CCBC INTD at the 2017 BSO Show house – open til May 21

The 2017 Baltimore Symphony Decorator’s Show House “Mayfair” in Timonium opened to the public Sunday April 30 and runs until May 21. The CCBC Interior Design Program is among the many room designers showcased!

Come see what our CCBC Interior Design Program has been up to! A team of 12 students and faculty have created a bright butler’s pantry and kitchen “Rustic Glam” at the 2017 Baltimore Symphony Decorator’s Show House!

The show house is open to the public April 26 – May 17, ticket and time information is on the BSO event page: http://www.bsomusic.org/giving/baltimore-symphony-associates-bsa/symphony-decorators-show-house/

See our mention in the Baltimore Sun: http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/real-estate/bs-re-symphony-house-20170425-story.html

See photos and room info below:

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Room Description:

The kitchen is the heart of the home.  This expansive space can simultaneously host a myriad of bustling energy from everyday food prep to lively conversation and ruckus entertaining.

A large gathering table with assorted colorful chairs provides an intimate yet open and playful setting.  The rustic paneling, cabinets and beams, left in their original finish and charm, echoes the countryside feel that is exemplified throughout the estate.  Contrasting the rustic-ness by adding a sophisticated light stone tile at the butler’s pantry bump out wall and back splash areas give the space a welcomed brightness and contemporary edge.  Extending a bar with seating around the cook-top peninsula offers additional seating and casual eating area, which can also double as a buffet serving area.

In the butler’s pantry, a lively green is used on the wall surface and a golden yellow on the ceiling. While only an accent in the butler’s pantry this introduces bold punch of color to the entire kitchen area.  Centered in the butler’s pantry is a small island for additional preparation space with a dazzling pendant light above.

This space is a lively interpretation of a traditional kitchen, while maintaining the otherwise dark existing cabinetry and paneling throughout the space.

Resources:

  • Tile: Conestoga Tile
  • Persian Rug: LCK Interiors
  • Paint: Sherwin Williams  Painter’s Sheldon & Sons Painting
  • Butler’s Pantry Wall Color:  SW 6754 Ionian  Ceiling : SW 6373 Harvester
  • Art at Mantel: Kelly Walker/ Baltimore Art Star
  • Drapery Fabricator: CCBC Students

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Sherwin-Williams Student Design Challenge Due April 15

http://swstudentdesign.com/

Sherwin-Williams Student Design Challenge will be back for 2017! And we’re looking for your original, innovative designs.

What it’s about: It’s our way of celebrating excellence in interior design by students in the U.S. and Canada. The contest has two categories: residential design and commercial design.

Prizes: The top winner from each category will receive $2,500, plus have their work featured in STIR magazine. Second-place winners win $1,000, and third-place winners win $500. All winners will be featured in our Sherwin-Williams for Design Pros social media channels.

NEW in 2017, we’re awarding $1,000 to the design schools our first place winners attend!

 

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Durkan and NEWH Carpet Design Competition

The Durkan D*SCOVER design competition has been established to exhibit the talent of designers in the hospitality design field and contribute toward the education of future designers, in partnership with NEWH.

Students are encouraged to participate and be d*scovered! Durkan has partnered with NEWH to bring a unique member only opportunity. In lieu of entry fees, you simply must be a student member of NEWH. (free)

Durkan is the leading US manufacturer of custom designed carpet to the hospitality industry. Specializing in durable Public Space, Corridor and guest room carpet, Durkan offers solutions to any custom design need. As design leaders, we offer the largest selection of archived patterns in the USA or we can make your custom design vision a reality.

NEWH, The Network of the Hospitality Industry, is the premier networking resource for the hospitality industry, providing scholarships, education, leadership development, recognition of excellence, and business development opportunities. Members of NEWH, Inc. are professionals actively engaged in development, management/ operations, architecture, communications, design, distribution, education, manufacturing, production, purchasing, and sales of the Hospitality, Foodservice, Senior Living and related industries. For more information go to www.newh.org.

https://www.mohawkgroup.com/sitefiles/dscover/index.asp

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SAVE- A -SAMPLE Hand rendering competition due April 6th

http://www.saveasample.org/student-hand-drawing-competition.html

Competition Details: sas_hand_drawing_competition_2017

Rendering and material boards DUE TO Laura April 6th, 2017

Two are selected and then shipped –  we’ve had a few winners in the DC region in the past few years!!!! 2016-04-13-20-47-24.jpg

2016 Save-a-Sample Student Hand-Drawing Competition   Award: First Place, Washington D.C. City Region ($250 scholarship check award)
Game Room Design, Jakeytia Jones

and

2014 Save-a-Sample Student Hand-Drawing Competition   Award: First Place,Washington D.C. City Region ($250 scholarship check award)
Kitchen Design     Leroa Davalos

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Call for 2017 – 2018 Interior Design Association & ASID Student Chapter Leadership

Interested in getting more involved? volunteer It’s that time of year for nominations & elections for our CCBC Interior Design Association (IDA) & CCBC Student Chapter of the American Society of

Interior Designers (ASID).  CCBC IDA and the ASID CCBC student chapter share the same presidencies.  If you are interested in any of the open positions President-elect, Secretary  and/or Treasurer (descriptions listed below) please send an email to Darlene “Dee” Rollins itsdeerollins@gmail.com or Laura Kimball lkimball@ccbcmd.edu by March 13, 2017.  After nominations are received, voting to follow online.

Eligibility: The candidates will need to commit to the responsibilities of that position, attend IDA/ ASID meetings and CCBC SGA meetings, follow protocol from SGA and ASID, and promote membership and activity in the student organizations and events.

  • Candidates must be a CCBC student (the CCBC IDA is open to all CCBC students and is free to join through CCBC Student Government Association (SGA))
  • Candidates must be an Interior Design Major.
  • Candidates must be an ASID student member (ASID Student membership is part of the professional ASID organization and requires application and annual dues)

Benefits: Leadership Opportunities, Professional Development, Resume Builder, Networking Connections with National and Local Professionals & Organizations.

Position Synopsis: (see also ASID Student Chapter Positions pdf)

President: Nodji Mayou is our current President-elect and will assume the office of president for the 2017-2018 school year  Responsibilities: Attends SGA meetings, attends SGA and ASID leadership training programs, leads student chapter, runs student meetings and events, represents student members and communicates directly with Advisor, CCBC SGA, ASID SRB, SAC and ASID headquarters, delegates responsibilities to board members and committee chairs oversees strategic planning.

President-elect: OPEN POSITION! (commitment for 2 years – 1st year as President Elect, second year as President) Responsibilities: Supports and works closely with the student president in all areas, prepares for and becomes president the following year, focuses on chapter internal and external communications, Attends SGA meetings, attends SGA and ASID leadership training programs, participates in strategic planning, and other duties as delegated.

Secretary: OPEN POSITION! (1 year commitment)  Responsibilities: Keeps records of all meetings and events, maintain membership records, coordinates logistics of meetings and events, participates in strategic planning, attends SGA meetings.

Treasurer: OPEN POSITION! (1 year commitment)  Responsibilities: Manages student accounts, maintains accurate accounts of chapter events, prepares budget and makes financial reports, participates in strategic planning, attends SGA meetings.

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2017 Strong By Design-athon and Design for All Project Exhibition

The Marymount Interior Design Faculty and Students would like to invite you and your students  to join in the 2017 Strong By Design-athon and Design for All Project Exhibition.
Thursday March 30, 2017 8:30am- 5pm
Friday March 31, 2017 8:30am- 3:00pm
See attached 2017 Strong By Design-athon Poster for Schedule and Keynote Speaker.   2017 Strong By Designathon
For Tickets + Registration, please go to
Jurors this year will be from Steven Winters Associates, SmithGroup, and Levine Design Studio.
If you wish to submit a Universally Designed Project into the Design for All Project Exhibition, please contact Moira for details.
Moira Gannon Denson ASID, IDEC, LEED AP

Assistant Professor, Interior Design
Marymount University
mdenson@marymount.edu
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CCBC Small Business Ownership Certificate – Free for Students & Alumni

Are You Thinking About
Starting or Growing a Business?
 
REGISTER today for a FREE
Small Business Ownership Certificate!
 
CCBC students and alumni are invited to attend the Small Business Ownership Certificate program, a FREE 16-session series covering a broad range of subjects critical to the SUCCESS and SUSTAINABILITY of a new or existing business venture. Participants will explore business topics including:
  • ·        Assessing Your Entrepreneurial Talent
  •  ·        Accessing FUNDING for your Small Business
  •  ·        Fundamentals of Business Law
  •  ·        Important Accounting Principles
  •  ·        Effective Sales & Marketing Strategies
  •  ·        Understanding Business Insurance
  •  ·        The Importance of Customer Service
  Cohort II: Tuesday/Thursday      March 14 – May 11, 2017  6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
CCBC Essex                 Course: SBA 005B              CRN: 39777
To register please complete and return Commitment Form (below) by March 9th
More information, contact: Tammira Lucas tlucas3@ccbcmd.edu (443) 840-1817
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