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SPRING 2019 Institute for Continuing & Professional Studies

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2D Drafting with AutoCAD | p19

up-skill Revit for Interior Design | p21

new skill Adobe Photoshop | p21

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ICPS Institute for Continuing & Professional Studies 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 and experts.

Contents Schedule at a Glance.................................................................................. 1 Basic Interior Design Certificate Program.....................................................6 Noncredit Courses......................................................................................7 Credit Courses..........................................................................................30 Instructors...............................................................................................34 General Information.................................................................................39 Registration Form.....................................................................................43

PLEASE NOTE: To receive CEU credit, attendance is reported by NYSID on behalf of the attendees online through the IDCEC website, as there is no longer allow self-reporting by ASID, IDCEC or AIA Please make your instructor aware, or email ICPS@NYSID.edu, if you request that CEU's and LUS are reported on your behalf for your course or courses.

phone 212. 472.1500 ext 350 email ICPS@nysid.edu web www.nysid.edu/icps

The information published here represents the plans of the New York School of Interior Design at the time of publication. The College 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 attendance at any classes shall constitute a student’s acceptance of the administration’s rights as set forth above.


NOT ALL MULTI-SESSION COURSES MEET CONSECUTIVELY.

For exact schedule for a specific course, please inquire via email to icps@nysid.edu.

SCHEDULE at a GLANCE SPRING 2019 JANUARY

CE431 Adobe Photoshop—Level 1 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, January 24, 6–9pm CE430 Revit for Interior Design—Level 1 ONLINE | 4 weeks | beg. Mon, January 28 CE050 Introduction to Interior Design ONLINE | 6 weeks | beg. Tue, January 29 CE410 2D-Drafting with Auto CAD—Level 1 K | 7 sessions | beg. Tue, January 29, 6:30–9:30pm

FEBRUARY

CE050 Introduction to Interior Design A | 6 sessions | beg. Mon, February 4, 2–4pm B | 6 sessions | beg. Mon, February 4, 6–8pm C | 6 sessions | beg. Tue, February 5, 2–4pm D | 6 sessions | beg. Tue, February 5, 6–8pm CE149 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Paintings 1 session | Tue, February 5, 6–8pm CE416 Basic 3ds Max 7 sessions | beg. Tue, February 5, 6–9pm CE430 Revit for Interior Design—Level 1 L | 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 28, 6:15–9:15pm L | 7 sessions | beg. Tue, February 5, 6:15-9:15pm CE326 Social Media Marketing for the Interior Designer 3 sessions | beg. Wed, February 6, 6–8pm CE435 SketchUp—Level 1 7 sessions | beg. Wed, February 6, 6–9pm CE051 Introduction to Commercial Design A | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 7, 2–4pm B | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 7, 6–8pm CE436 SketchUp—Level 2 7 sessions | beg. Sat, February 9, 9:30–12:30pm CE165 Insider's Guide: Collecting Works on Paper 1 session | Tue, February 12, 6–8pm CE475 Secrets of Color ONLINE | 2 weeks | beg. February 12

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Unless otherwise noted, all ICPS courses take place at New York School of Interior Design, 170 East 70 Street.

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FEBRUARY

CE200 Telling Your Story: How to Catch an Editor's Eye 4 sessions | beg. Wed, February 13, 6:30–8:30pm CE909 Marketing Your Design Practice The Vision 1 session | Wed, February 13, 6–9pm CE427 Technical Drawing I: Linking the Hand to the Mind 4 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 14, 6–9pm CE056 NCIDQ Exam Preparation ONLINE | 4 weeks | beg. Mon, February 25 CE139 History of the Modern Interior 5 sessions | beg. Mon, February 25, 5:30–7pm CE438 Revit for Interior Design—Level 2 ONLINE | 4 weeks | beg. Mon, February 25 CE166 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Art Prints 1 session | Tue, February 26, 6–8pm CE910 Marketing Your Design Practice: The Plan 1 session | Wed, February 27, 6–9pm CE410 2D-Drafting with Auto CAD—Level 1 L | 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 28, 6–9pm CE411 2D-Drafting with AutoCAD—Level 2 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 28, 6:15–9:15pm

MARCH

CE455 PreDesign Service Fundamentals Developing a Program 2 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 28, 6–9pm

CE433 Adobe InDesign—Level 1 7 sessions | beg. Sat, March 2, 9:30am–12:30pm (No Class March 16 & April 20) CE437 SketchUp—Level 3 7 sessions | beg. Sat, March 2, 6–9pm CE194 Insider's Guide: Collecting Sculpture 1 session | Tue, March 5, 6–8pm CE300 Introduction to Interior Lighting B | 3 sessions | beg. Thurs, March 7, 6–8pm CE438 Revit for Interior Design—Level 2 K | 7 sessions | beg. Mon, March 18, 6–9pm CE196 Insider's Guide: Collecting Ceramic 1 session | Tue, March 19, 6–8pm CE465 Introduction to Classical Design Principles—Part I 3 sessions | beg. Tue, March 19, 6–9pm CE201 Cultivating Creativity 4 sessions | beg. Wed, March 20, 6:30–8:30pm CE324 Designing Interiors with an Art Collection 3 sessions | beg. Wed, March 20, 6–8pm CE354 Design and the Law: A Brief Overview 3 sessions | beg. Wed, March 20, 6–9pm CE417 Basic V-Ray for 3ds Max and SketchUp 7 sessions | beg. Wed, March 20, 6–9pm CE911 Marketing Your Design Practice: The Brand 1 session | Wed, March 20, 6–9pm

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MARCH

CE428 Technical Drawing II: Construction Drawing Fundamentals 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, March 21, 6–9pm CE432 Adobe Illustrator-Level I 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, March 21, 6–9pm CE515 Basics of Garden Design 3 sessions | beg. Thurs, March 21, 6–8pm CE056 NCIDQ Exam Preparation 2 sessions | beg. Sat, March 23, 9:30am–6:30pm CE050 Introduction to Interior Design ONLINE | 6 weeks | beg. Mon, March 25 CE155 Tour the Decoration and Design Building/ D+D 1 session | Wed, March 27, 2–5pm CE447 Residential Bathroom Design Materials and Surfaces 1 session | Wed, March 27, 6–9pm CE804 The Art of Choosing Paint Color 1 session | Wed, March 27, 6–9pm CE456 PreDesign Services: Workplace Design Strategy 1 session | Thurs, March 28, 6–9pm

APRIL

CE158 The Tastemakers 5 sessions | beg. Mon, April 1, 10am–12pm (No class April 15) CE050 Introduction to Interior Design E | 6 sessions | beg. Tue, April 2, 2–4pm F | 6 sessions | beg. Tue, April 2, 6–8pm CE159 Math for Interior Designers 2 sessions | beg. Tue, April 2, 6–8pm CE156 Tour the Architects and Designers and Designers Building/A+D 1 session | Wed, April 3, 2–5pm CE448 Residential Bathroom Design Fixtures and Fittings 1 session | Wed, April 3, 6–9pm CE912 Marketing Your Design Practice: Go to Market 1 session | Wed, April 3, 6–9pm CE050 Introduction to Interior Design G | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 2–4pm H | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 6–8pm CE051 Introduction to Commercial Design C | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 2–4pm D | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 6–8pm CE403 Sketching Techniques for Interior Designers 4 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 6–9pm CE410 2D-Drafting with Auto CAD—Level 1 M | 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 6–9pm CE464 Revit for Interior Design- Level 3 ONLINE | 4 weeks |beg. Mon, April 8 CE475 Secrets of Color ONLINE | 2 weeks | beg. Mon, April 8 CE154 Tour the New York Design Center/200LEX 1 session | Wed, April 10, 2–5pm

Unless otherwise noted, all ICPS courses take place at New York School of Interior Design, 170 East 70 Street .

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CE337 Styling the Interiors Photoshoot 1 session | Wed, April 10, 2–4pm CE805 Creating a Successful Color Scheme 1 session | Wed, April 10, 6–9pm CE466 Design with the Principles of Classicism 3 sessions | beg. Tue, April 16, 6–9pm CE148 Insider's Guide Designing with Rugs + Carpets 3 sessions | beg. Wed, April 17, 2–5pm CE338 Working with a Photographer to Capture Your Designs 1 session | Wed, April 17, 2–4pm CE449 Residential Bathroom Design Planning and Layout 1 session | Wed, April 17, 6–9pm CE913 Marketing Your Design Practice: Manage 1 session | Wed, April 17, 6–9pm CE157 Tour the Interior Design and Fine Arts Buildings 1 session | Wed, April 24, 2–5pm CE806 Transform an Existing Space with Color 1 session | Wed, April 24, 6–9pm CE147 Insider's Guide: Sourcing Historic Textiles and Wallcoverings 1 session | Thurs, April 25, 2–5pm

MAY

CE476 Roots of Classical Design ONLINE | 2 weeks | beg. Mon, April 29

CE914 Marketing Your Design Practice: Grow 1 session | Wed, May 1, 6–9pm CE316 Designer Tour of the Chelsea Art Galleries 1 session | Thurs, May 2, 1–4pm

Unless otherwise noted, all ICPS courses take place at New York School of Interior Design, 170 East 70 Street .

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BASIC INTERIOR DESIGN (BID) CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

If you’re ready for an overall introduction to the field of interior design, our one-year Basic Interior Design certificate program might be for you. Although it’s a non-degree program, your credits here can be applied to an AAS or BFA. You can take classes part-time or full-time, and you can participate in person or online. No portfolio is required for admission. The curriculum emphasizes the fundamental skills and knowledge of interior design, architecture, and the visual and decorative arts. Introductory courses focus on drawing, design concepts, and design history, thereby building a foundation-level understanding of the technical and aesthetic principles essential to comprehending space planning, color, drafting, and materials and finishes. The BID certificate alone is not sufficient for graduates to be eligible for licensure without further professional education and experience ¡¡ The program can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis ¡¡ Courses are offered onsite and online ¡¡ The curriculum focuses on the foundation of interior design ¡¡ All credits can be applied to the AAS or BFA programs

ONLINE OPTION

The Basic Interior Design online certificate provides the same rigorous education that we offer on campus, but with greater flexibility. NYSID instructors teach every course and the curriculum and learning goals are the same as the onsite courses. You can study on your own time and at your own pace—watch recorded lectures and demonstrations, participate in active discussions with fellow students and the instructor, and access handouts and assignments whenever it is convenient for you. Students matriculated in the onsite BID program (with the exception of international students) may take up to 9 credits in the online format; students matriculated in the online BID program may take up to 9 credits in onsite courses. Any academic credits earned online will directly apply to future NYSID degree programs.

For more information about the BID certificate program, visit nysid.edu/BID or email admissions@nysid.edu.

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NOT ALL MULTI-SESSION COURSES MEET CONSECUTIVELY.

CE050 Introduction to Interior Design A | 6 sessions | beg. Mon, February 4, 2–4pm | $690 B | 6 sessions | beg. Mon, February 4, 6–8pm | $690 C | 6 sessions | beg. Tue, February 5, 2–4pm | $690 D | 6 sessions | beg. Tue, February 5, 6–8pm | $690 ONLINE | 6 weeks | beg. Tue, January 29 | $690 ONLINE | 6 weeks | beg. Mon, March 25 | $690 E | 6 sessions | beg. Tue, April 2, 2–4pm | $690 F | 6 sessions | beg. Tue, April 2, 6–8pm | $690 G | 6 sessions |beg. Thurs, April 4, 2–4pm | $690 H | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 6–8pm | $690 Interior design projects may involve totally new construction or the renovation, modernization, or refurbishment of an existing facility, space, or room. This course is intended for people who are considering a career in interior design. It provides a broad introduction to the profession and an overview of the education and requisite skills. The emphasis of this course is residential, a branch of interior design that typically includes specialties such as kitchens, bathrooms, home offices and custom furniture. Through class discussions and select residential projects, students explore a variety of essential design topics such as; the principles and elements of design, the use and application of color, space planning standards, and assembling furniture, materials, surfaces, textures, and color schemes. Key residential design resources such as manufacturers, showrooms, and suppliers are explored. Students shall be provided with details regarding the purchase of required drawing materials and supplies at the beginning of the course. Online learning students will participate in active discussions with their fellow students and the instructor. Online learning students will need access to a computer (with audio capability such as speakers or headphones), scanner, and digital camera. Student projects are assembled in either PowerPoint (Windows operating system) or Keynote (Mac operating system) format. INSTRUCTORS: Don Kossar, Katherine Tomko, Leyden Lewis, Pamela Giolito, Randi Halpern

CE051 Introduction to Commercial Design A | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 7, 2–4pm | $690| 12 CEUs | 12 LUs B | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 7, 6–8pm | $690| 12 CEUs | 12 LUs C | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 2–4pm | $690 | 12 CEUs | 12 LUs D | 6 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 6–8pm | $690 | 12 CEUs | 12 LUs ONLINE | 6 weeks | beg. Mon, February 25 | $690 As a profession, interior design is typically divided into categories with the most obvious distinction being residential and commercial. While most designers work in both areas, many also specialize in one. This course is a broad overview of commercial design, which includes hospitality, workplace, retail and institutional design. Through lectures, class discussions and a simple project, students develop a basic understanding of the design process for no-residential projects, the key design and planning elements of a typical commercial design, materials and resources, and the different “players,” from client to contractors. A basic knowledge of drafting is recommended, but not required. Students will be provided with a supply list in the first class session. INSTRUCTORS: Joseph Marino, Maryana Grinshpun

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NONCREDIT COURSES

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NOT ALL MULTI-SESSION COURSES MEET CONSECUTIVELY.

NONCREDIT COURSES

For exact schedule for a specific course, please inquire via email to icps@nysid.edu.

CE056 NCIDQ Exam Preparation A | 2 sessions | Sat and Sun, March 23–March 24, 9:30am–6:30pm | $395 | 12 CEUs | 12 LUs ONLINE | 4 weeks | beg. Mon, February 25 | $395 The NCIDQ exam is the qualifying exam for certification of Interior Designers. The exam consists of 3 sections to be completed following the approval of eligible educational requirements. The three sections are: IDFX: Interior Design Fundamentals Exam— A 125 question multiple choice exam encompassing the topics of: building systems and construction, programming and site analysis, human behavior and the designed environment, construction drawing and specifications. IDPX: Interior Design Professional Exam—A 150 question multiple choice exam covering topics of: codes and standards, building systems and integration, project coordination, professional and business practices. PRAC 2.0: Practicum Exam—An examination of 3 case studies: large commercial, small commercial, and residential. This exam will have candidates answer questions covering project scenarios, universal codes, lighting design, life safety, egress, systems integration, restroom design, millwork design and space planning. This course, in both its on-site and online formats is designed to provide an overview and simulation of the NCIDQ exam including: exam format, study tips, helpful handouts, exam writing strategies and exam simulation. This course will break down test taking strategies for all three sections of the exam, with a focus on the new digital PRAC 2.0. It will provide an understanding of the test objectives and examine questions to identify the logical reasoning behind a correct answer. Participants will complete exercises that simulate the PRAC 2.0, IDFX and IDPX exams followed by review, analysis and explanation. Participants should review the suggested reading materials prior to the sessions and be prepared to write a mock NCIDQ PRAC 2.0 exam along with IDFX and IDPX quizzes. SUGGESTED READING MATERIALS:

Interior Design Reference Manual, 6th Edition by David Kent Ballast AIA Forms and Agreements: AIA Document B101—2017 Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Designer AIA Document A251—2007 General Conditions to the Contract for Furniture, Furnishings, and Equipment AIA Form G70—2017 Forms for change orders AIA Document A310—2010 Bid Bond AIA Document 312—2010 Performance Bond and Payment Bond NCIDQ Code Requirements: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/0784c1_08fb2b4c8f9f4ab1893f3d74407873da.pdf Universal Design / Accessibility Guidelines: Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) INSTRUCTOR: Christine Kim

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CE139 History of the Modern Interior 5 sessions | beg. Mon, February 25, 5:30–7pm | $275 | 7.5 CEUs | 7.5 LUs This course examines the history of the modern interior, its taste and furnishings. It illuminates concepts and approaches to the interior space, from the advent of the Victorian home, through Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, the Modernist home, Postmodernism, and Minimalism. This course illustrates some legendary interiors, some of which have left their marks on the history of Modern design, created by talented artists, designers, architects, and tastemakers, often commissioned by patrons of progressive taste. While considering major design movements, the course aims to move beyond a formal analysis to a discussion of key notions in interior design, such as modernity, hygiene, gender, class, sustainability, and identities. INSTRUCTOR: Daniella Ohad

CE147 Insider’s Guide: Sourcing Historic Textiles and Wallcoverings 1 session | Thurs, April 25, 2–5pm | $165 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs This course is a tour of showrooms at the Decoration and Design Building, 979 Third Avenue “The D+D”. The tour highlights showrooms rich in historic and “document” wallpaper and textile designs including Brunschwig and Fils, Schumacher, and Pierre Frey. Students will meet in the main lobby at “The D+D”at the concierge desk, 15 minutes before the course is scheduled to begin. INSTRUCTOR: Anthony Pellino

CE148 Insider's Guide Designing with Rugs + Carpets 3 sessions | beg. Wed, April 17, 2–5pm | $325 | 6 CEUs | 6 LUs Learn how to source rugs for your project starting from measuring the room correctly to determining proper size and placement. Discover which essential questions to ask when purchasing a rug, whether, existing or customizing. Including discerning the quality and the texture of a rug, and what materials create the desired look, feel, and durability. Starting with a brief historical background on the significance of textiles and rugs in varying cultures since the 16th and 17th centuries, participants will learn about trends in manufacturing technology, innovation, aesthetics, and how to select rugs based upon the social, environmental, and economic components of sustainability. Part 1: Lecture: History, Identification, Typology, Manufacturing, and Materials Part 2: Field trip: Visit two NYC to-the-trade rug galleries and showrooms in Manhattan Part 3: In-class exercise: Scaling of rugs and carpets in space. Concepts discussed will be pattern, texture, color, and size, including the visual and sensory impact of designing with rugs. INSTRUCTOR: Anthony Pellino

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NONCREDIT COURSES

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NOT ALL MULTI-SESSION COURSES MEET CONSECUTIVELY.

NONCREDIT COURSES

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CE149 Collecting Fine Art Paintings 1 session | Tue, February 5, 6–8pm | $85 | 2 CEUs | 2 LUs Why do we create museums and endeavor to have our own art collections? What are the historical precedents? This course is one in a series of five that traces the emergence of each of the following art forms: Painting, Drawings + Works on Paper, Fine Art Prints, Sculpture, and Ceramics. Discussions include the emergence of the art collector with a particular emphasis on this history as it pertains to New York City. This course is designed as a practical guide to curating a collection of fine works, including selection, placement, budgeting and installing. The discussion showcases a multitude of works, in each art form, that are available for purchase today together with an insider’s guide to a range of galleries, dealers, art fairs, and auctions. Other courses in this series include: CE165 Insider's Guide: Collecting Works on paper CE166 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Art Prints CE194 Insider's Guide: Collecting Sculpture CE196 Insider's Guide: Ceramics INSTRUCTOR: Diana Erdos

CE154 Tour the New York Design Center/200LEX 1 session | Wed, April 10, 2–5pm | $165 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Located in midtown Manhattan at 200 Lexington Avenue, the New York Design Center (NYDC) is an essential resource for designers and architects. The country's oldest furniture and design building, the NYDC houses a variety of residential and contract showrooms, a diversity of product lines, and on-going support of design trade associations that make it an invaluable resource to the design trade. Today, the NYDC houses nearly 100 showrooms representing over 300 lines of fine, traditional, contemporary, and contract furniture, fabrics, floor-coverings, wall-coverings and decorative accessories. This course is a comprehensive tour of the famed venue with published interior designer Judy Sheridan ASID, CID. Students will get the opportunity to find industry treasures, learn about sourcing techniques, and see how to approach the subject of craftsmanship. Get to know the NYDC as an insider professional exploring a variety of showrooms, including, Aero, Bright, Circa Lighting, Global, Gibson Interior Products, Dennis Miller Associates, Baker, Lorin Marsh, Benjamin Moore, and more. Students meet in the NYDC main lobby at the concierge desk, 15 minutes before the course is scheduled to begin. INSTRUCTOR: Judy Sheridan

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CE155 Tour the Decoration and Design Building/ D+D 1 session | Wed, March 27, 2–5pm | $165 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs The Decoration and Design Building “The D+D” has been a part of New York’s Interior Design world for more than 40 years. It is located in the heart of Manhattan, on Third Avenue between 58th and 59th Streets. Known nationally and internationally as the world’s most important home to over 130 furniture and textile showrooms, “The D+D” building represents over 3,000 leading manufacturers dedicated to the very best in residential and commercial interior furnishings, educational opportunities, and resource information. This course is a comprehensive tour of this staple New York City Interior Design market resource Get to know “The D+D” Building as you explore its great variety of showrooms, including Dakota Jackson, Lee Jofa, Houles, Kravet, Robert Allen, Lorin Marsh, Armani / Casa, J. Robert Scott, and more. Students meet in “The D+D” main lobby at the concierge desk, 15 minutes before the course is scheduled to begin. Students meet at the ID main entrance in the lobby, 979 Third Avenue, 15 minutes before the course is scheduled to begin. INSTRUCTOR: Judy Sheridan

CE156 Tour the Architects and Designers Building/A+D 1 session | Wed, April 3, 2–5pm | $165 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs The Architects and Designers Building, “The A+D”— located at 150 East 58th Street, is home to the New York's largest collection of luxury showrooms for kitchens, baths, appliances, tile, stone, and home furnishings. With 35 showrooms spanning more than 200,000 square feet and featuring thousands of distinctive products, “The A+D” building offers discerning trade professionals and homeowners the convenience of one-stop shopping. This course is a comprehensive tour of the famed venue with published interior designer Judy Sheridan ASID, CID. You’ll get the opportunity to find unexpected treasures, learn about design techniques, and how she approaches the subject of sourcing. Get to know “The A+D” building as you explore its great variety of showrooms including Hastings Tile and Bath, Poggenpohl, B+B Italia, SieMatic, Poliform, Sub Zero/Wolf, Artistic Tile, Paris Ceramics, and more. Students meet in “The A+D” building’s main lobby at the concierge desk, 15 minutes before the course is scheduled to begin. INSTRUCTOR: Judy Sheridan

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NONCREDIT COURSES

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NOT ALL MULTI-SESSION COURSES MEET CONSECUTIVELY.

NONCREDIT COURSES

For exact schedule for a specific course, please inquire via email to icps@nysid.edu.

CE157 Tour the Interior Design Building and Fine Arts Buildings 1 session | Wed, April 24, 2–5pm | $165 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Located at 306 East 61st Street, between Firsta and and 2nd Avenue, the 110 year-old Interior Design Building (IDB) houses some of the finest interior design merchants in New York City. The seven floor structure supports a wide array of individually-owned art and antique galleries, furniture and lighting shops, each specializing in their particular field and offering a wealth of historically diverse interior design products. This course is a comprehensive tour of this venue with led by published interior designer Judy Sheridan ASID, CID. You’ll get the opportunity to find unexpected treasures, while sourcing antiques and accessories. Join Ms. Sheridan as she discusses the subject of sourcing and the abundance of accessories. Get to know the IDB and the Fine Arts Building as you explore its their great variety of showrooms. The Fine Arts Building, located East 59th Street, is an undiscovered gem of specialized showrooms and superb antique shops. This tour focuses on the uniqueness of the individual owners and their top of the line merchandise. Here you will find Italian fabrics, several of the finest antique shops, frames: new and old, garden furnishings, contemporary furniture and more. The Interior Design Building is situated itself perfectly to cater to those who demand the highest quality and greatest scope in their interior design antiquities. projects. Visits will include Dessin Fournir, Michael Dawkins, The Chinese Porcelain Company, Bunny Williams Home, Lowy Fine Frames and more. Students meet at the ID main entrance in the lobby, 306 East 61st Street, 15 minutes before the course is scheduled to begin. INSTRUCTOR: Judy Sheridan

CE158 The Tastemakers 5 sessions | beg. Mon, April 1, 10am–12pm | $325 | 10 CEUs | 10 LUs Who are the Tastemakers? The dictionary says they are those deciding and influencing on what is fashionable. In reality, they are much more intriguing, complex, and fascinating. This course explores the proponents of taste, those historical personalities who are remembered, and those responsible for shaping the taste of today. It seeks to visit their homes, define their vision, discover their inspiration, passion, and innovation, and ultimately to discover their goals and driving forces, which have made them into leaders in matters of taste, educators who strive to inspire the public into elevating their aesthetic sensibility. With a sharp sense of beauty, sophisticated judgment, and personal style, the Tastemakers have made a significant cultural impact, shaping the taste of their time through promoting and sharing their vision. They project taste which is accomplished, educated, and elevated beyond the immediacy. These powerful figures never follow the mainstream, but always think outside of the box. This course takes the format of a seminar where the students take an active part with participation and presentations. INSTRUCTOR: Daniella Ohad

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CE159 Math for Interior Designers 2 sessions | beg. Tue, April 2, 6–8pm | $285 | 4 CEUs | 4 LUs These days it takes more than impeccable taste to become a successful interior designer. Good mathematical and critical reasoning skills are essential whether starting your own business or working for a firm. Correctly identifying and calculating costs can literally mean the difference between success and failure. This seminar is designed to introduce designers to the math and reasoning skills needed to make more informed decisions in today’s competitive world of interior design. Understanding the basic elements of a business plan, calculating the amounts of materials needed for a project, pricing out the various elements of a design project are among the subjects that will be covered. Dr. Badalamenti is highly skilled and has been making math and quantitative reasoning skills easily accessible to adult learners. INSTRUCTOR: Anthony Badalamenti

CE165 Insider's Guide: Collecting Works on Paper 1 session | Tue, February 12, 6–8pm | $85 | 2 CEUs | 2 LUs Why do we create museums and endeavor to have our own art collections? What are the historical precedents? This course is one in a series of five that traces the emergence of each of the following art forms: Painting, Drawings + Works on Paper, Fine Art Prints, Sculpture, and Ceramics. Discussions include the emergence of the art collector with a particular emphasis on this history as it pertains to New York City. This course is designed as a practical guide to curating a collection of fine works, including selection, placement, budgeting and installing. The discussion showcases a multitude of works, in each art form, that are available for purchase today together with an insider’s guide to a range of galleries, dealers, art fairs, and auctions. Other courses in this series include: CE149 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Painting CE166 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Art Prints CE194 Insider's Guide: Collecting Sculpture CE196 Insider's Guide: Ceramics INSTRUCTOR: Diana Erdos

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NONCREDIT COURSES

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NOT ALL MULTI-SESSION COURSES MEET CONSECUTIVELY.

NONCREDIT COURSES

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CE166 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Art Prints 1 session | Tue, February 26, 6–8pm | $85 | 2 CEUs | 2 LUs Why do we create museums and endeavor to have our own art collections? What are the historical precedents? This course is one in a series of five that traces the emergence of each of the following art forms: Painting, Drawings + Works on Paper, Fine Art Prints, Sculpture, and Ceramics. Discussions include the emergence of the art collector with a particular emphasis on this history as it pertains to New York City. This course is designed as a practical guide to curating a collection of fine works, including selection, placement, budgeting and installing. The discussion showcases a multitude of works, in each art form, that are available for purchase today together with an insider’s guide to a range of galleries, dealers, art fairs, and auctions. Other courses in this series include: CE149 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Painting CE165 Insider's Guide: Collecting Works on Paper CE194 Insider's Guide: Collecting Sculpture CE196 Insider's Guide: Ceramics INSTRUCTOR: Diana Erdos

CE194 Insider's Guide: Collecting Sculpture 1 session | Tue, March 5, 6–8pm | $85 | 2 CEUs | 2 LUs Why do we create museums and endeavor to have our own art collections? What are the historical precedents? This course is one in a series of five that traces the emergence of each of the following art forms: Painting, Drawings + Works on Paper, Fine Art Prints, Sculpture, and Ceramics. Discussions include the emergence of the art collector with a particular emphasis on this history as it pertains to New York City. This course is designed as a practical guide to curating a collection of fine works, including selection, placement, budgeting and installing. The discussion showcases a multitude of works, in each art form, that are available for purchase today together with an insider’s guide to a range of galleries, dealers, art fairs, and auctions. Other courses in this series include: CE149 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Painting CE165 Insider's Guide: Collecting Works on Paper CE166 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Art Prints CE196 Insider's Guide: Ceramics INSTRUCTOR: Diana Erdos

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CE196 Insider's Guide: Collecting Ceramic 1 session | Tue, March 19, 6–8pm | $85 | 2 CEUs | 2 LUs Why do we create museums and endeavor to have our own art collections? What are the historical precedents? This course is one in a series of five that traces the emergence of each of the following art forms: Painting, Drawings + Works on Paper, Fine Art Prints, Sculpture, and Ceramics. Discussions include the emergence of the art collector with a particular emphasis on this history as it pertains to New York City. This course is designed as a practical guide to curating a collection of fine works, including selection, placement, budgeting and installing. The discussion showcases a multitude of works, in each art form, that are available for purchase today together with an insider’s guide to a range of galleries, dealers, art fairs, and auctions. Other courses in this series include: CE149 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Painting CE165 Insider's Guide: Collecting Works on Paper CE166 Insider's Guide: Collecting Fine Art Prints CE194 Insider's Guide: Collecting Sculpture INSTRUCTOR: Diana Erdos

CE200 Telling Your Story: How to Catch an Editor's Eye 4 sessions | beg. Wed, February 13, 6:30–8:30pm | $225 | 8 CEUs | 8 LUs Every project, and every client, has a story. And every compelling story, like every great design, consistently contains similar elements: drama, history, color, detail, context, facts, quotes, and anecdotes. Before your work can be published, every reporter, freelance and staff, needs to sell your story to their editors. As a career journalist writing for The New York Times and many top publications in the U.S., Canada and Europe, Ms. Kelly can help you find, create and share stories about your work. Students should bring a tablet or notebook computer to each session. INSTRUCTOR: Caitlin Kelly

CE201 Cultivating Creativity 4 sessions | beg. Wed, March 20, 6:30–8:30pm | $110 | 2 CEUs | 2 LUs How can we best nurture and grow our creative capacities? Where can we seek fresh inspiration? Let’s not think out of the box- but make one! Using Twyla Tharp’s method, we’ll talk about ways to jump-start our own creativity. This interactive class, using specific exercises to boost and spark our creative juices, offers a fresh way to think about what makes us creative and how to refresh those skills in our busy worklives. INSTRUCTOR: Caitlin Kelly

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CE300 Introduction to Interior Lighting A | 3 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 11, 6–8pm | $325 | 6 CEUs | 6 LUs B | 3 sessions | beg. Thurs, March 7, 6–8pm | $325 | 6 CEUs | 6 LUs One of the most striking properties about life is that it has color. As the application of electric lighting technology moves from incandescent to LED, interior designers encounter unique challenges in connection with the appearance of color. Through demonstrations in NYSID’s new state of the art lighting educational facility, this program examines color as experienced by the light from LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) and it provides the basics for understanding the relationship between light quality and its effect on color schemes and palettes. Key color metrics including color rendering, correlated color temperature, and spectral power are presented in an easily understandable manner. Students are invited to bring their own favorite light bulb—medium screw base—for added experimentation. Part 1: Lecture: History, Identification, Typology, Manufacturing, and Materials Part 2: Field trip: Visit a NYC “to-the-trade” lighting showroom in Manhattan Part 3: In-class exercise: Concepts discussed will be architectural and decorative lighting, including task lighting applications. Included in the discussions will be the visual and the sensory impact of designing with light. INSTRUCTOR: Shaun Fillion

CE316 Designer Tour of the Chelsea Art Galleries 1 session | Thurs, May 2, 1–4pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs During this course, Hamer will take students to galleries in Chelsea relevant to the design experience. We will look at and discuss installation art and also walk the Highline as it relates to art in the public sphere. Galleries of particular interest include, David Zwirner, Gagosian Gallery, Marianne Boesky, Lisson Gallery and several others. We will also visit Lehmann Maupin gallery whose new flagship opened in September 2017, designed by architect and art collector Peter Marino. The tour will provide a launching point for critical discussion as well as lend ideas to the designer, looking at ways to incorporate art into interiors. Katy Diamond Hamer, Founding Editor of the art and culture website Eyes-Towards-The-Dove and has contributed to several contemporary art, design and fashion magazines including Cultured, Galerie, Flash Art International, W, New York Magazine (Vulture), and SLEEK. www.instagram.com/katyhamer www.katyhamer.com Attendees will meet at David Zwirner Gallery, 525 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011 15 minutes before the tour is scheduled to begin. INSTRUCTOR: Katy Diamond Hamer

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CE324 Designing Interiors with an Art Collection 3 sessions | beg. Wed, March 20, 6–8pm | $345 | 6 CEUs | 6 LUs A large part of the design of interiors are the pieces of art that make up the visual and visceral impact of the space. The role of art can be the focal point of a room, or something that is well-suited for the background, something so subtle it merges into the environment seamlessly. This two-part course will look at varied fine art installations, sculpture, photography and painting allowing for the student to discover: 1. Who is the viewer: whether in the private residential realm or corporate public space. 2. What is the intention of the works installed 3. Working with a budget 4. How to research art and artists utilizing galleries, dealers and art advisors. Katy Diamond Hamer, Founding Editor of the art and culture website Eyes-Towards-The-Dove, will unravel how she has built a following and a readership. As a journalist, Ms. Diamond has contributed to several contemporary art, design and fashion magazines including Cultured, Galerie, Flash Art International, W, New York Magazine (Vulture), and SLEEK. www.instagram.com/katyhamer www.katyhamer.com INSTRUCTOR: Katy Diamond Hamer

CE326 Social Media Marketing for the Interior Designer 3 sessions | beg. Wed, February 6, 6–8pm | $345 | 6 CEUs | 6 LUs The power of Social Media and Digital Marketing today play a vital role in any design firm or individual practice. Communicating and curating your studio's individual aestheticvision and brand is critical. Components of this course include content selection, posting frequency, and relevant platforms. This course will guide you to build and or expand your existing road map for success by defining your marketing initiatives and interpreting the metrics. Katy Diamond Hamer, Founding Editor of the art and culture website Eyes-Towards-The-Dove. will unravel how she has built a following and a readership. As a journalist, Ms. Diamond has contributed to several contemporary art, design and fashion magazines including Cultured, Galerie , Flash Art International, W, New York Magazine (Vulture), and SLEEK. www.instagram.com/katyhamer www.katyhamer.com INSTRUCTOR: Katy Diamond Hamer

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CE337 Styling the Interiors Photoshoot 1 session | Wed, April 10, 2–4pm | $100 | 2 CEUs | 2 LUs In this workshop, interiors photographer Mark LaRosa will discuss tips for preparing interiors, with special attention to residential, for a photographic shoot. This lecture and slideshow will cover different approaches to styling, what to bring to the shoot, and how to use the objects and furniture in a space to your best advantage and to suit your photographic needs. INSTRUCTOR: Robin Del Pino Ferries

CE338 Working with a Photographer to Capture Your Designs 1 session | Wed, April 17, 2–4pm | $100 | 2 CEUs | 2 LUs Having your finished projects photographed for your portfolio, website, or publication is essential to getting your design work out into the world with the best face possible. Architectural and design photographer Devon Banks will walk you through the most important aspects of working with a professional photographer to visually capture your work. The course will cover different types of spaces and will focus on practical aspects of doing the shoot, including the designer’s role in working on the photos. Other topics such as finding a photographer, cost, time allotment, and usage rights will be covered. INSTRUCTOR: Devon Banks

CE354 Design and the Law: A Brief Overview 3 sessions | beg. Wed, March 20, 6–9pm | $425 | 9 CEUs | 9 LUs For a designer, a clearly written contract is a valuable tool. It will prevent miscommunication between you and your client, your employee, your landlord, and protect you from unreasonable expectations. When you start drafting your interior design contract, you want to think about every possible scenario that might come up that could effect the progress and quality of the project. Typically the most important points of an interior design contract include; statement of work, changes to project scope, project time-line, approval process, budget, failure to pay, and termination. This course explores the form, structure, and content of interior design contracts and agreements. The same can be said about all contracts entered into between the designer/business-owner and any party performing work on behalf of the business. Topics include; key terms, ownership of design, working with contractors, vendors, compensation, liability, and how to address the “what if’s” of a working relationship between two parties, whether it is a design project, an employee, or the lease of space for your design practice or retail store. Session 1: Business Law—Between Designer and Client Session 2: Labor Law—Between Designer and Employees and Independent Contractors Session 3: Real Estate Law—Between Designer and Landlord, Seller INSTRUCTOR: C. Jaye Berger, Gwen Chelidze, TBA

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CE403 Sketching Techniques for Interior Designers 4 sessions | beg. Thurs, April 4, 6–9pm | $425 | 12 CEUs | 12 LUs Do not let a lack of confidence in your ability to draw prevent you from expressing your ideas quickly and successfully. Give yourself the freedom to scrawl your concepts on paper or on the back of a napkin and you will reach a new level of spontaneous creativity. Even in the age of digital drawing, the ability to sketch will enable you to effectively communicate with clients and colleagues. Either on the spur of the moment or by routine, learn to embrace your pen and paper and you will be surprised at how sketching can save time, improve work flow, enhance communication, boost creativity, and be enjoyable. This course will instruct you on the use of basic drawing materials, simple shapes and composition for creating informative diagrams quickly and with minimum effort. INSTRUCTOR: Francis Sheehan

CE410 2D-Drafting with Auto CAD—Level 1 K | 7 sessions | beg. Tue, January 29, 6:30–9:30pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs L | 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 28, 6–8pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs M | 7 sessions | beg. Tue, April 4, 6–9pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs Take advantage of the functionality and productivity found in AutoCAD. Learn the fundamentals of AutoCAD in this hands-on course and discover how to efficiently prepare 2D digital drawings. Specifically designed for interior designers and using the Microsoft operating system, this course will cover the basics of AutoCAD drawing software. Topics include drawing commands, drawing set-up and edit, layers, dimensioning, and text. Save, save-as, printing and plotting functions are also covered. An elementary knowledge of both basic hand drafting and computer use is recommended. Students are encouraged to bring a flash drive for saving their work throughout the course. INSTRUCTORS: TBA, Russell Klein

CE411 2D-Drafting with AutoCAD—Level 2 7 sessions | beg. Tue, February 28, 6:15–9:15pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs This course is specifically designed for those who have a working knowledge of basic AutoCAD 2D drafting using the Microsoft operating system. Build on the fundamentals of AutoCAD through hands-on exercises that explore the creation of 2D construction drawings using more advanced drawing production and management commands such as edit, annotate, block, layer, style, properties, and hatch. Work with drawing collaboration techniques such as publishing and plotting. Students are encouraged to bring a flash drive for saving their work throughout the course. As a prerequisite, working knowledge of the basics of 2D Drafting with AutoCAD or have completed CE410. INSTRUCTORS: TBA

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CE416 Basic 3ds Max 7 sessions | beg. Tue, February 5, 6–9pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs Originally known as 3D Studio Max, this popular software seamlessly works with AutoCAD and enables interior designers and architects to create artistic and realistic three dimensional visualizations of concepts and designs. Students will be taught the basics of 3D modeling, creating and applying realistic textures, lighting principles and rendering techniques. Learn the capabilities of the interface, how to work efficiently, and how to apply the right tools to accomplish specific tasks. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of the basics of 2D Drafting with AutoCAD or Revit. INSTRUCTOR: Frank Collazo

CE417 Basic V-Ray for 3ds Max and SketchUp 7 sessions | beg. Wed, March 20, 6–9pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs Create compelling visual representations with V-Ray, a popular third party commercial rendering plug-in for 3D computer graphics software applications. It is used in media, entertainment, and design industries such as film and video game production, industrial design, product design, architecture and interior design. Learn how to take a single 3ds Max and SketchUp scene with interior elements and add lights, move cameras, and enhance objects by adding translucent and reflective surface qualities. Leverage each of the V-Ray tools, materials, and lighting types to achieve specific effects that will take your renderings to the next level. Students will use NYSID computers (Windows operating system) but are encouraged to save the work on their own portable drives. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of 3ds Max and SketchUp INSTRUCTORS: TBA

CE427 Technical Drawing I: Linking the Hand to the Mind 4 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 14, 6–9pm | $425 | 12 CEUs | 12 LUs Words are good descriptors and Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) programs represent a revolutionary drafting tool, but drawing is the creative link between the imagination and the realization of an idea. Today, technical drawing takes on a different purpose. This different purpose is in connection with spatial visualization and the ability to transfer that visualization between paper and computer, directly and fluently. Through structured in-class hand drafting exercises intended to develop spatial visualization skills, students employ technical drawing techniques such as orthographic projection, isometric drawing, hidden views, sectional views, line types, line weights, and scale to depict abstract forms and objects. To some degree, CAD has made hand drawing obsolete but only those with a profound understanding of geometry and spatial skills can make the best use of CAD systems. Students are required to bring the following supplies: 11"x17" unlined drawing vellum, drawing pencils (HB, H or F weight), 12" roll of tracing paper, eraser, 12" architect's scale ruler, 8" 30 degree / 60 degree triangle, 6" 45 degree triangle, 6" protractor, drafting tape or dots, and pencil sharpener (not electric). These items can be purchased at the NYSID art supply store. Drawing boards with parallel straight edges will be provided. As a prerequisite, working knowledge of Intermediate level AutoCAD and or has completed CE411. INSTRUCTOR: Joseph Marino

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CE428 Technical Drawing II: Construction Drawing Fundamentals 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, March 21, 6–9pm | $475 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs The main purpose of construction drawings (also called plans, blueprints, or working drawings) is to show what is to be built. When a design professional or tradesman looks at a set of drawings, every line, arrow, squiggle, and symbol has significance. Together they provide a detailed guide to how the project goes together and what it will look like. This course introduces students to the mechanical hand drafting tools, techniques and principles necessary to prepare and assemble construction drawings. Students will learn how to use mechanical drafting equipment to produce architectural lettered and dimensioned drawings such as floor plans, lighting plans, power and signal plans, elevations, and sections. In addition to drafting skills, students will develop the ability to read, understand and interpret technical drawings. The following supplies are required: 11"x17" unlined drawing vellum, drawing pencils (HB, H or F weight), 12" roll of tracing paper, eraser, 12" architect's scale ruler, 8" 30 degree / 60 degree triangle, 6" 45 degree triangle, 6" protractor, drafting tape or dots, and pencil sharpener (not electric). These items can be purchased at the NYSID art supply store. Drawing boards with parallel straight edges will be provided. As a prerequisite, the successful completion of Technical Drawing I: Linking the Hand to the Mind (CE427) is required. INSTRUCTORS: Joe Marino

CE430 Revit for Interior Design- Level 1 ONLINE | 4 weeks | beg. January 28 | $690 L | 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 28, 6:15–9:15pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs L | 7 sessions | beg. Tue, February 5, 6:15–9:15pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs This course will cover the basics of Revit, a powerful 3D modeling and visualization computer program for interior designers, architects, engineers, and contractors. Explore the concept of BIM (Building Information Modeling), placing emphasis on the process of interior design by using parametric models—components with real world behavior. Experience the Revit interface as it updates the drawing set, rendered perspective views, and schedules. Learn the skills to generate various design studies and investigations within a single model using the design options tool. Students are encouraged to bring a flash drive for the duration of the course for saving their work. INSTRUCTORS: TBA, Samuel Mikhail

CE431 Adobe Photoshop- Level 1 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, January 24, 6–9pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs Learn the basic tools and techniques of Adobe Photoshop, the premiere imaging editing program used by professionals in all design disciplines. 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: Brian Lee

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CE432 Adobe Illustrator—Level I 7 sessions | beg. Thurs, March 21, 6–9pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs Adobe Illustrator is a vector based image creation program used in illustrations, technical drawings, animations, special effects, logo design, and motion graphics. Topics covered include drawing tools, the pen tool, color and gradients, gradient mesh tool, patterns, effects, image trace, vector vs. rasterized artwork, CMYK vs. RGB color, and integration with other Adobe Creative Suite programs. INSTRUCTOR: Brian Lee

CE433 Adobe InDesign—Level 1 7 sessions | beg. Sat, March 2, 9:30am–12:30pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs Adobe InDesign is the design industry’s standard layout program. Learn how to layout pages for presentations, magazines, and ads. Topics covered include layout grids, styling text, importing photos, colors, adding multiple pages, threading text frames, paragraph and character styles, master pages, how to create files for print or web, and integration with other Adobe Creative Suite programs. INSTRUCTOR: Brian Lee

CE435 SketchUp—Level 1 7 sessions | beg. Wed, February 6, 6–9pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs SketchUp is synonymous with pleasant and intuitive 3D modeling software. This is the first part of a three level course sequence that will introduce students to the SketchUp interface. Begin by drawing lines and shapes then push, pull, stretch, copy, rotate, and paint to make anything you like. Explore how to import and edit components from Google warehouse. SketchUp is compatible with CAD files, different types of image files, and other file formats designed for sharing 3D modeling data between applications. INSTRUCTORS: TBA

CE436 SketchUp—Level 2 7 sessions | beg. Sat, February 9, 9:30am–12:30pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs Building on the fundamental skills learned in Basic SketchUp, students will experiment with the use of shadows, light, textures, and other digital rendering techniques to give visual appeal to their 3D SketchUp drawings. Topics include managing 3D geometry by creating and manipulating groups and components, importing information into SketchUp, using PhotoMatch to add photographs to a model, and creating, editing, mixing, and applying styles. As a prerequisite: Basic working knowledge of SketchUp or have taken CE435. INSTRUCTORS: TBA

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CE437 SketchUp—Level 3 9 sessions | beg. Sat, March 2, 6–9pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs This course is designed for advanced SketchUp users who are familiar with all of SketchUp's basic commands. Students are introduced to advanced modeling and tool techniques and material and texture editing. Topics include using CAD files for reference, organizing the model by using layers, creating sections, using SketchUp layout for presentations, creating walk through and animations and exporting SketchUp models to AutoCAD and Google Layout. Prerequisite: Comprehensive knowledge of SketchUp or have taken CE436 INSTRUCTOR: Frank Collazo

CE438 Revit for Interior Design- Level 2 ONLINE | 4 weeks | beg. Mon, February 25 | $690 K | 7 sessions | beg. Mon, March 18, 6–9pm | $690 | 21 CEUs | 21 LUs This course builds on the fundamentals of basic Revit through hands-on exercises that further explore the production of BIM (Building Information Modeling) based drawings. Students learn efficient work habits and become familiar with a work-share tool that allows collaboration of multiple users to build and modify a single model. Students are encouraged to bring a flash drive for the duration of the course for saving their work. INSTRUCTORS: Karl Frantz, Samuel Mikhail

CE447 Residential Bathroom Design Materials and Surfaces 1 session | Wed, March 27, 6pm–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Bathroom design has changed dramatically in recent decades. Bathrooms, especially master bathrooms, have become far more than the simple, utilitarian room they once were. They have evolved from simple, white tiled, sanitized spaces into personal retreats and at-home spas. Designing a bathroom requires planning, good information, and careful thought. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, surfaces need to be hardworking and impervious to water and harsh cleaning products. This course is intended for interior designers, architects, contractors, or those in sales and marketing of bathroom products looking for specialist knowledge in bathroom design to complement their existing skills and qualifications. INSTRUCTOR: John Buscarello

CE448 Residential Bathroom Design Fixtures and Fittings 1 session | Wed, April 3, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Bathrooms, whether big or small, should always be well thought out, carefully located, and should function with multiple users in mind. Today's bathrooms need to be beautiful, use space efficiently and serve the users functionally. Fixtures can provide a focal point of a bathroom and have a powerful impact on the decorating style and fittings control the direction, flow, temperature, and texture of water. This course is intended for interior designers, architects, contractors, or those in sales and marketing of bathroom products looking for specialist knowledge in bathroom design to complement their existing skills and qualifications. INSTRUCTOR: John Buscarello

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CE449 Residential Bathroom Design Planning and Layout 1 session | Wed, April 17, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs In terms of square footage, a bathroom—in most houses—is one of the smallest spaces but it tends to be one of the most complex to plan, design, and construct. It is a multi-purpose space that must include plenty of storage, easy-care surfaces, and durable fixtures. There are many different levels of 'wow factor' that can be incorporated into this room to showcase personal style. Planning a bathroom, trying to make everything fit in the available space, is like doing a giant crossword puzzle. Among the challenges: configuring the toilet and sink to code, allowing enough clearance for a shower and, of course, where to put the towels and sundries. This course is intended for interior designers, architects, contractors, or those in sales and marketing of bathroom products looking for specialist knowledge in bathroom design to complement their existing skills and qualifications. Be equipped to excel in the design of the room that consumers are most particular about, and in which they invest heavily and demand top results for their investment. INSTRUCTOR: John Buscarello

CE455 PreDesign Service Fundamentals Developing a Program 2 sessions | beg. Thurs, February 28, 6–9pm | $285 | 6 CEUs | 6 LUs Gathering information is a basic human activity. We use information to learn, to help us solve problems, to aid our decision making processes and to understand each other more clearly. During the PreDesign phase of a project, the interior designer along with the other key stakeholders, take part in PreDesign services, the purpose of which is to map the project including identifying the goals and anticipating the challenges. This service produces clearly crafted program documents that serve as a road map to the entire planning and design process and helps bridge between theories, ideas, drawings, construction, and occupancy. Many consider this phase as potentially the most important of all and the resulting decisions shape the scope of work, identifies desired functions of spaces and their probable sizes, describes the relationships of the spaces to each other, and influences both the budget and the schedule. Questioning is the key to gaining more information and it is fundamental to successful communication. This course outlines the essential definitions, tasks, skills and inquiry techniques required to establish the strategic, functional, and programmatic objectives that guide every aspect of a project from start to finish. INSTRUCTOR: Robert Klein

CE456 PreDesign Services: Workplace Design Strategy 1 session | Thurs, March 28, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Escalating business expense along with increased competition has made attracting and retaining quality employees more important than ever before. An effectively designed workplace can be the key to successful branding, staff engagement, job satisfaction, well-being, and productivity. Your client wants new office space but they want to work differently, to change their culture to reflect trending values, work styles, and technology. They are looking to you, the interior designer, to facilitate that discussion and shepherd them on how to proceed with thinking outside the box. What are the tools you need to lead this process and help them develop their workplace design strategy? This course presents the skills needed to conduct a visioning session and how to determine the necessity of performing on-site observations and time/use studies. Topics include decision making using benchmarking, workplace design trends, and shaping an office design philosophy that best suits your client’s objectives, expectations and culture. INSTRUCTOR: Robert Klein

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CE464 Revit for Interior Design—Level 3 ONLINE | 3 weeks | beg. April 8 | $690 Advanced Modeling in Revit Architecture elaborates on the basics and intermediate level of core elements in Revit. In this course, for the well-trained Revit user, the instructor will delve into specialized features such as in-place families, adaptive components, and the massing environment. Samuel Mikhail will encourage the designers into to expand the use of this modeling tool in order to accomplish their design and detailed vision. Through discovery and applying industry standard and best practices, employing creative and sometimes unconventional techniques and procedures INSTRUCTOR: Samuel Mikhail

CE465 Introduction to Classical Design Principles 3 sessions | beg. Tue, March 19, 6–9pm | $475 | 9 CEUs | 9 LUs The most beautiful rooms of any style can be traced to their orderly arrangement of form, line, mass, and proportion. This unique course Two Part suite is intended for design enthusiasts at all skill levels, and areas of interest. Part One: Through lectures and informative in-class drawing exercises, an in-depth introduction to the language of the classical orders will be discussed and demonstrated; topics include the guiding principles of design and proportion and the application of the basic elements of classical architecture. Part Two CE466: With the foundations learned in Part A, students will be a guided through a small design project. Each participant will, step-by-step, apply the exciting process of the basic classical elements. By applying these proportional systems the origins of both traditional design and modernism will be revealed through this exercise. The following supplies are required: One pad of 11"x17" unlined drawing paper, drawing pencils (HB, H or F weight, ), red and/ or blue colored pencils, one 12" roll of lightweight tracing paper, eraser, one 12" architect's scale ruler, one 8" 30/60 degree triangle, one 6" 45 degree triangle, drafting tape or dots, one-pencil sharpener (non-electric). These items can be purchased at DaVinci art supply store located at the 170 East 70th Street entrance of NYSID. Drawing boards with parallel straight edges will be provided. INSTRUCTOR: Nina Strachimirova

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CE466 Design with the Principles of Classicism 3 sessions | beg. Tue, April 16, 6–9pm | $475 | 9 CEUs | 9 LUs Applying the classical principles discovered in the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations has been at practice for many centuries. From the Renaissance to current day Modernism the substrate for many renown architecture and interior spaces can be traced back to their proportional origins. Part Two builds on the foundations learned in Part One. Students are guided through a small design project. Each participant will, step-by-step, apply the exciting process of the basic classical elements. By applying these proportional systems the origins of both traditional design and modernism will be revealed through this exercise. The following supplies are required: One pad of 11"x17" unlined drawing paper, drawing pencils (HB, H or F weight, ), red and/ or blue colored pencils, one 12" roll of lightweight tracing paper, eraser, one 12" architect’s scale ruler, one 8" 30/60 degree triangle, one 6" 45 degree triangle, drafting tape or dots, One-pencil sharpener (non-electric). These items can be purchased at DaVinci art supply store located at the 170 East 70th Street entrance of NYSID. Drawing boards with parallel straight edges will be provided. INSTRUCTOR: Nina Strachimirova

CE475 Secrets of Color ONLINE | 2 weeks | beg. Tue, February 12 | $475 ONLINE | 2 weeks | beg. Mon, April 8 | $475 “Color for the Classical Interior” is a unique course, going beyond the conventional color course to reveal traditional methods of sketching and watercolor techniques. The class will lay the foundation for new skills and perspectives to design projects and to create architectural renderings alike. The instruction is rooted in the art of value and color mixing using essential pigments,light and color theory. Demonstrations include creating your own transfer paper, and exercises on timed sketch-painting. Participants will learn to blend their intuitive creative skills with these traditional techniques to produce rich imagery for print, social media, and presentation. MATERIALS LIST:

Ability to print out a drawing on letter-sized printer paper Good quality sketching paper, approximately 8.5"x11" A set of Sketching Pencils, including HB Pencil Sharpener Kneaded eraser Basic rubber eraser Good quality, smooth watercolor paper/notebook, approximately 8.5"x11" Windsor Newton Travel Watercolor Kit (the most basic kit/smallest size will do) Good quality, Size 8 watercolor brush (or similar size(s)); sable or synthetic 2–3 plastic mixing trays with lids Plastic cup for water/cleaning brush Optional: set of grayscale rendering markers and vellum/marker paper INSTRUCTOR: Nina R. Lomeo

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CE476 Roots of Classical Design ONLINE | 2 weeks | beg. Mon, April 29 | $475 What is classical design? Where did it start? How is classical design still relevant today? “Travel to another time and place” to study the roots and examples of classical Greek architecture and interiors. This course will focus on “Seeing” Knossos, Athens, and Delphi as the ancient Greeks once did. Learn and develop the vocabulary necessary to identify and discuss the principles of classical architecture and their interiors. Topics reviewed will include geometry, proportion, and symmetry. Learn how to recognize and talk about the many examples of classical design in today’s world. Francisco will present examples of classical Greek temples, their relation to the landscape. Using the temples at Knossos we will see the beginnings of philosophies and the ideas behind the placement of these significant structures. Drawing Demonstrations will include identifying site-lines created through the temples and corresponding processions. Also included in this course will be an exercise in drawing the “Golden Section”. The material will be engaged through group discussions and postings for this online course format. Students are asked to identify and find examples of classical design in their area as the basis for the course exercises. MATERIALS LIST:

Camera 8.5"x11" paper or equivalent Pencil Compass Straight Edge and 12" Ruler INSTRUCTOR: Francisco de Leon

CE515 Basics of Garden Design 3 sessions | beg. Thurs, March 21, 6–8pm | $325 | 6 CEUs | 6 LUs This foundation course will give you the tools to begin to create and realize your garden and landscaping ideas. From the initial sketch to a unified garden design, this course will include the indoor-outdoor connection. The course will review the elements within the garden design typology. A review of the softscape comprising the animate (living), horticultural elements of the landscape design. Simply put, softscape refers to the plantings within the garden. How the softscape elements are complemented and balanced by “hardscape” components, such as wooden pergolas, stone walls, paver, water features, furniture, tile, brick-walkways, and other exterior decorative or architectural elements. INSTRUCTOR: FireDean Schilling

CE804 The Art of Choosing Paint Color 1 session | Wed, March 27, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Color is the foundation of an inviting, attractive space. Choosing colors, however, can be a daunting and time-consuming experience. This course provides a straightforward yet personal system for selecting the appropriate colors for your residential project. Using primarily paint colors, learn to compose with neutral undertones, bring in a “punch” color, and establish an overall mood-setting hue. This course involves visual examples and in-class color selection activities. INSTRUCTOR: Alejandra Munizaga LEARN MORE > nysid.edu/icps

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NONCREDIT COURSES

For exact schedule for a specific course, please inquire via email to icps@nysid.edu.

CE805 Creating a Successful Color Scheme 1 session | Wed, April 10, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs A successful color scheme will pull together the look and feel of a space. This course goes beyond paint and walks you through effective and unique methods for creating a perfect scheme of colors, patterns, and surfaces. Color relationships and the psychology of color are examined. Using a variety of NYSID supplied paint, fabric, and surface swatches, students work in class to develop a mood board. INSTRUCTOR: Alejandra Munizaga

CE806 Transform an Existing Space with Color 1 session | Wed, April 24, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Discover how to turn a space that is less than optimal into an inviting oasis. This course provides students with a practical method to assess and improve an existing interior by applying a new color palette. Learn why and how specific colors can affect an environment and create a desired mood. The relationship between light and color will be addressed. Students work in class to develop a transformative color solution using a “before and after” approach with NYSID supplied images and swatches. INSTRUCTOR: Alejandra Munizaga

CE909 Marketing Your Design Practice The Vision 1 session | Wed, February 13, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Change begins with the flow of information: about yourself, your skills, goals and intended audience. Successful change stems from experimenting with ways to organize the information you already have and new information that will be coming in through this series of seminars. Find out how to personalize principles of business planning to incorporate your creativity and approach to design. Discover the elements that will lead you to a clear business vision and work with your own strengths to build your practice. The goal is to articulate the unique vision of your own design business with clarity and precision and to build a plan that will help your business grow. INSTRUCTOR: Thomai Serdari

CE910 Marketing Your Design Practice: The Plan 1 session | Wed, February 27, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Having covered the basics of business planning, the focus shifts to connecting those components that are unique to your business and finding a way to market them to your current and prospective clients. In other words, how do you move from articulating your vision to implementing your business mission? What is the value you bring to your clients? How can you deliver your value? As a one-time project, a recurring service, or a long-term commitment? Are all these methods applicable to your business? Learn how to be profitable without looking greedy. INSTRUCTOR: Thomai Serdari

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CE911 Marketing Your Design Practice: The Brand 1 session | Wed, March 20, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Marketing a service or product implies a transactional relationship with your client. Learn how to build a system—business name, logo, product/service—that consistently, constantly, and clearly expresses who you are and what you do. In other words, learn how to develop your brand. What are the components of your brand? How can you stand out in a competitive market? INSTRUCTOR: Thomai Serdari

CE912 Marketing Your Design Practice: Go to Market 1 session | Wed, April 3, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Familiarize yourself with a few basic concepts of marketing. Have you heard of the 4Ps? The 5Cs? This discussion will allow you to choose how you position your business in the market, now and in the future, in a way consistent with the vision you have already articulated for your business. Additionally, the instructor will introduce you to the 4Ds of marketing, a new approach that connects design thinking with business management. Learn to distinguish between clients you should or should not keep and devise mechanisms that will rid your business of disadvantageous assignments. INSTRUCTOR: Thomai Serdari

CE913 Marketing Your Design Practice: Manage 1 session | Wed, April 17, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Learn about processes and operations that will make your business life easier and your clientele very happy. Topics to be covered include letters of agreement, licenses and administrative documents that stem from your firm’s value proposition and pricing structure. What type of infrastructure do you need to keep track of all these documents? Should you execute or delegate? Streamline your own operations for accuracy, efficiency, and profit maximization. INSTRUCTOR: Thomai Serdari

CE914 Marketing Your Design Practice: Grow 1 session | Wed, May 1, 6–9pm | $185 | 3 CEUs | 3 LUs Planning for growth is essential both for the survival of your business and for your own development. How does a brand grow? How can you manage your practice from the beginning to set it up for future growth that will develop organically? Several scenarios will be discussed and will cover partnerships, scale of projects and/or business as well as development of different revenue streams. Businesses should be groomed to grow in alignment with the business owner’s goals and ambitions. Learn how to prepare yourself and your business and for which type of growth. INSTRUCTOR: Thomai Serdari

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CREDIT COURSES

Courses listed below earn academic credit that can be used towards a New York School of Interior Design degree program.

101 Historical Styles I A | Credits: 2 | $2000 | Supplemental fee: $50 | Mon, January 28–May 13, 2–3:45pm ONLINE 101–DL | January 22–May 13 No Prerequisites This course is an introductory overview of design in furniture, interiors and architecture from the ancient world through 1820. Students will be introduced to the development of major forms, furniture styles and ornament from ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome through the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassical eras. The onsite section of the course uses a blended format of online lectures combined with group discussions and field trips to major collections. The online section combines video lectures with fully online discussions; students will be required to independently visit cultural sites and museums within their geographical region. INSTRUCTOR: Ann Bell

114 Introduction to Sustainability and the Built Environment Credits: 2 | $2000 | Supplemental fee: $15 ONLINE 114–DL | January 22–May 13 No Prerequisites 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, supplemental re–use and resource conservation. Guest lecturers will include experts in the field of sustainable softgoods, hardgoods, lighting, daylighting, environmental systems, LEED, and BIM. INSTRUCTOR: Seema Lisa Pandya

119 Textiles for Interiors A | Credits: 2 | $2000 | No supplemental fee | Wed, January 23–May 8, 2–3:45pm ONLINE 119–DL | January 22–May 13 No Prerequisites 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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128 Basic Drafting B | Credits: 3 | $3000 | Supplemental fee: $15 | Wed, January 23–May 8, 9am–1:30pm K | Credits: 3 | $3000 | Supplemental fee: $15 | Mon, January 28–May 13, 5:30–10:15pm ONLINE 128–DL | January 22–May 13 No Prerequisites Using both hand and computer–aided drawing methods, students are introduced 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 three–dimensional paraline drawing types. INSTRUCTORS: Katie Barons, Ann Barton, Kunho Lee, Samuel Mikhail

141 Color for Interiors C | Credits: 2 | $2000 | No supplemental fee | Fri, January 25–May 10, 9am–12pm K | Credits: 2 | $2000 | No supplemental fee | Thurs, January 24–May 9, 6–9pm ONLINE 141–DL | January 22–May 13 No Prerequisites 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, Randi Halpern, Valerie Mead, Katie Tomko

145 Introduction to Adobe InDesign G | Credits: 1 | $1000 | No supplemental fee | Sat, February 16–March 3 | 9:45am–5:15pm (no class on March 2) No Prerequisites Adobe InDesign is the design industry’s standard layout program. This course will introduce fundamental tools and techniques including basic layout, text and graphics manipulation, drawing tools (Bezier curves), color creation and application, master pages, multiple pages and integration with other Adobe Creative Cloud programs. INSTRUCTOR: Francisco de Leon

159 Introduction to Virtual Reality A | Credits: 1 | $1000 | No supplemental fee | Thurs, February 14–April 11, 2–4:45pm No Prerequisites This course introduces the basic concepts and technologies of Virtual Reality (VR). It is intended for students who are new to VR and want to understand its capabilities as a design tool, focusing on different ways to move around and interact with objects in a virtual world. Students will be introduced to creating 3D panoramic environments for immersive communication. INSTRUCTOR: Todd Class

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CREDIT COURSES

Courses listed below earn academic credit that can be used towards a New York School of Interior Design degree program.


CREDIT COURSES

Courses listed below earn academic credit that can be used towards a New York School of Interior Design degree program.

180 Visual Concepts A | Credits: 2 | $2000 | No supplemental fee | Tue, January 22–May 7, 10am–1pm C | Credits: 2 | $2000 | No supplemental fee | Fri, January 25–May 10, 12:30–3:30pm ONLINE 180–DL | January 22–May 13 No Prerequisites 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 and conceptual organization. Discussion and critique of assigned projects enable students to develop an understanding of the elements and principles of design composition. INSTRUCTORS: Steven Gerber, Robert Harding

189 Decorative Painting I: Faux Finishes and Gilding A | Credits: 1 | $1000 | Supplemental fee: $50 | Fri, January 25–February 22, 9am–1:30pm No Prerequisites 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: Jonathan Bressler

190 Decorative Painting II: Stencils and Pattern A | Credits: 1 | $1000 | Supplemental fee: $50 | Fri, March 1–April 5, 9am–1:30pm No Prerequisites 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 handpainted project boards based on historical or contemporary designs. INSTRUCTOR: Jonathan Bressler

195 Decorative Painting III: Murals and Graphics A | Credits: 1 | $1000 | Supplemental fee: $50 | Fri, April 12–May 10, 9am–1:30pm No Prerequisites 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: Jonathan Bressler

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197 The Golden Mean as a Design Tool A | Credits: 1 | $1000 | No supplemental fee | Fri, March 22, 11am–5pm; Saturday and Sunday, March 23–24, 9am–5pm B | Credits: 1 | $1000 | No supplemental fee | Fri, April 12, 11am–5pm; Saturday and Sunday, April 13–14, 9am–5pm No Prerequisites 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 is explored in lectures, and practical studio workshops teach students how to draw the Golden Mean proportion and use it as a design tool. INSTRUCTOR: Rachel Fletcher

245 Photography for Interior Designers A | Credits: 2 | $2000 | No supplemental fee | Tue, January 22–May 7, 11:30am–1:15pm No Prerequisites This course is an introduction to the history, language, and techniques of architectural and interior photography. Students will acquire a basic knowledge of photographic vocabulary, learn how to evaluate photographic images, and become familiar with traditional and digital photographic equipment and techniques. Discussions and assignments will also explore composition, styling, and lighting. INSTRUCTOR: Olympia Shannon

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CREDIT COURSES

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INSTRUCTORS

Devon Banks

Diana Erdos

Devon Banks is an architectural photographer. She holds a B.F.A. from Syracuse University.

C. Jaye Berger, is an attorney with many years of experience in co-op/condo law, real estate and construction law, and litigation. She is also wellknown for her articles in these areas and is a much sought-after speaker. She handles a wide variety of legal issues for her co-op and condo clients, including drafting construction contracts, alteration agreements and leases, handling construction disputes, and resolving mechanic’s liens.

Diana Erdos holds a B.A. degree in Art History from Manchester University in England with a Masters diploma in Stage Design. She started her career in the U.S. as a Museum Educator at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Malibu, CA in the 1980’s where she formulated classes and taught and lectured to an adult audience. Subsequently she has spent the last 25 years in the art business in New York City, holding the position of Gallery Director for the last 16 years. Her primary functions have been art sales and client development, working extensively with Museums, Auction Houses and top art institutions around the world, building their collections.

John Buscarello

Shaun Fillion

C Jaye Berger

John A. Buscarello, ASID, is a NYS Certified Interior Designer with more than 30 years of professional experience. He is president of John A. Buscarello, Inc. and his design work has been published internationally. Interior Design magazine name him a “Kitchen & Bath Design Leader.” He was a awarded a Medalist citation for his outstanding dedication and work for ASID.

Frank Collazo Frank Collazo is a senior 3D designer who has been creating digital environments, renderings, and animations since receiving his graduate degree in design and technology from Parsons, The New School for Design. Autodesk® Certified Instructor (ACI)

Francisco de Leon Francisco de Leon is a graphic designer and president of FAD Graphics. He has worked with The New York Times as a graphic designer and had a career as an architect in New York City.

Shaun Fillion, LC MIES, is an award winning lighting designer with two decades of lighting design experience and a decade of experience as an educator. Fillion was recognized with an Illumination Award (Grace Church, NYC), the IESNA Section Service Award and the Princess Grace Award. As Lighting Studio Manager for RAB Lighting, Shaun Fillion is responsible for meeting performance targets for the studio, providing guidance and growth. Fillion is secretary of the IES Progress Committee and the Libraries RP committee, as well as advisory member of the Residential Lighting Committee. Fillion serves on the board of managers for the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) of North America, New York City Chapter, and serves as adviser to the Student Lighting Competition Committee. He is a certified instructor for AGi32.

Robin Del Pino Ferris Robin is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design and works in New York City as well as coast to coast. 34 | SPRING 2019

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Caitlin Kelly

Karl is a registered architect with design and construction experience in commercial and institutional projects. He teaches continuing education courses for design representation using computer-aided drafting and 3D modeling. Karl holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Tech.

Caitlin Kelly frequently writes on business for The New York Times, where she has published more than 100 stories. Winner of a Canadian National Magazine Award, and a MORE award for her cover story in Arthritis Today, she is a former reporter for The Globe and Mail, Montreal Gazette and New York Daily News. She is the author of "Malled: My Unintentional Career in Retail" and "Blown Away: American Women and Guns".

Pamela Giolito Pamela Giolito holds a BFA Interior Design degree from Fashion Institute of Technology. She has been a faculty member at both Pratt Institute and Fashion Institute of Technology for 8 years. Prior to forming Marino + Giolito—a full service interior design boutique founded in 1998, Pamela was Director of Product Design at Vicente Wolf Associates. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications including Interiors by Design, One Space Living, and On Display.

Randi Halpern Randi Halpern is principal of Randi Halpern Interior Design and has been practicing interior design in New York City for nearly 25 years. She is a NCIDQ certificate holder and a specialist in hospitality and residential design.

Katy Diamond Hamer

Christine Kim Christine is a multi-disciplinary designer, a registered architect and licensed interior designer who graduated with a degree in environmental design from OCAD University and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Toronto. Her technical knowledge combined with an emphasis on discussion, research, ideation, iteration, and prototyping help her find and deliver optimal and meaningful user experiences. Working comfortably across scales—from branding & graphics, objects,and sculptural interior showpieces to building facades and architecture—Christine’s work reinforces her belief in the importance of the built environment for human health and sustainability. She is a Senior Designer at Perkins + Will in New York City.

Katy Diamond Hamer is a New York based arts writer with a focus on contemporary art and culture and has been actively engaged in the arts community on a global level for over ten years. Beyond writing she speaks at universities including NYU and Sotheby's Institute and has been a panelist on several occasions both as a participant and moderator at the New York Academy of Art and Art Basel Miami amongst others. A graduate of New York University, Hamer has written for magazines including Cultured, Galerie, Flash Art International, New York Magazine, Lenny Letter, The Creative Independent and many others.

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INSTRUCTORS

Karl Frantz


INSTRUCTORS

Russell Klein

Janet Lee

Mr. Klein joined Archidata, Inc. in January 1990 as principal. He is responsible for the firms’ architectural CAD services, graphics and training. Mr. Klein has provided comprehensive CAD and graphic illustration services for such clients as Richard Meier & Partners, Skanska, Gensler and The Port Authority of NY & NJ. He has provided corporate training seminars for Citadon project websites, Intergraph and AutoCAD. Mr. Klein has over thirty years of experience in the architectural and interior design professions and has effectively utilized CAD capabilities in all phases of the project process. Mr. Klein served as a faculty member at the NY School of Interior Design and SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology where he taught CAD in the interior design department. Additionally, he has served as member of The American Institute of Architects Computer Application Committee, Intergraph's Architectural Software Development Steering Committee, the New York Federation of Teachers and the Pleasantville Architectural Review Board. Mr. Klein currently serves as chairman of the Pleasantville Planning Commission.

Janet Lee, a graduate of NYSID (BFA) and Syracuse University (M.Arch), is an architect in the healthcare practice at NBBJ.

Don Kossar Don Kossar is principal of Don Kossar Interiors, which specializes in high-end residential interiors. He received his BFA from the New York School of Interior Design and has been teaching at the College for more than 15 years.

Leyden Lewis Leyden Lewis is the Director of the Institute for Continuing and Professional Studies. A graduate of Parsons School of Design, his diverse range of projects includes luxury residences on Manhattan’s famous Museum Mile, and a contemporary art-filled winter retreat at the Breakers Row in Palm Beach, Florida. As a fine artist, his work has been exhibited widely.

Nina Lomeo Nina Roefaro-Lomeo, NCIDQ, is a New York Times featured artist, designer and worldtrained colorist best known for her projects across New York City and the East Coast. Her signature work focuses on interiorarchitecture and furniture design. Nina grew up apprenticing her father, Renato, a master artisan of paint, plaster and wall paper within their family interior design and decoration firm, Custom Planned Interiors (Est. 1975), which she continues to lead today. Her grandfather, now 96 years old, is a master carpenter who hails from Italy. Nina is dedicated to preserving the rare practice of hand drawings and sketches for each project she leads—an effort that helps ensure every project is fresh, compelling, and most importantly, original.

Brian Lee Brian James Lee operates arx.construction, a design/contracting firm in New York City. He is also partner at the theory based design office FRYLEE. His collaborations include Eurostruct Inc., RAAD Studio, PARA-Project, SchaumShieh, and The Open Workshop, in addition to experience in the fields of art, print, and construction.

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Anthony Pellino

Joseph Marino has worked as draftsman, designer and/or project manager for various architects, engineers and planners. In 1997, with partner Pamela Giolito, he co-founded the ďŹ rm, Marino+Giolito, Inc. Together, they have completed numerous buildings and projects in and around New York City; most notably, the Fogliano-Breda Residence in Eastchester, NY and the Belkin-Stein Residence in Manhattan. In addition, the work of Marino+Giolito, Inc. has been featured in magazines, including Elle Decor (UK Edition), and more than a dozen books published by Stewart, Tabori & Chang; Watson-Guptil; and Ryland, Peters & Small.

Anthony Pellino, ASID focuses his approach to interior design on working closely with contractors and artisans to bring out their best craftsmanship and on the logic and elegance of good design principles. Anthony Pellino, ASID holds NCIDQ certification and ASID Professional membership. His background includes designation as a Benjamin Franklin Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, holding a BFA with honors from Parsons School of Design and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University’s GSAPP. Work by Mr. Pellino has been featured in British Elle Decoration, New York magazine, Interior Design and Architectural Digest. He has trained and worked with various architects and interior designers including Stanley Jay Friedman, Inc., Eric J. Smith Architect, PC and David Anthony Easton, Inc.

Alejandra Munizaga Alejandra is principal at Alejandra Munizaga Interiors, specializing in residential and small-scale commercial design. Prior to starting her own firm, she worked for over five years in corporate interiors at international architecture firms such as Swanke Hayden Connell and NBBJ. Additionally, Alejandra was an adjunct professor of Fine Arts at the School of Visual for eight years. She has a background in Fine Arts, and received a second BFA from the New York School of Interior Design. Alejandra is NCIDQ licensed, current IIDA NY Board member, ASID Professional member, and recent member of the New York School of Interior Design BFA Advisory Board.

Daniella Ohad Daniella Ohad received her Ph.D. from Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture. She lectures and publishes widely on design history, theory, and the decorative arts.

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Fire Dean Schilling FireDean introduces common sense 'green' design solutions that integrate the outdoors with its corresponding interior. The 4th son to a Father who was oblivious to child labor laws, his proudest qualification has to do with being able to identify a good loam at the age of five. For the past 21 years he has run a garden design-to-install firm based in Brooklyn. To date they've installed over a hundred mostly private gardens and 'living walls' in and around NYC and Washington D.C. As a side gig he also has worked for the Brooklyn Botanic Garden under the title of 'Block Judge', helping them rate and reward the horticultural practices of over 250 city blocks.

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INSTRUCTORS

Joseph Marino


INSTRUCTORS

Thomaï Serdari

Nina Strachimirova

Thomaï Serdari, Ph.D. is a strategist in luxury marketing and branding. She helps clients launch, grow, and successfully manage luxury brands. She is an expert on luxury and actively studies, values, and reports on companies or funds that operate and invest in the luxury market. She delivers marketing, consumer, and creative intelligence to a broad business audience in a format that informs strategic thinking and inspires immediate action. Thomaï is the creator of the series Transform* The Business of Design offered at NYSID. Originally trained as an architect at the National Technical University of Athens, Thomaï received her doctorate in Art History and Archaeology from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University in 2005. She also holds an MBA from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University, with a specialization in corporate and quantitative finance (2009).

Nina Strachimirova is a licensed architect in the United States and Europe with more than 35 years of practical experience. For the last 20 years, she has worked on the planning and design, of custom high-end residences, apartments, and corporate interiors in the US and Canada.

Katherine Tomko Katie is an NCIDQ certified Interior Designer, with more than 17 years of professional experience. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design from Michigan State University. Prior to teaching at NYSID, she practiced both commercial and residential design at SOM, Bogdanow Partners Architects, Eve Robinson Associates, Rockwell Group, and Gensler.

Francis Sheehan A Fine Arts graduate of Pratt Institute in NY and Scuola Internazionale in Venice, Italy, where he studied Venetian Renaissance Painting, Francis Sheehan has been a Painting and Drawing from Life Coach at the Leslie Lohman Museum in NYC for 12 years. As a widely exhibited visual artist Francis’ photographs have also been published in Time, Newsweek, and U.S. News & World Report along with textbooks worldwide. Artist in Residency Awards include Yaddo, Kimmel Harding Nelson, Ragdale, Jentel, and iPark.

Judy Sheridan Judy Sheridan is founder and principal of Sheridan Interiors Inc. She is the author of Winning Windows, Instant Décor, and How to Work with an Interior Designer. Judy served as president of ASID New York Metro Chapter from 2006-07 and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Designers Lighting Forum of New York.

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If you do not have a NYSID ID, follow the instructions on the NYSID website (nysid. edu) to register and pay for a course. You will be sent an ID number and password to use on NYSID’s Portal, which can be used to access materials for a course, if needed, and for future registrations. (If you already have an ID number in our records because you took a course in the past or requested NYSID information, an e-mail will be sent to you with your log-in information.) To register online on the NYSID Portal, reserve your course(s) and submit payment at the time of registration. Please note, payment in full is required at the time of registration for all noncredit continuing education courses and for all registrations made through nysid.edu. Registration and technology fees do not apply to noncredit courses. For credit bearing courses, tuition and fees must be paid within 15 calendar days of approval by an academic advisor. Course registrations made within 15 days of the beginning of the summer session, or after the session has started, are payable in full at the time of approval. No fees are transferable to another semester. You may also use the registration form in this brochure to register in person or by mail. Simply complete the registration form and return it to NYSID with payment. The Office of the Registrar, located on the 2nd floor of the 69th Street administration building, is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday–Friday. Registration forms may be mailed or emailed to registration@nysid. edu. Registrations and Add/Drops are not accepted by phone. Note: If a delinquent account is referred to a collection agency the student agrees to reimburse the school the fees of any collection agency, which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 50% of the debt, and all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, the school incurs in such collection efforts. LEARN MORE > nysid.edu/icps

Course Additions A student wishing to add a course may do so on the NYSID Portal or by submitting a completed Add/Drop form to the Office of the Registrar. Telephone notification is not accepted. Course additions must be approved by an academic advisor.

Course Drops and Withdrawals A student wishing to drop a course may do so on the NYSID Portal or by submitting a completed Add/Drop form to the Office of the Registrar. Students wishing to Withdraw from a course must submit a completed Add/Drop form to the Office of the Registrar. Telephone notification is not accepted. All fees are nontransferable and registration/technology, drop, and late fees are nonrefundable. A drop fee applies to drops that result in a refund. Course drops and withdrawals are based on the date the course is dropped online or the date of receipt of a completed Add/Drop form to the Office of the Registrar. For full-term, credit-bearing courses, drops and withdrawals are determined according to the following schedule: Last day to drop.................................Feb 11 Last day voluntary withdrawal........ March 18 For continuing education courses, students must submit a completed Add/Drop form one full week prior to the first session. For credit-bearing mini-courses that meet for three or fewer sessions, students who wish to drop must do so one full week prior to the first session; no drops or withdrawals will be permitted once the course begins. For credit-bearing mini-courses that meet for four or more sessions, students who wish to drop must do so one full week prior to the first session; students may Withdraw prior to the second session. No withdrawals will be permitted after the second session.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Registration for Continuing & Professional Studies


GENERAL INFORMATION

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 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.

Information Regarding Continuing Education Credits As an accredited institution of higher education, NYSID is a New York State approved provider of continuing education. It is the responsibility of each participant to retain if required, or submit to their professional organization or state office of the professions, all documentation regarding completion of continuing education requirements. NYSID CE courses may be taken only as non-credit courses. A “W” will be issued for partial attendance or unsatisfactory completion. Courses taken on a noncredit basis cannot be applied to a degree or the Basic Interior Design program.

will be issued for a grade of “W.” NYSID CE courses may be taken only as non-credit courses.

For Architects Architects are required by their individual state boards and professional organizations to complete professionrelated 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 successful completion to the AIA. No continuing education credits will be issued for a grade of “W.”

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 New York State. Members of the ASID and IIDA who wish to use a NYSID courses 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 successful completion to the IDCEC. No continuing education credits 40 | SPRING 2019

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Tuition and Fees

Refunds for continuing education courses and any one credit mini-course must be requested in writing 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. The drop form is available on the NYSID Portal.

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.

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, by fax or email (registration@nysid.edu). Fees are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Last day to receive tuition refund of: 100%...........................................1/14/2019 75%............................................ 1/28/2019 50%............................................. 2/4/2019 25%.............................................2/11/2019 No tuition refunds after February 11, 2019

Rebate Policy If you register for all courses in a specific suite at the same time you will receive a 10% rebate. Rebate is not applicable if courses are added at different times or if any course in the suite is dropped. Rebates will be issued at the end of the semester.

Undergraduate tuition per credit........ $1000 Registration/Technology fee................ $327 (all programs) Late registration fee*........................... $100 Drop fee**............................................ $50 Returned check fee................................ $35 Transcript fee........................................ $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.

Online Courses Exams in online courses will be administered by an online proctoring service. Students will pay the service directly for all exams. Online students must have access to a computer or laptop with a webcam and internet connection. Each exam costs the student $25; there are 1–2 exams per online course.

Cancellation Policy Continuing education courses are subject to cancellation if the minimum enrollment is not met 3 business days in advance of the first session.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Refund Policy


New York School of Interior Design is a private, nonprofit college focused exclusively on interior design. The College offers certificate, undergraduate, and graduate programs for students at all stages of their careers.

Basic Interior Design (BID) certificate is a one-year, non-degree program that you can complete in person or online. You will learn about the field, master essential skills, and start to create a portfolio—and along the way you will acquire credits that you can roll right into an AAS or BFA. No portfolio required to apply. NYSID.edu/BID

Master of Fine Arts—Post-Professional (MFA-2) is a two-year, full-time program that explores interior design on a deeper level. It is open to those who have a professional degree in interior design, architecture, or a related field and are interested in becoming leaders in the field. NYSID.edu/MFA2

Associate in Applied Science in Interior Design (AAS) is a two-year degree program that you can do full-time or part-time, and in person or online. You will master some of the fundamental skills required to be a practicing interior designer in both residential and commercial design. This program also fulfills the requirements you will need to become a design assistant or a junior designer. NYSID.edu/AAS

Master of Professional Studies in Lighting Design (MPS-L) is a one-year program open to those with a professional degree in interior design, architecture, or a related field. Changing technologies, new energy efficiency laws, and the demand for inspired, innovative solutions have created a strong need for specialists in interior lighting design. This degree can be completed full-time or part-time, with all classes offered in the evenings and on weekends. NYSID.edu/MPS-L

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design (BFA) is a four-year degree that you can do full-time or part-time. It combines a comprehensive interior design curriculum with a strong liberal arts education, providing students with the professionallevel preparation to become practicing interior designers. NYSID.edu/BFA Master of Fine Arts—Professional Level (MFA-1) is a full-time program that provides a fundamental and comprehensive interior design education in just three years. Most of our master’s programs classes are held in the College's award-winning Graduate Center. Portfolio is optional for admission. NYSID.edu/MFA1

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Master of Professional Studies in Sustainable Interior Environments (MPS-S) covers the principles and best practices of sustainable design, providing students with marketable skills that are essential to the industry today. Intended for those already working within design or architecture, all classes are offered in the evenings and on weekends, and you can enroll full-time (completing the degree in one year), part-time, or study online with live classes delivered via video-conferencing. NYSID.edu/MPS-S

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

SPRING 2019 REGISTRATION FORM

INSTRUCTIONS: Register and pay online on the NYSID Portal, portal.nysid.edu. Otherwise,

register at www.nysid.edu/register-for-course 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:

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

PERMANENT HOME ADDRESS

STREET/APT. NO.

E-MAIL

LOCAL ADDRESS (IF DIFFERENT)

Course Code

NYSID ID:____________________________

Course/Workshop

Refunds are given only in accordance with the current published refund schedule and by check only. The undersigned student is responsible for all charges for registered courses and agrees that if a delinquent account is referred to a collection agency he/ she must reimburse the school the fees of any collection agency, which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 50% of the debt, and all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, the school incurs in such collection efforts.

M.I.

CITY

STATE/COUNTRY

PERMANENT TELEPHONE LOCAL TELEPHONE

Section (A-W) Day & Time

Credits

CEUs

LUs

Tuition

Courses for Credit Total Credits

Total Tuition

Plus Registration / Technology Fee Plus Print/Materials Fee Late Registration Fee (if applicable) Continuing and Professional Studies Total Continuing Education Fees TOTAL AIA Membership No:

STUDENT SIGNATURE

DATE

ADVISOR’S SIGNATURE

DATE

FINANCIAL AID ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE

DATE

Method of Payment:

ZIP

 Check  MasterCard

 VISA

 AmEx

Exp (mo/yr) ___ /___ NAME AS IT APPEARS ON CREDIT CARD CURRENT STATUS  Incoming—New  Continuing

 New Transfer  Readmitted

ARE YOU?  Cont Ed only  Nonmatriculated

 Applying for admission  Matriculated

IN WHICH PROGRAM?  MFA   BFA   AAS   BA   Basic Int Des   MPS -L  MPS-S   MPS-H   None U.S. CITIZENS ONLY What is your home state?____________________________________ If NY state, what is your home county?_________________________ NON-U.S. CITIZENS ONLY Country of Citizenship_______________________________________

SIGNATURE PERSONAL DATA  Male  Female

Date of Birth (m/d/y) ___ /___ /___

PREDOMINANT ETHNIC BACKGROUND Disclosure of racial or ethnic information is solely voluntary and will be kept confidential, and refusal to provide this information will not subject the applicant to any adverse treatment.  Hispanic/Latino  American Indian or Alaskan Native  Asian  Black/African American  White  Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander TYPE OF VISA  Student F-1  Permanent Resident  Other (specify other)____________________________________________

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.


Check our website, nysid.edu/icps, for course updates and details.


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Institute for Continuing & Professional Studies

170 East 70 Street New York, NY 10021

NON-PROFIT ORG U.S.POSTAGE PAID PERMIT # 7711 NEW YORK, NY

Spring 2019 Institute for Continuing and Professional Studies (ICPS) Bulletin  

Learn the skills you need to succeed in today's design industry, or upgrade your current skills to boost your career. NYSID's Institute for...

Spring 2019 Institute for Continuing and Professional Studies (ICPS) Bulletin  

Learn the skills you need to succeed in today's design industry, or upgrade your current skills to boost your career. NYSID's Institute for...