Hello Atc+ID students,
Below is some information of a scholarship opportunity for you all.
“Our scholarship is called ‘ChooseBestMattress’s $1500 Scholarship’, and it’s designed to help students in multiple areas.
Our website is all about Sleeping Tips, Mattress reviews, Tutorials. We would love to offer an yearly scholarship of $1500 to the right candidate.
Scholarship details page: https://choosebestmattress.com/scholarship
Here is a brief list of our requirements:
Deadline of submission: Before 30th October 2017 (Also Every Year).
Who Can Participate: Students from High school, Undergraduate, Master Degree, PhD and adult learners are all also eligible to apply for this essay scholarship. (Must be from USA or Canada).
How to Apply: Write an essay about 1) “Tips to get A Good Night Sleep” or 2) “Correlation Between Mattress and Sleep”. It should be maximum 1,000 words long. Use facts, medical advice, products – whatever you need to create a useful text.
How to Submit: Send the PDF document to Richard: firstname.lastname@example.org with email title: “$1500 Scholarship Application”.
Selection Process: We will choose the most helpful material and our editor will send you a notice, that you become a winner.”
For those whom are interested in a book signing with Guy Nordenson this coming Monday, October 10, 5 PM Cal Poly Pomona College of Environmental Design.
Our Certificate of Interior Design Foundation Level classes are filling up fast!! Below are the courses that are yet on a wait-list for the Fall Quarter.
Feel free to contact us via email or call the Arc+ID office for any questions and please use the Discount Code EARLY for 10% off early enrollment.
Click here for more information: Interior Design Certificate
The 2017 Fall Catalog is out for your viewing pleasure. Check out what courses in Interior Design & Interior Architecture we are offering this quarter and UCLA Extension courses as a whole.
Our Fall 2017 catalog cover was designed by John Coy. For 40-plus years as director of Gemini G.E.L.’s graphics program, John has worked closely with many major contemporary artists including Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Gehry and others.
On behalf of the UCLA Extension Interior Design Program, we would like to congratulate Kim Drinkward on having been selected as the winner of the Introductory Level Scholarship. She were selected in consultation with Eleanor Schrader based upon the excellence of your work in the Fundamentals of Interior Design class.
Thank you for representing our program with such success, and best of luck in your future endeavors.
Winter Quarter begins Monday January 9th!!
Enrollment is still available for the following courses:
Survey of the Decorative Arts
Accessories for Residential Interiors
Photographing Architecture and Interiors
Interior Law I&II
Register today below.
This concentrated six-week course examines the appropriateness, timing, aesthetics, function, and availability of accessories in residential interior design through slide demonstrations, guest lecturers, and field trips to the marketplace. Covers lamps and lighting, wall-hangings and art, area rugs and Oriental carpets, and antique accessories.
Even though the online version of this course is wait-listed. It is not too late to sign up for Digital Presentation III: 3D CAD live in the classroom with Instructor and Architect Mark Owen.
This continuation of X 468.10 Digital Presentation II: 2D CAD/AutoCAD covers the basic commands necessary to construct and view in 3D. Using SketchUp software, students draw a floor plan while simultaneously creating a complete 3D virtual building. Instruction covers the accurate drawing of walls, doors, windows, details, and other 3D objects. Additionally, the course covers numerous basic menu commands and other features, such as modifying, editing, offsetting, layers, line types, color, solid modeling, perspectives, rasterizing, layouts, printing, plotting, and methods for importing and exporting files between SketchUp and AutoCAD.
Beth Fortune is a current student in the Advanced Level/Master’s Program and is new to the world of Interior Architecture, but not to design. Prior to enrolling in the Arc+ID program, Beth was an Art Director in advertising as well as a Photo Stylist. However, Interior Design is where she believes she belongs. “I’m excited to have found a career path in which there is endless opportunity for learning and growth,” Beth exclaims, “I’m eager to be part of a profession that makes people’s lives better by shaping and improving the spaces that surround them. I feel that I have found my place in the world.”
Beth was awarded the $3,000 Howard Hirsch Design Scholarship for her Studio III project, which was nominated by her instructor, Chinmaya Misra. Her project addressed dual-use programming with a furniture solutions company housing both showroom and offices in a 2,600 square-foot space in an historic downtown Los Angeles building.
“Studio III was a great introduction to the Master’s program. Professor Misra challenged students to take their projects to the next level. Her feedback was focused and very smart, and resulted in professional level projects from everyone in the class.”
From Design Communication I on, Beth has appreciated the real-world experience each Arc+ID instructor brings to class—and is grateful that so many instructors choose to give back to the profession by teaching.
We asked Beth to share a piece of advice for students who are looking to pursue the Master of Interior Architecture program. Here’s what she had to say: “Make the most of your time in school. It can be hard to appreciate when we’re overwhelmed with school work, but this is our time to experiment, learn, and find our design voices with support and feedback that, for the most part, does not exist in the professional world. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes, that’s the best way to learn. Oh, and to answer the age-old question of AutoCAD or Revit: both!”
The Howard Hirsch Design Scholarship for Advanced Students a $3,000 tuition credit award that is granted once a year to Masters students who have completed all classes up to and including Interior Architecture Studio III. The award is based upon the work demonstrated in projects from Interior Architecture Studio III. To find out if you are eligible for this scholarship or others, please see the Arc+ID Scholarships and Financial Aid information page.