Upcoming Events

Red Throughout History CEU, 8th floor in suite 814

This course surveys examples of the great importance of the color red through history, architecture, art history, and design while illustrating how red can be brought into the home today. To attend this CEU course please register here.

Wednesday, September 4th from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

 

What’s New What’s Next 2019, all participating showrooms 

Please join the New York Design Center for the eleventh annual What’s New What’s Next event. One of the most anticipating and exciting events of the year! The event will be jam packed with panel discussion, special guest speakers, cocktail parties, new products and so much more!  Please stay tuned to RSVP and continue checking the site for updates to programming and events.

Thursday, September 12th from 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

 

Color and Paint in Environments for the Aging CEU, 8th floor in suite 814

This course provides an overview of the changes in color perception because of aging or disease. We will discuss the various types of common care environments available for the elderly, the application of low- or no-VOC paint, and appropriate color use to facilitate wayfinding. To attend this CEU course register here.

Wednesday, October 2nd from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

 

Color Trends 2020 CEU, 8th floor in suite 814

Details to be announced mid October. Registration information to be announced

Wednesday, November 6th from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

 

Reverse Engineering: Colonial Williamsburg CEU, 8th floor in suite 814

The Williamsburg palette represents how the richness of history and modern research methods give us the most accurate depiction. In this course, we will examine the colors of this era, and how they are relevant today, from lead-based whites and linseed oils to zero VOC coatings and new colorant technology, paint has changed quite a bit over the years. To attend this CEU course please register here.

Wednesday, December 4th from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm