Dialogues on Design, a series of four conversations, returns for its sixth year.

Dialogues on Design consists of a series of four moderated conversations with prominent interior designers where each discusses their approach to their own work — their inspiration and influences, their response to trends, and the evolution of the field. We are happy to announce that this year these conversations with leaders in the design world will be moderated by Dennis Scully from Business of Home. Dennis is the host of the BOH podcast, where he explores changes and challenges in facing the Interior Design community.

Each Dialogues on Design includes a reception where audience members have the opportunity to talk with the designers. A subscription to the series of four programs is $300. Current NYSID students may attend for free. All programs begin at 6pm in the New York School of Interior Design's Arthur Satz Auditorium, 170 East 70th Street, New York City. We are pleased to thank Dialogues on Design sponsors Ingrid Edelman, Ellen Kravet/Kravet, Inc., and Peter Pennoyer.

For more information, contact Samantha Fingleton at 212-472-1500, ext. 431 or by email at sfingleton@nysid.edu.

The fifth annual Educated Eye luncheon will inaugurate the series on Monday, September 23 at the Colony Club in New York City. Dennis Scully will introduce both featured speakers for the luncheon, Cathy Graham and Billy Norwich. Sponsors include Pierre Crosby and Uberto Construction, John Knott with Quadrille, Michael Kovner and Jean Doyen de Montaillou, landscape architect Jorge Sanchez, and Allison Spear, AIA.



 
 

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About Dennis Scully

 
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Dennis Scully is the host of the weekly BOH podcast, where he explores the changes and challenges facing the interior design community through interviews with industry thought leaders, entrepreneurs and creatives. He is also the vice president of sales and marketing at luxury textiles company Castel. Scully was previously a business development consultant for major trade brands, and has held sales and marketing roles at Domino, Waterworks and Twill Textiles. In his Market Watch columns, Scully calls upon his background as an analyst and longtime securities trader as he explores the ins and outs of the home industry’s publicly traded businesses.