Please join Dunn-Edwards Emerging Professionals Program for a special student presentation Paint 101! Come and learn about paint technology, paint ingredients, and performance testing! All participants will receive a coupon for a free InstaColor iD matching tool AND a swag bag that will be available for pick up for those living in the Los Angeles area!
We are excited to share that the Emerging Professionals Design Competition, sponsored by Dunn-Edwards Paints, is now accepting submissions! The design competition is open to all eligible students nationwide. With beginner and advanced levels in both residential and commercial design categories plus an Early Bird Sweepstakes for those who submit early, there are various prizes up for grabs.
Submissions are due by August 7th, or to be an Early Bird, submit by June 19th.
More details and submission instructions are available HERE
The theme of this year’s competition is influenced by the UN Sustainable Development Goal #11 and Dunn-Edwards Corporation’s social responsibility pillars of economic, social, and environmental well-being. The competition is centered on the idea of sustainability and connecting to the earth, together as one global community. Together, we can rethink design skills through a prism of technological development and upcycling to develop a new experimental style that does not harm but heals. An appreciation for nature brings with it a newfound desire to know where our products come from, and the processes used to make them. And therefore, the color, Art and Craft (DET682), will anchor your design.
An outside-in perspective is required to counteract the bias to inward focus. It is a deliberate activity and approach that aims to drag a business back into focusing on what is going on in this world. In this course, participants will understand the key elements of how biophilic designs can play a role in our work environment. The course will review the needs humans have in seeking connections to nature and other forms of life. The course will review the effects of urbanization and the tech takeover, while counterpointing companies’ willingness to include biophilic designs in the workplace. Finally, this course will review the reasons biophilic designs are dominating the workplace while showing examples of their uses in the hospitality setting.
Calling ALL students to join NEWH LA for a virtual portfolio review. This is a great opportunity to get feedback on your resume, projects, or portfolio from working professionals in the hospitality industry. Use that feedback to help your work stand out from the crowd!
How it works: Open to all students who have at least one project completed and/or a resume for review.
Students will go on a series of speed dates, each time being reviewed by a different mentor. They should be prepared to take control of the screen and present their work digitally. They have the option of presenting the same project or resume multiple times or presenting several different projects and a resume. Students will be put in a group of 2 or 3. Depending on the group size, they will be given 3-5 minutes to present one project, and the reviewer will have 2-3 minutes to critique.
Event: Speed Dating Portfolio Review Date: Friday, Sept, 17th Time: 2PM-4PM PDT Format: Online via Zoom Cost: Free Registration: HERE
The 2021 Emerging Professionals Program Student Design Competition, hosted and sponsored by Dunn-Edwards is intended to encourage, recognize and reward students who are training for careers as design professionals.
Using Dunn-Edwards Color of the Year, Wild Blue Yonder (DE5855), to anchor the designs, entrants must address a specific need for a hypothetical client. Advanced tier entrants submit a mood board, renderings and written description. Beginner tier entrants submit a mood board and written description.
The 1st place winners will receive national recognition through a feature in Dunn-Edwards specs + spaces, acknowledgment on social media, and will bring home $3,000 in cash. Winners will also be selected for 2nd and 3rd place to receive cash prizes. The beginner tier winners will receive a $100 Dunn-Edwards gift card. The first 5 entrants will receive an early bird prize of an InstaColor® iD
This student design competition is launched through our Emerging Professionals Program “EPP”. EPP partners with student designers to provide industry knowledge & skills enhancement opportunities. Programming includes tailored in-person or virtual class presentations, annual design competitions, relevant articles, and tools, like the Paint 101 – Essential Handbook for All Professionals and shadowing experiences (Post-Covid).
NEWH Los Angeles Founding Chapter is awarding up to $25,000 in scholarships to students pursuing a major and career objective within the Hospitality Industry (interior design, hospitality management, culinary, architecture, etc.). Scholarship submission deadline date is April 16, 2021.
• Actively enrolled student: 2-year program freshman and above, 4-year sophomore/second year and above, or graduate level attending college in: Los Angeles, Southern California and zip codes 900-935
• 3.0 GPA (cumulative) overall “B” average or grade percentage of 83% – 86% equivalent
• Financial need through college for past/current/upcoming tuition or program approved books/supplies
• Major and career objective within a hospitality related field (interior design, hospitality management, culinary, etc.)
Did you know?
• NEWH membership is not required but is FREE to students + full-time educators
• Students may apply by email, mail or online: www.newh.org (Scholarship/Chapter Scholarship Applications/Los Angeles Founding Chapter) or at APPLY
• UCLA Extension program will be hosting a FREE virtual information session on Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Please email email@example.com for more information and registration.
Join the Pacific Design Center for a virtual WESTWEEK 2021! This year it’s unlike any other, where we explore a collection of thoughts and ideas with a refreshed view at how — through design — we can always find the silver lining.
Enjoy over 30 informative events that speak to the strength and resilience of our design community and prepare to be inspired!
Congratulations to Timothy Durant who’s picture of the outdoor seating area at the Edgemar in Santa Monica, CA, has been selected as one of twenty works included in the exhibition “Expose: Architectural” by Art Gym Denver! The picture was taken as part of Tim’s coursework for our Photographing Architecture & Interiors course led by instructor Doug Hill.
See more of the work and read about the exhibition HERE!
Please join the UNEX International Programs Department (ISO) for a discussion about campus resources, career trends, networking opportunities, and shared experiences. All current F-1 and non-F-1 international certificate students welcome to this virtual event! All UNEX departments will have a staff member present to answer any specific program questions. Hope to see you there!
Date: Friday, March 12, 2021 Time: 4-5:30 PM (Pacific Time) Registration: HERE