30 – 11 am CENTER .15 CEUs; 1.5 LUs Fee: $85 Location: NYDC, 200 Lexington Ave. at 32nd St., lobby conference center

This presentation will emphasize the eight point system of Feng Shui: a simple, practical and effective method that blends easily with interior design to create spaces that are personal and practical for clients. It will include a brief history and definition of Feng Shui, along with tips and tricks, do’s and dont’s, and common misperceptions about this ancient art and science. Before and after project images, featuring the use of Ba Tsu and Compass Method Feng Shui, will be presented along with client anecdotes. Instructor: Catherine Brophy, The Feng Shui Detective

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ART, DESIGN & CRAFT CE453  Introduction to the Art of

CE600  Flora Domestica: Design

Paper Folding

6 sessions Mon., April 8 – May 13, 12:30 - 2pm .9 CEUs; 9 LUs Fee $333 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

This course, presented in three parts, introduces the basics of origami paper folding. Students will learn how to create both geometric paper forms that build toward a variety of modular structures, and curvilinear paper forms that can be used as wall panels, ceiling forms, or as sculptural art. Instructor: Robert Malone

Chinese Calligraphy Workshop CE454

6 sessions Tues., March 5 – April 23, 9 - 11am 1.2 CEUs; 12 LUs Fee: $444 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Originating from the ideographic writing system of the Chinese language, the art of calligraphy has long been an important component of Chinese culture, and a key element in Chinese art and design. This workshop is designed for beginners to understand through practice the significance of Chinese calligraphy in the cultural life and interior design of Chinese society. It explores the way to integrate this traditional art form into modern design practice and into the space of our life. Using traditional calligraphy materials, tools, techniques and methods, students will learn how calligraphic characters are designed, structured and written in unique strokes and orders. Through copying and imitating masterpieces of Kaishu (Standard Script) and Lishu (Clerical Script) in Chinese art history, students will be encouraged to create their own calligraphy works by the end of the workshop. Instructor: Zhijian Qian

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with Flowers to Enhance Interior Spaces

1 session Sat., April 13, 10 am – 2:30 pm .4 CEUs; 4 LUs Fee: $145 + $60 materials fee Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Beautiful floral arrangements bring elegance and life to every interior. This class will cover the principles of art and design – color, texture, form, scale, proportion and balance – as well as the selection and conditioning of plant material, choice of container and types of mechanics available. Lunch (please bring a brown-bag lunch) will be followed by a hands-on workshop creating an arrangement. All materials and containers will be provided. Participants must bring clippers or small secateurs for cutting stems. Participants will take their arrangements home. Instructor: Valerie Mead, member, Garden Club of America, approved GCA floral design judge and president of the Stamford Garden Club.

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SPECIAL PROGRAMS CERTIFICATE IN RESIDENTIAL LIGHTING This program is designed to provide interior designers with the knowledge base and core strategies necessary to expand their skill set to include residential illumination. The cycle of courses strikes a balance between the global fundamentals of lighting design with precisely targeted procedures for the illumination of specific types of residential spaces. Upon completing the series, participants will be equipped with the resources and techniques needed to integrate light into their projects. Courses may be taken in any order, although it is highly recommended that CE740 Layout Fundamentals be taken first.

FOUNDATION SEMINARS

TOPICAL SEMINARS

(offered in various semesters)

(offered in various semesters)

• Lighting Layout Fundamentals for Interiors • Surveying the Sources of Light • Lighting Control Technology for Interiors

• Illuminating the Residential Kitchen • Theatrical Lighting Strategies • Basic Lighting Calculations • Illuminating the Residential Bathroom • Illuminating the Exterior Landscape

Seminars offered this semester:

Residential Lighting: Theatrical Lighting Strategies CE745

1 session Mon.,Jan. 28, 6 – 9 pm .3 CEUs; 3 LUs Qualifies for HSW and SD credit Fee: $165 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Creative lighting can transform a space and enhance its occupants’ feeling of well-being. This course presents lighting strategies that can produce powerful visual results in any room. Techniques used in theatrical lighting will be presented with emphasis on layering and composition. Specialized lighting devices such as framing projectors, LED technology, and fiber optics will be discussed along with optical accessories such as filters and lenses. Instructor: John Katimaris, AIA, IES, IIDA

CE746

Residential Lighting: Basic Lighting Calculations 1 session tMon.,Feb. 11, 6 – 9 pm .3 CEUs; 3 LUs Qualifies for HSW and SD credit Fee: $165 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

Design is frequently considered to be a process, a means to an end. When working with an intangible substance, it is important to employ a methodology that will forecast an effective result. Using easily executable formulas in combination with pertinent vocabulary, this course establishes the methodology necessary to validate a proposed lighting solution. In addition to being able to calculate average illumination, light power consumption, and annual operation cost, experience with using an illuminance meter will be gained. Attendees should bring a calculator or a personal electronic device capable of executing basic mathematics. Instructor: John Katimaris, AIA, IES, IIDA

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SPECIAL PROGRAMS

CE533

Residential Lighting: Illuminating the Kitchen

1 session Mon., March 18, 6 - 9 pm .3 CEUs; 3 LUs Qualifies for HSW and SD credit Fee: $165 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

The new center for casual entertaining in residences has become the kitchen. It is likely that guests will gather in the kitchen as the meal is being prepared. In instances where a buffet is offered, the kitchen has become an extension of the dining room. Lighting the kitchen should be as imaginative and as interactive as the rest of the home. This course focuses on the various aspects of effective residential kitchen illumination. Practical information about the selection and placement of cabinet lighting, accent lighting, and general illumination is included. Instructor: John Katimaris, AIA, IES, IIDA

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SPECIAL PROGRAMS REAL ESTATE SERIES These courses provide business professionals with an introduction to the necessary tools to transact in the real estate field/ real estate investment world. The course format brings together the initial phase of examining business cycles, different property types, brokerage and investor site selection to project completion. The series will provide the professional with an opportunity to learn how projects are priced and how financial formulas are used in the analysis of cash flows and returns on investments/invested capital.

CE650  Real Estate: Inside the

These courses have been approved by the NYS Department of State for real estate licensees who must complete 22.5 hours of approved real estate continuing education every two years.

NEW!

SEMINARS

(offered in various semesters)

• Inside the Commercial Transaction • Leases, Commission Agreements and Fair Housing • Dictionary of Commercial Leases • Analyzing Individual Property Finance • Operating a Broker’s Office • HP12C Financial Calculator

Commercial Transaction

1 session Fri., Feb. 1, 9 am - 5:30 pm .75 CEUs; 7.5 LUs Fee: $250 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

This course will cover the various property types and categories as well as a basic understanding of how zoning and the development process works. The student will also be able to identify the differences between the various lease types that are used in everyday transactions. Instructor: Sam Irlander CE651  Real Estate: Leases,

Commission Agreements and Fair Housing 1 session .75 CEUs; 7.5 LUs Fri., Feb. 8, 9 am - 5:30 pm Fee: $250 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

After completing this course, the student will know which clauses in a commercial lease are of greater importance, how to negotiate a fair commission agreement, and will have covered the NYS three hour requirement for Fair Housing instruction necessary to renew one’s real estate license. Instructor: Sam Irlander

CE652  Real Estate: Dictionary of

Commercial Leases

1 session .75 CEUs; 7.5 LUs Fri., Feb. 15, 9 am-5:30 pm Fee: $250 Location: NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

This course describes the difference between terminology ending with “or” or “ee”, and what each clause in a commercial lease represents. The student will also have a clearer understanding as to how utility service is delivered to the end user tenant. Instructor: Sam Irlander

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SPECIAL PROGRAMS DESIGN TOUR: PARIS CE 128

Paris, Material and Immaterial: An Immersion in Parisian Art and Culture May 18 – 24 3.0 CEUs; 30 LUs Fee: $3,500 Limited to 10 participants

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Paris has long been regarded as the apogee of style in every arena: design, fashion, theater, and of course, the fine arts. These areas often overlap and influence the world in unexpected ways. What has made Paris the global authority in matters of taste, refinement, and luxury? Through the lens of design, participants will see and experience contemporary Parisian life, observing and discussing the historical context of the city’s art, beauty, and aesthetics. The group will have insider access to special public and private places including private tours of art galleries, homes of prestigious collectors, and creative artisanal workshops, as well as visits to historically significant buildings, interiors, and parks. The itinerary will include visits to unusual and unique sites, including those such as the Musee Camondo, Musee Cemushi, The Galerie Marian Goodman, the Marche Aux Puces, the neighborhood of Belleville, the Fondation Corbusier and Maison La Roche Jeanneret, and the Charles Pollack archives. Students will have dedicated time to explore Paris on their own, or continue to practice their drawing skills with one of the instructors. This course is taught by NYSID faculty members Anne Korman and Tom Morbitzer. Anne Korman is known for her modern and luxurious residential interior designs for sophisticated art collectors. She is a NYSID trustee, an accomplished renderer, and former member of the Mary Anthony Dance Company. Tom Morbitzer earned his Master of Architecture degree from Yale University and is a principal at TUG Studio; his architectural commissions include buildings, interiors, and product designs. As a graduate student he studied at Les Ecoles d’Art Americaines de Fontainebleau. Participants in the trip will be responsible for their own travel and hotel arrangements; a list of recommended hotels will be provided. The first class session will be held on the morning of Saturday, May 18th, and the last class session will be on the morning of Sunday, May 24th. Students are advised to make travel arrangements after an informational meeting that will be held in February 2013, prior to the final day for cancellation without penalty. Airfare and hotel costs will be approximately $3000, to which cost of food and entertainment must be added. Each student will be charged a $450 materials fee, which includes the cost of all entries, admissions, and local travel during class time in Paris. Registration for this course will remain open until May 13. A deposit of $1750 plus the materials fee of $450 is due upon registration; $450 of this deposit is a non-refundable administrative fee. At the time that NYSID receives written notice of cancellation, the following cancellation charges will apply. Cancellations received between 120 and 91 days prior the first class meeting (January 18 – February 15), 20% of the program cost per person; those received between 90 and 61 days prior the first class meeting (February 16 – March 18), 50% of the program cost per person; no refunds will be given for cancellations received within 60 days of the first class meeting (March 18th forward). No refunds are given for cancellation on or after the day of the first class meeting, or for any unused portions of the tour for any reason. NYSID shall not be liable for any airline cancellation penalties incurred by the purchase of a non-refundable ticket. In the case of a cancellation due to shortage of participants, NYSID will attempt to notify all participants at least 45 days prior to the first class session. However, NYSID reserves the right to cancel the course prior to departure for any reason, and in such case, reimbursement of refundable costs of the trip by NYSID shall constitute full settlement with the participant. In case of dispute, the maximum recovery to a participant shall be the sum of all monies actually received from the participant by NYSID, and the dispute will be governed by New York Law. By payment of the deposit to NYSID, the participant agrees to be bound by the above terms and conditions.

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SPECIAL PROGRAMS PRE-COLLEGE WEEKEND PROGRAM 040-A

Pre-College Weekend Program 6 sessions Saturday, April 6 - May 11 10 am - 4 pm Cost: $885 plus $15 materials fee

NEW!

This interactive course is designed to immerse students in the creative and rewarding world of interior design. It is offered this spring for the first time. Open to high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors, the course introduces students to interior design and helps them explore career possibilities. Students attend presentations by design professionals, demonstrations of architectural drawing and digital media, and talks about color and materials. Taking full advantage of NYSID’s prime location in the nation’s design capital, field trips to design firms, museums, and notable sites are included. The mentored design studio component will help develop skills in a relaxed atmosphere and produce a project that can be added to a student’s portfolio. Upon successfully completion of the course, students earn one elective college credit. Students are required to submit permission and waiver forms before participation. Faculty: Pedro Lima

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COURSES FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT

Decorative Painting IV: Decorative Objects

Studio credit: 1 196-A 5 sessions Monday, 9 am - 1:30 pm January 28 – March 4

The location for all academic credit courses is NYSID, 170 East 70th St.

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MINI-COURSES (one academic credit)

Decorative Painting I: Faux Finishes and Gilding

Studio credit: 1 189-A 5 sessions Wed., 9 am - 1:30 pm January 23 – February 20

189

An introduction to the techniques and history of decorative painting with an emphasis on faux finishes, glazes, and gilding. Students will produce sample presentation boards while exploring the creative possibilities of decorative painting as it relates to classical and contemporary interiors. Instructor: Dean Barger

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Decorative Painting II: Stencils and Pattern Studio credit: 1 190-A 5 sessions Wed., 9 am - 1:30 pm February 27 – April 3

A further exploration of the techniques and history of decorative painting with an emphasis on painted pattern and stenciling for interior embellishment. Students will develop hand-painted project boards based on historical or contemporary designs. Instructor: Dean Barger

Decorative Painting III: Murals and Graphics

Studio credit: 1 195-A 5 sessions Wed., 9 am - 1:30 pm April 10 – May 8

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An exploration of the history and techniques of decorative painting as it relates to large-scale murals and graphics for contemporary interior embellishment. Students will develop their ideas on canvas, scaling and transferring their designs while learning the basic methods of mural painting. Instructor: Dean Barger

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The focus of this course is painted finishes for decorative objects. Centuries of craftsmanship in the decorative arts will be explored in the course including the preparation of surfaces and the basic tools, techniques and methods used in creating the painted finish. Students will apply this knowledge to create samples of tortoise shell, bamboo, malachite and patina for leaf. Instructor: Andrew Tedesco

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The Golden Mean as a Design Tool

Studio credit: 1 197-A 3 sessions Friday, February 8, 2 - 6:30 pm, Saturday, February 9, 9 am - 5:45 pm Sunday, February 10, 9 am - 5:45 pm 197-B 3 sessions Friday, April 5, 2 – 6:30 pm, Saturday, April 6, 9 am – 5:45 pm Sunday, April 7, 9 am – 5:45 pm

The Golden Mean stands alone among mathematical expressions of proportion. Its appearance in nature, design, and architecture is universally recognized, from Egyptian pyramids and the Greek Parthenon to Le Corbusier, and from sunflowers to spiral shells from the sea. The Golden Mean principle will be explored in lectures and studio workshops that teach students how to draw the Golden Mean proportion and use it as a design tool. Instructor: Rachel Fletcher

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Decorative Painting V: Trompe L’Oeil

Studio credit: 1 200-A 5 sessions Monday, 9 am - 1:30 pm April 1 - 29

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In French, trompe l’oeil means “to fool the eye”. Throughout history, artists have conquered the third dimension, from Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel to the masters of deception of the 21st century. In this studio class, students will paint portions of historical architectural elements using highlights and drop shadows to mimic reality. Instructor: Andrew Tedesco

SEMESTER-LONG COURSES 101

Historical Styles I

Lecture credits: 2 101-A Monday, 2 - 3:45 pm 101-K Monday, 6 - 7:45 pm

This course is an introductory overview of the history of design in furniture, interiors, and architecture from the ancient world through 1820. Lectures, readings, and field trips focus on the development of major forms, period styles, and ornament from ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome through the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Neoclassical eras. Instructor: Judith Gura

Introduction to Sustainability and the Built Environment 114

Lecture credits: 2 114-A Friday, 2 - 3:45 pm

This survey course introduces students to the principles and concepts of sustainability and provides the context for design decisions for the 21st century. Students will develop an understanding of why current and future makers of the built environment must think differently than in the past and the reasons for both historical and current concerns about resource limitations. Class lectures will explore differing interpretations of the concept of sustainability and the broad range of factors contributing to a sustainable society, including health, productivity, biomimicry, passive design strategy, material re-use and resource conservation. Guest lecturers will include experts in the field of sustainable softgoods, hardwoods, lighting, daylighting, environmental systems, LEED and BIM. Instructor: Ethan Lu

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COURSES FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT 119

Textiles for Interiors

Lecture credits: 2 119-A Wednesday, 2 - 3:45 pm 119-K Wednesday, 6 - 7:45 pm

This course is a survey of the history and science of fabrics through lectures on major decorative arts periods as well as textile design, fibers, methods of weaving, dyeing, flammability, finishes, and trims. Properties, code requirements, and maintenance of contract and residential fabrics and their application are covered as well as estimating yardage. Also included in the course are lectures on the history of wallpaper and carpeting and their application to today’s interiors. Instructor: Adrienne Concra

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Basic Drafting

Studio credits: 3 128-A Monday, 9 am - 1:45 pm 128-B Wednesday, 9 am - 1:30 pm 128-K Monday and Wednesday, 6 - 8:15 pm 128-W1 Saturday and Sunday, 9 am - 1:45 pm (7 weekends; see Weekend Schedule)

The course is an introduction to the tools, techniques, and principles of architectural drafting, graphic conventions, and lettering. Students will measure actual sites and study the use of dimensional orthographic and threedimensional paraline drawing types. Instructors: Ann Barton, Eric Gering, Steven Kaplan, Rocco Leonardis, Larry Mersel, Veronica Whitlock, Mason Wickham

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Color for Interiors

Studio credits: 2 141-A Tuesday, 9 am - noon 141-B Tuesday, 2 - 5 pm 141-C Friday, 9 am - 12 pm 141-D Friday, 2 - 5 pm 141-L Thursday, 6 - 9 pm

This studio course concentrates on the study of color and color schemes for interiors. Compilation of the Munsell Color Charts is the basis for a series of projects which lead to the development of complete color schemes. Psychological and practical influences affecting the choice of color are studied. Using gouache paints, colors for walls, floor coverings, window treatments, upholstery, accessories, and accent areas are selected and applied to a variety of room settings. Instructors: Ruth Burt, Becky Button, Randi Halpern, Robert Malone, Valerie Mead, Ethel Rompilla, Addie Sels

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Visual Concepts Studio credits 2 180-A Tuesday, 9 am - noon 180-B Tuesday, 2 - 5 pm 180-K Tuesday, 6 - 9 pm 180-G Saturday, 2 - 5 pm

Students are introduced to the language common to all visual activity. Through freehand drawing exercises and study models, the abstract elements of design—point, line, plane shape/form, value, color and texture— are examined, along with the principles which unify these elements in a clear visual conceptual organization. Discussion and critique of assigned projects enable students to develop an understanding of the elements and principles of design composition. Instructors: Steve Gerber, Robert Harding

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REGISTRATION FOR CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

If you do not have a NYSID ID, go to www.nysid.edu/registerICPS to reserve and pay for courses online, or use the registration form in this brochure to mail, fax, or register in person. The Office of the Registrar on the 2nd floor of the 69th Street administration building is open from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. If you have a valid student ID number and password, reserve your courses online on the NYSID portal, http://portal.nysid.edu.

As an institution of higher education, NYSID is a New York State-approved sponsor of continuing education. It is the responsibility of each participant to retain if required, or to submit to their professional organization or state office of the professions, all documentation regarding completion of continuing education requirements. Upon request, NYSID will provide each participant with a Certificate of Completion, which is issued in the form of an official Continuing Education transcript, and other required course documentation. NYSID Continuing Education transcripts show a grade of Pass (P) or Withdrawn (W). A W will be issued for partial attendance or unsatisfactory completion.

Payment in full is required at the time of registration for all noncredit continuing education courses and for all registrations through www.nysid.edu. The registration and technology fees do not apply to noncredit courses. For courses bearing academic credit and reserved through the portal, tuition and fees must be paid within 15 days of course approval or your course reservation will be canceled. Course registrations made within 15 days of the beginning of the summer session are payable in full at the time of approval. Courses taken on a noncredit basis cannot be applied to a degree or the Basic Interior Design program. No fees are transferable to another semester. NYSID allows you to take up to 12 college credits as a nonmatriculated student before deciding to apply for a degree program. College credits earned can be applied to your program when you are admitted. For information on NYSID’s degree programs, go to www.nysid.edu or call the Admissions Office at 212-472-1500 ext. 205. All courses and workshops are subject to a minimum enrollment per class. NYSID reserves the right to cancel any program, alter time schedules, or substitute faculty.

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For Interior Designers NYSID CEUs may be accepted by professional interior design organizations as fulfilling continuing education credit requirements. NYSID meets the criteria to be a provider of continuing education because it is a degreegranting institution, offering degrees in interior design that are accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation. Organizations such as ASID and IIDA require members to self-report their continuing education using forms available on the organization websites and to maintain in their files Certificates of Completion with the name of the authorized provider, the course name and earned credits, and the date that the course was successfully completed. Interior designers may be required by their individual state boards and professional organizations to complete profession-related continuing education credits on a regular basis.

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The NYSID Institute for Continuing and Professional Studies will provide a Certificate of Completion and other supporting documentation for each course, upon written request. No continuing education credits will be issued for a grade of W. For Architects Architects are required by their individual state boards to complete profession-related continuing education requirements on a regular basis and should follow the requirements of each jurisdiction. NYSID is a registered provider of continuing education with the American Institute of Architects (AIA); each course in the bulletin has a notation regarding LU credits, and specifically HSW or SD designations. Members of the AIA who wish to use a NYSID course to meet their membership obligation must submit their membership number to NYSID on the registration form, and upon arrival to the first session. NYSID will report their attendance to the AIA. No continuing education credits will be issued for a grade of W.

REFUND POLICY Refunds for continuing education courses and any one credit mini-course meeting six or fewer sessions must be requested at least one full week prior to the first session or no refund is permissible. No fees may be credited to another semester. Telephone notification is not accepted. Email ICPS@nysid. edu or visit the Office of the Registrar to request a drop form. For the courses with tuition based on credits, tuition refunds are calculated according to NYSID’s refund schedule based on the date the course is dropped online or the date of receipt of a completed drop form. The student must provide the signed drop form to the Office of the Registrar in person or by fax or email. Fees are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Last day to receive refund of: 100% 75% 50% 25%

1/14/2013 1/28/2013 2/4/2013 2/11/2013

No refunds after February 11, 2013.

TUITION AND FEES

The following costs are in effect at the time of publication. NYSID reserves the right to change regulations at any time without prior notice and the right to change tuition and fees as necessary. Undergraduate tuition per credit Registration/Technology fee (Fall & Spring Semester) Late registration fee* Drop fee** Returned check fee Transcript fee

$828 $265 $100 $50 $35 $10

*Late fee does not apply to new students or for registration for noncredit continuing education courses. **Drop fee and course addition and withdrawal deadlines apply only to credit-bearing courses.

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SPRING 2013 CALENDAR Sunday, November 11....................................................................Spring 2013 registration begins Thursday, December 20...............................................................Late registration begins Late fee charged; does not apply to new students

Thursday, January 17....................................................................New Student Orientation Tuesday, January 22......................................................................Spring semester begins Monday, January 28.......................................................................Last day for full-term course additions Monday, February 11......................................................................Last day to drop full-term courses Monday, February 18.....................................................................President's Day – no classes Monday, March 18...........................................................................Last day for voluntary withdrawal from registered courses Monday, May 13................................................................................Spring semester ends

WEEKEND SCHEDULE Saturday-Sunday W1 & W2 In addition to courses that meet every Saturday (listed as section “-G”) or every Sunday (section “-H”), NYSID also offers weekend classes that meet on both Saturday and Sunday, usually every other weekend, for a total of seven weekends. The two weekend schedules (sections W1 and W2) are: Courses in Weekend 1 (W1) meet: January 26 and 27 February 9 and 10 February 23 and 24 March 9 and 10 March 23 and 24 April 13 and 14 April 27 and 28 Courses in Weekend 2 (W2) meet: February 2 and 3 February 16 and 17 March 2 and 3 March 16 and 17 April 6 and 7 April 20 and 21 May 4 and 5 26

The information published here represents the plans of the New York School of Interior Design at the time of publication. The school reserves the right to change without notice any matter contained in this publication, including but not limited to tuition, fees, policies, names of programs, course offerings, facilities, and faculty. Payment of tuition or attendence at any classes shall constitute a student’s acceptance of the administration’s rights as set forth above. ICPS Spring 2013


Office of the Registrar • NYSID • 170 East 70th Street • New York, NY 10021 • 212-472-1500

2013 REGISTRATION FORM

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Instructions: Register and pay online on the NYSID web portal (http://portal.nysid.edu). Otherwise, register at www.nysid.edu/netcommunity/registerICPS or complete and sign this form and return it to the Registrar's Office in person, by mail, or by fax (212-472-3800) with your payment (by check payable to NYSID, money order, or credit card). Social Security Number:

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Refunds are given only in accordance with the Courses for Credit: current published refund schedule and by Total Credits: Total Tuition: check only. The undersigned student is responsible for all charges for registered courses and agrees Plus Registration / Technology Fee that: a) In the event financial aid is not received, the student is responsible for the balance of tuition.; b) Plus Student Activity Fee If a balance is referred to a collection agency, the student is responsible for all resulting fees. Late Registration Fee (if applicable) Student Signature

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In Which Program? Basic Int Des None

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The New York School of Interior Design does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, marital status, race, color, creed, disability, national or ethnic origin, actual or perceived sexual orientation or veteran status in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs and other school-related programs.


NYSID offers a flexible and personalized learning experience with a variety of programs that grow with you and suit individual needs.

BASIC INTERIOR DESIGN (BID) is a non-degree program that provides an introduction to the field of interior design. ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE IN INTERIOR DESIGN (AAS) is a two-year program that emphasizes core studies in a range of residential and commercial design studio courses, technology, and graphic communications, as well as courses in the history of architecture and the decorative arts. BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS IN INTERIOR DESIGN (BFA) is a four-year program that provides students with the professional-level preparation to become practicing interior designers BACHELOR OF ARTS (BA) IN THE HISTORY OF THE INTERIOR & THE DECORATIVE ARTS provides students with an undergraduate degree in art history, with a special focus on interior environments and the objects they contain.

For more information: visit www.nysid.edu call Office of Admissions 212-472-1500 ext. 204

MASTER OF FINE ARTS PROFESSIONAL LEVEL(MFA-1) is a three-year program designed to provide an advanced interior design degree to students who have a baccalaureate degree in a field unrelated to design. MASTER OF FINE ARTS – POSTPROFESSIONAL (MFA-2) is a two-year, terminal degree program that provides professionals in interior design, architecture, environmental design, and closely related fields with the opportunity for advanced creative and academic scholarship in interior design. MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES IN HEALTHCARE INTERIOR DESIGN (MPS-H) is a one-year, post-professional program providing practicing designers and healthcare professionals with broad knowledge of current issues, research, and theory in the design of healthcare interiors, including a focused studio experience. MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES IN INTERIOR LIGHTING DESIGN (MPS-L) is a one-year, postprofessional degree that provides rigorous professional education in the area of natural and artificial illumination for the interior environment. MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES IN SUSTAINABLE INTERIOR ENVIRONMENTS (MPS-S) is a one-year, post-professional program focused on specialized knowledge, thinking, and skills, structured to prepare design professionals to assume leadership roles in developing and maintaining sustainable interior spaces that will positively impact the world.


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