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NYSID students are participating in “Create,” a panel discussion and competition hotsed by NYSID and PropNSpoon, a leading prop supplier to the entertainment and creative industries. Two teams of students will design unique and fully conceived spaces using PropNSpoon's extensive inventory as inspiration and a winner will be selected on Friday, February 3, at a panel discussion that will include NYSID alum and designer Arelne Angard (Arlene Angard Designs) and designers Douglas Clark & Peter Valcarcel who will also judge the competition. Winners will have their work professionally photographed and featured on PropNSpoon’s site.
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SAVE the DATE for "Abstract Art in Dialogue," an exhibition of modern art curated by NYSID instructor Dr. Zhijian Qian and organized by Central Academy of Fine Arts in conjunction with Fantastic Art China 2017. On view in the NYSID Gallery Jan 24-28. Get a sneak peak of the exhibition here! http://ow.ly/KzGL3087QLZ
This exhibition is organized by Central Academy of Fine Arts and the New York School of Interior Design in conjunction with Fantastic Art China 2017, an annual event concurring with the Lunar New Year, sponsored by Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA).
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What do you get when you combine architecture and dessert? Check out the work of architect and pastry chef Dinara Kasko to find out! http://ow.ly/a1bw3085I80
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In this interview, get the inside scoop on NYSID alumnus Chris Coggins of Linden Lane Interiors who discusses his background and design inspiration. http://ow.ly/dzfl307Yw7w
While attending the New York School of Interior Design, designer Chris Coggins embarked on an independent project: review 40 famous houses in 40 days.
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NYSID students on the study abroad trip to India visited the Clay Club in the city of Ahmedabad. They had a great time discussing the importance of sustainable materials and learned about the company's expertise in ceramics and handmade paper.
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This weekend is your last chance to see an exhibition at Skoto Gallery featuring work by NYSID instructor and alumnus Bill Engel. Read New York Spaces Magazine's rave review: http://ow.ly/SqB8308a1op
Through January 21st, Skoto Gallery presents a riveting dual show encompassing William Engel's colorful paintings and glass artist Jeremy Silva's work.
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Today's #NYSIDHonoree is furniture designer Vladimir Kagan (1937-2016), a 2009 honorary doctorate recipient. Born in Germany, Vladimir came to the United States in 1938 to learn furniture making in his father's woodworking shop. Throughout his career, his furniture designs have been published in books and magazines and are in the collections of museums across the world. Right up until his death in 2016 at the age of 88, he was an avid blogger and an active part of his company Vladimir Kagan Design Group. He even debuted one of his final designs the evening before he passed away. Read more about Vladimir's legacy here: http://ow.ly/Ldss3089XzO
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Support the effort to persuade the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission to make the NYPL The New York Public Library's newly restored Rose Reading Room an official interior landmark. Sign the petition today! http://ow.ly/4Ve73085EGB
We, the undersigned, urge the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission to designate the Rose Reading Room and other significant public spaces in the 42nd Street Library as interior landmarks. Right now, only Astor Hall, the McGraw Rotunda and the staircases that connect them have been designated...
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Students and faculty headed back to NYSID this morning for the first day of the Spring 2017 semester! Welcome back to all!
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In honor of #MLKDay2017, read about the planning, design, and construction of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. http://ow.ly/GGAh307YuH0
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The New York Times takes a peek at the work of furniture designer Paul Evans and mentions NYSID instructor Daniella Ohad's upcoming documentary, "Collecting Paul Evans," sponsored by Rago Auctions.. http://ow.ly/fdZv307WqxQ Read more about Ohad's Collecting Design course and register here: http://ow.ly/Efyn307YtYU
When the furniture designer Paul Evans died, his pieces went to junk bins. Now he’s one of the most collectible American designers of the last 50 years.
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Today's #NYSIDHonoree is 2008 honorary doctorate recipient and advisory board member Charlotte Moss, who will also will receive the Centennial Medal at NYSID's 2017 Annual Benefit Dinner this March. Since opening her business in 1985, Charlotte has designed private residences and retail stores across the country and has become a sought-after lecturer and author. She has been published in shelter magazines worldwide, received numerous awards, and designed a collection of furniture and upholstery with Century Furniture. Read more about Charlotte here: http://ow.ly/PWHS307Wthq
Charlotte Moss is an interior decorator, author, and designer of fabrics, furniture, china, linens, framed art and home accessories.
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Interior Design College in New York City
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Founded in 1916, the New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) a private, not-for-profit college devoted to the design of the interior environment and related disciplines. 
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