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Scholarship Opportunity: $7,500 NEWH ICON of INDUSTRY SCHOLARSHIP

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NEWH, Inc. proudly announces the 12th in a series, $7,500 NEWH ICON of Industry Scholarship Award.
The winner will be honored on November 14, 2016, during the Gold Key Awards Gala at the Waldorf
Astoria in New York City. The event is held in conjunction with HX: The Hotel Experience and Boutique
Design New York trade fair and conference and is sponsored by Boutique Design Magazine and American
Hotel and Lodging Association. The recipient is required to attend the gala with travel and lodging
provided by NEWH. Applications must be received by September 2nd, 2016. Awarded scholarship funds
are distributed through the student’s school to be used for tuition, books or supplies.
Jane Skeeter of UltraGlas, a true industry “icon”, was named the NEWH ICON of Industry for 2016.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 2nd, 2016

Submit items by email* to: newh.scholarship@newh.org

*Mailing address for letters or transcripts (if needed):
NEWH, Inc.
Post Office Box 322
Shawano, WI 54166

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be currently enrolled student attending an accredited college
  • Must have completed half of the requirements for an undergraduate degree or be enrolled in a graduate
    program
  • Must show financial need and have eligible outstanding debt for tuition, books or supplies at time of
    award in November 2016
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Must be pursuing a career objective in hospitality interior design or hotel management
  • Must haveparticipated in an industry internship program or similar position
  • Scholarships are open to international students
  • See application for additional submittal requirements

QUESTIONS?

Email: newh.scholarship@newh.org
Phone: 800.593.6394

MORE INFORMATION:
Students are encouraged to supply all necessary information to assist us in selecting the most worthy candidates. Students do not need to be a member to apply however, students and full-time educators can join NEWH for free. Membership offers endless networking and educational opportunities, online career network and more.

CLICK HERE FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Scholarship Opportunity: $5,000 NEWH/Harvey Nudelman Scholarship 2016

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NEWH, Inc. is offering the $5,000 NEWH Harvey Nudelman Scholarship sponsored by Fabricut Contract & FR One.
The scholarship is open to students pursuing a career objective in Hospitality Interior Design. The scholarship
recipient and sponsor will be honored at HD Expo in Las Vegas on May 3rd, 2017. The scholarship recipient is required
to attend the awards event with travel and lodging provided by NEWH, Inc.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 3, 2016

Submit items by email* to: newh.scholarship@newh.org

*Mailing address for letters or transcripts (if needed):
NEWH, Inc.
Post Office Box 322
Shawano, WI 54166

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Requirements for the NEWH Harvey Nudelman Scholarship are:
  • Must be a currently enrolled student attending an accredited college
  • Must have completed half the requirements for an undergraduate degree or be enrolled in a graduate program
  • Must show financial need and have eligible outstanding debt for tuition, books or supplies at time of scholarship
    award in May 2017
  • Must have cumulative 3.0 GPA/B average or equivalent
  • Must be pursuing a career objective in Interior Design for the Hospitality Industry
  • Please see application for additional submittal requirements

QUESTIONS?

Email: newh.scholarship@newh.org
Phone: 800.593.6394

MORE INFORMATION:
Students are encouraged to supply all necessary information to assist us in selecting the most worthy candidates. Students do not need to be a member to apply however, students and full-time educators can join NEWH for free. Membership offers endless networking and educational opportunities, online career network and more.

CLICK HERE FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Fund Your Future: Scholarships for Hospitality Students

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NEWH, the Hospitality Industry Network, is awarding scholarships for students pursuing careers in hospitality. Our
chapters and regional groups across the U.S., Canada, and the UK award scholarships annually, in amounts ranging from
$2,500 – $10,000, based on whether student is in a 2-year or 4-year program and the below criteria. NEWH Los Angeles
Founding Chapter is offering a total of $40,000 in scholarships to be awarded to 7 students. Winners will be awarded at
the annual NEWH Los Angeles Founding Chapter Scholarship Gala on October 15, 2016, at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly
Hills from 6:30pm – 10:30pm.

• Must be a currently enrolled student attending an accredited college in Los Angeles Southern California and zip codes 900-935
• Must have completed half the requirements for a degree or certification program in which enrolled
• Must show financial need and have eligible debt at time of scholarship award for books, supplies, or tuition
• Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
• Must have a career objective in the hospitality industry

Founded in 1984, NEWH is an international non-profit organization, which provides access to the hospitality industry
through scholarships, mentorship, and education. NEWH scholarship alumni boast careers in hospitality design,
development, hotel management, operations, and culinary, around the world. Visit www.newh.org/chapter-scholarships
to download an application, or call us at 800.593.NEWH for more information.

APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY SEPTEMBER 30, 2016

The IDEX California deadline is August 1, 2016 for the October exam

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The IDEX California deadline is August 1, 2016
for the October exam.

Are you still sitting on the fence?

This is for designers who have taken a national interior design examination but still don’t have the professional legal recognition in California that you desire.

Did you know that anyone can call themselves an “interior designer” or any iteration of that title by adding commercial or residential to it? Yes, even a cute little dog, cat, bird or fish can call themselves an interior designer because this term has been upheld by the U.S. courts as free speech under the First Amendment.

So, how do you separate yourself from the pack?

If you have already passed a national examination like these. . .

  • ARE (Architects Registration Examination – NCARB)
  • CQRID (Interior Design Society)
  • NCBDC (American Institute of Building Designers)
  • NCIDQ (ASID & IIDA)
  • NKBA (Both CKD and CBD portions)

. . . then you already meet all of our Path 3 registration and application requirements!  Because of this, we’ll give you a $100.00 discount off the application fee (normally $150.00), and all you need to do is send us proof of passage of the examination with your application. No transcripts, resumes, tax return, affidavits’, no other documentation is required!

All that remains is for you to take and pass the IDEX California, an online 150 multiple-choice question examination on California Codes and Title 24; Ethics and Business Practices including laws applicable to this state for interior designers; and Design Standards. What could be easier? The exam covers what you do for a living every day here in California!

The next testing window is for the entire month of October, and you get to choose the location, day, and time where you want to take the exam. You can get a free study guide, examination blueprint, reference list, and a list of prep class providers along with much more information by clicking here. (however you want to word this, sending them to the IDEX page and the Path 3 application form, etc.)

We make it easy for you to get off the fence and become a Certified Interior Designer.
The deadline to
apply under Path 3 is August 1st – Do it today!

To become a CID, under Path 1 and 2, read on . . .

Path 1

Candidates meet the minimum qualifications to take the IDEX® California
Candidates do not yet meet all requirements to become certified.

Path 2

Candidates meet the minimum qualifications to take the IDEX® California
Candidates also meet minimum qualifications to become certified.

The IDEX® covers these topics
https://ccidc.org/idex-classification.html

Why become a CID? Read our online brochure.

Please apply for Certification and register for the IDEX® no later than August 1, 2016
https://ccidc.org/how-to-become-certified.html

We urge those who have taken the IDEX exam and failed, to please try again.

Do you live outside the USA? International testing centers for the IDEX exam are now available. Contact CCIDC for more information.

Tour Hollywood’s Favorite Home!

Tour Hollywood's Favorite Home

AIA|LA 2013 ENNIS HOUSE TOUR

Join AIA Los Angeles for an exclusive opportunity to tour the inside of Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Ennis House

> Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
> Restored by Schiefer Construction

Sunday, September 15, 2013
4 tour times to choose from – each tour limited to 30 people:
> Tour 1 = 10:30 am – 11:30 am (check in by 10:15 am)
> Tour 2 = 11:30 am – 12:30 pm (check in by 11:15 am)
> Tour 3 = 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm (check in by 12:15 pm)
> Tour 4 = 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm (check in by 1:15 pm)

1.0 Learning Units available to AIA Members

$45 AIA members / $60 Non members


Built in 1924 for retailer Charles Ennis and his wife Mabel, the Ennis House is the last and largest of Wright’s four Los Angeles-area “textile block” houses which feature patterned and perforated concrete blocks that give a unique textural appearance to both their exteriors and interiors. The house and chauffeur’s quarters span roughly 6,200 square feet and were constructed of more than 27,000 concrete blocks; all made by hand using decomposed granite extracted from the site.

In 2011, the Ennis House was purchased by business executive and founder of the Yucaipa Companies Ron Burkle for just under $4.5 million and is undergoing major restorations.


Tour highlights include:

> Guided 50-minute tours by a member of the restoration team
> One featured project at a time allows for closer connection with the home
> Exclusive tour is limited to 120 ticket buyers only
> Tickets only $45 (AIA|LA Members) or $60 (Non Members)
> Learning Units available for AIA Members

BUY TICKETS NOW

NEWH – 2013 ICON of Industry Scholarship

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Founded in 1984, NEWH is an international non-profit organization, with 18 chapters and 6 affiliated areas, which links professionals from every facet of the hospitality industry and related fields. The NEWH By-laws state one of the objectives of NEWH is to promote scholarship, education and interest in the Hospitality Industry. To date, NEWH has given $3,00,000.00+ USD in scholarships to young people wishing to pursue careers in the hospitality industry.

The NEWH Icons of Industry Scholarship Award will be based upon the following criteria:

  • Must exemplify the highest standards of professionalism
  • Must have completed half the requirements for a degree that will lead to a career in Hospitality Interior Design or Architecture
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Must have participated in an industry internship

An eligible school is defined as one that is fully accredited and will hold the scholarship moneys in trust for the student to draw down upon on an “as needed” basis without any service charges.

Apply for our ICON Scholarship!
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For more information, click here
For more information on the ICON of Industry Award, and to view past ICONS, scholarship recipients, and selection criteria, please click here

Dwell Home Venice Tour

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Home tour July 13, 2013
 
Dwell Home Venice will be open for tours on Saturday July 13.
A ticket for a one hour tour costs $12.

The following tour times are available for purchase:

10:15AM – 11:15AM

11:30AM – 12:30PM
12:45PM – 1:45PM
2:00PM – 3:00PM
3:15PM – 4:15PM
 
Dwell Home Venice Home Tour Frequently Asked Questions
 
Can I take photographs inside the home on the tour?
The photography policy allows simple personal-use photography only (not for publication) with pocket cameras or cell phones. Tripods, professional cameras and lighting equipment cannot be used.
 
What kind of shoes should I wear?
Sensible shoes, like athletic or flats, for personal safety. Please note that Dwell Home Venice features extensive gravel courtyards so high heels will present a problem. Flats or athletic shoes are recommended.
 
I registered for a Home Tour. When will I receive my ticket?
We do not mail out home tour tickets. One week before the tour you will be emailed an information sheet with the address of the home and additional information. If you do not receive a confirmation email please check your email spam filter. We will be using the email address you provided during ticket purchase/registration. No tickets for the home tour are available to purchase at the home. Tickets can only be purchased online in advance.
 
What is your Home Tour ticket cancellation or refund policy?
Once purchased, tickets cannot be canceled or refunded. Substitutions are permitted with written permission from original registrant.
 
Can I bring my child on the home tour?
For insurance reasons any child under the age of 6 cannot attend the home tour.  Any child over the age of 6 attending the home tour needs to be accompanied by an adult and will require his or her own ticket. A ticket for a child is the same price as a ticket for an adult. No children, of any age, are admitted for free on the home tours.
 
Can I sit on furniture and look into cabinets in the home?
This is someone’s private home and so we would prefer that you look but not touch.
Will a bathroom be available at the home?

Home owners typically do not allow use of their restroom during Dwell home tours (imagine hundreds of people visiting your bathroom..

MIA Grads Featured at Dwell on Design 2013

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Los Angeles, CA

This weekend is the big Dwell on Design event, which is the largest design show of its kind in the US. Master of Interior Architecture (MIA) graduates Samantha Williams and Cynthia Lambakis were selected by the editors at Dwell Magazine in association with American Society of Interior Designers to design a 3,300 sq. ft. penthouse in Hollywood at 1600 Vine (Unit 856).

Samantha and Cynthia will be at the space this Saturday and Sunday from 9 am – 6 pm and would like to invite you to come visit and see their work.

The space they designed (in a mere 7 weeks!) features three bedrooms, four bathrooms, three balconies, and a large open living space that leases for $11K per month in the heart of Hollywood. In the unit there are 84 works of fine art from world renowned artists, beautiful silk Tibetan rugs, and contemporary furnishings.

The event is free and you will also be able to see 3 other designer lofts at 1600 Vine (ranging from 600 – 2900 sq ft.). Parking is available under the Trader Joe’s at the corner of Selma and Vine. Please contact Samantha or Cynthia if you have any questions (Samantha 805-455-2315, Cynthia 626-390-2272).

Visit the Dwell on Design Website for information.

What’s Where? Academia + Practice: SCI-Arc

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This series of conversations we’re calling “What’s Where? Academia + Practice” invites the heads of architectural programs in the Los Angeles region to examine the relationship between academia and practice, using these two terms in the very broadest sense.

Our next series features SCI-Arc Director, Eric Owen Moss, FAIA of Eric Owen Moss Architects.  This one hour event will probe the relationship between academia and practice, investigate the interplay between theory and the production of buildings and question the evolving territories of research, design and construction.

When: Thursday, June 20, 2013 (6:00 PM to 8:00 PM)
Where: Johnson Fain, 1201 N. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA

REGISTER HERE

Eric Owen Moss, FAIA

Eric Owen Moss, FAIA

SPEAKER BIOS:

Eric Owen Moss, FAIA
Director, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)

Eric Owen Moss holds Masters Degrees in Architecture from both Harvard University and the University of California at Berkeley.

Eric Owen Moss Architects was founded in 1973. The office, located in Los Angeles, California, is currently staffed with twenty-five professionals designing and constructing projects in the United States and around the world.

The firm has garnered over eighty design awards from Progressive Architecture magazine and the American Institute of Architects. In 1999, Moss won the Academy Award in Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. In 2001, the firm won the AIA/LA Gold Medal for Design; and in 2003, Moss won the Gold Medal Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of California at Berkeley. Moss was the 2007 Arnold Brunner Memorial Prize recipient from the American Academy of Arts and Letters for “a significant contribution to architecture as an art.”

There are ten published monographs on the EOMA office, including three by Rizzoli and one, Gnostic Architecture, by Montacelli Press. Most recent are Eric Owen Moss – The Uncertainty of Doing, published by Skira in 2006, Eric Owen Moss – Provisional Paradigms published by Marsilio in 2007, and Eric Owen Moss – Construction Manual, launched in December 2009.

Moss continues to build, teach, lecture and exhibit. In 2002, the firm won two competitions in St. Petersburg, Russia, one for the New Mariinsky Theatre, the second for the redevelopment of New Holland. In 2003, Eric Owen Moss Architects won the international competition for the Queens Museum of Art in New York. In 2006, the Moss office won the City of the Future competition – LA, NY, Chicago – sponsored by the History Channel.

EOMA has been featured regularly at the Venice Biennale, with exhibits that have included the controversial proposal for the New Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, at the Russian Pavilion in 2002, and the international competition entries for the National Library in Mexico City and the Smithsonian Institute, in 2004. In 2006, the firm exhibited the Los Angeles/Culver City project in the Cities, Architecture, and Society section of the Biennale.

Eric Owen Moss first taught at SCI-Arc in 1974, and was appointed director in 2002. He has held chairs at Yale and Harvard universities, and appointments at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.

REGISTER TODAY!

ASID UCLA Extension Awarded Community Service Project of the Year 2012-2013

2012-2013 ASID Student Chapter Board

2012-2013 ASID Student Chapter Board

ASID UCLA Extension takes the win for Community Service Project of the Year 2012-2013 and Honorable Mention to Lucinda Pace for Student Chapter Leader!

The ASID Student Chapter Awards are given to outstanding student members and chapters responsible for promoting the ASID student member experience as an enriching learning tool for future interior designers.

Over the course of nine months, the ASID ULCA Extension Student Chapter board defined the scope and scale to give back to the Amanda Foundation, a non-profit animal rescue facility. Located in a former carriage house in the Beverly Hills Fire Department, the early 1900s building was in a state of disrepair. After consultations with the staff and volunteers, the project was brought to life with 3-D renderings which visually enhanced the specification of color palette, flooring, wallcovering, hardware and furnishings.

The four-week renovation provided the animal rescue facility with fresh laminate flooring, glistening sconces, a quart countertop and well-appointed wall covering that transformed every aspect of the former lobby. The improved functionality of the inviting lobby impacts approximately 1,100 individuals who frequent the Foundation each month. For a complete overview, please click here.

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Katherine Fern, ASID LA President

“The Los Angeles Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers is extremely proud of the accomplishments of ASID UCLA Extension Student Chapter.

The first place win for the Community Service project of the renovation of the Amanda Foundation’s lobby, and the Honorable Mention for Lucinda Pace, as Outstanding Student Leader are significant acknowledgement of the continuing excellence of your chapter.”

-Katherine Fern, ASID LA President

ASID UCLA Extension Student Chapter
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