We may be addicted to electronic devices, but if you walk into an interior design office today, you might just discover bookshelves lined with hundreds of shelter publications. Inspiration will always thrive in their pages—from the latest glossy issue to those published decades ago—but there are a plethora of other options for designers to publicize exceptional work.
Join design-industry expert Margaret Russell, editor-in-chief of Galerie magazine and former editor-in-chief of Elle Decor and Architectural Digest, and Rizzoli editor Carl Dellatore, for a discussion on how shelter-brand content—both print and digital—is adapting to the new media landscape, and how this transition affects interior designers and architects. They will also offer insight on how to best navigate social media platforms, design blogs, public relations, and the world of book publishing; Q&A will follow the program.
$12 general public
$10 seniors and non-NYSID students
NYSID students, faculty, and staff are free.
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New York New York
New York School of Interior Design
Arthur Satz Auditorium at New York School of Interior Design
170 East 70th Street