NYSID features faculty in show
22 Professors Exhibit Design Work
New York, NY - March 29, 2010 - The work of 22 faculty members at New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) is being featured in an exhibition devoted to photographs and drawings of both residential and non-residential, built and/or planned projects. The exhibition runs through May 6.
"The focus of this exhibition is to showcase the best work of the many talented faculty members that have contributed to educating NYSID's students," said Scott Ageloff, senior vice president of academic affairs and dean. NYSID president Christopher Cyphers added "The level of work on display in this exhibition is a testament to the quality of our educators, as well as an inspiration to our students."
The exhibition contains a wide variety of projects including a traditional residential interior in Connecticut, a lunchroom in the Permanent Mission of Barbados to the United Nations, an Upper Eastside townhouse in Manhattan, and a luxurious waterfront residence in Florida. A total of 30 projects are on display. (above right, Debra Bryant)
Included in the exhibition is work by Scott M. Ageloff, Debra Bryant, Kiki Dennis, Ellen Fisher, Eric Gering, Joseph Goldstein, John Katimaris, Robert Arthur King, Terry Kleinberg, Anne Korman, Don Kossar, Barbara Lowenthal, Ethan Lu, Valerie Elizabeth Mead, Margaret Mintz, Will Rosebro, Kate Russell, Ann L. Schiffers, Mark Squeo, Veronica Whitlock, V. Mason Wickham, and Edwin Zawadzki. (left, Margaret Mintz, photography by Kim Sargent)
Admission to the exhibition if free. The 69th Street Gallery at New York School of Interior Design is open Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.
Founded in 1916, the New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) is New York’s only private, not-for-profit college devoted exclusively to interior design education and related disciplines. NYSID’s guiding principle is that the interior environment is a fundamental element of human welfare, and the college is committed to actively improving, through design, the quality of life for all segments of humanity. This ideal is put into practice by a dedicated faculty of well-known designers, architects, art historians, and authorities in the field who guide a diverse student body of over 750 full- and part-time students.
NYSID offers certificate, undergraduate and graduate programs in the field of interior design, design history and theory, and sustainable design. The college is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and NYSID’s BFA is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).