Advocate by Design: The Role of the Interior Design Professional

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Advocate by Design: The Role of the Interior Design Professional

IMPORTANT EVENT ON ADVOCATING FOR THE INTERIOR DESIGN PROFESSIONAL

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Center for Architecture and Design 1218 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19107

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  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

ATTEND & SUPPORT THIS IMPORTANT EVENT ON ADVOCAY FOR THE INTERIOR DESIGN PROFESSIONAL

PRESENTED by PENNSYLVANIA EAST CHAPTER OF ASID

Hosted by Center for Architecture & Design

Panelists from IIDA PA/NJ/DE, IDLCPA, AIA Philadelphia

The evening will promote the importance of the role of an Interior Designer and teaming with other professionals within our field (i.e., GCs, Architects, and Legislation Organizations). Advocacy for the Interior Design Profession and Legislation: Defining and educating without confrontation, the differences between Architects and Interior Designers, their roles, and the importance of getting licensed. Often, the public perception is that architects do all the design and planning and what role the interior designer plays. It is often unclear what each person does, even amongst themselves, on a project. Also, depending upon where your education was (school/design program) and geographic location, the definition of the interior designer and profession can differ – define the difference. Discuss these differences and benefits of each profession and their roles and leave in a place of positivity and like how we can work together to advocate for each other's profession.

Food and Beverage will be served

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Introduction: Kimberley Slater, Allied ASID, Associate IIDA, WELL AP, President, Pennsylvania East Chapter of ASID

Moderator: Matthew McCarty, Allied ASID, Director at Large, Pennsylvania East Chapter of ASID

Panelists:

Amy Wiseman, Allied ASID. Advocacy Chair, Pennsylvania East Chapter of ASID

Nikki Mancuso, IIDA, VP of Advocacy, IIDA PA NJ DE

Jennifer Gibian, NCIDQ, President, IDLCPA

Rob Fleming, AIA, LEED AP, NOMA, LFA, President AIA Philadelphia

Rebecca Johson, Executive Director, AIA Philadelphia | Center / Architecture + Design

Tickets:

Event ticket sales go toward Interior Design Legislation Initiatives (IDCLPA and ASID Advocate x Design Fund)

Sponsorships available and open to individuals, firms, and companies that go toward Legislation efforts (includes 1 ticket).

Donations are also available that will go toward IDLCPA and the ASID Advocate x Design Fund.

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Tickets without full information of company and name of ticket holder are subject to cancellation.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Students welcome, must be 21 for Alcohol

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Street parking, lots nearby, rideshare , Septa. Cost is responsibility of the attendee

 What's the refund policy?

We kindly ask that if you are not attending to cancel your ticket within 48 hours of event.

 Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

No, we ask that if you need to change the ticket name prior to event, please contact us 48 hours in advance. 

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

Tickets without full information of company and name of ticket holder are subject to cancellation.

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