IDES students currently enrolled in Commercial Studio II are competing in a Retail Design Competition this fall. PAVE (The Planning and Visual Education Partnership) is sponsoring a competition to design a retail “pop
A group of interior design students and instructors Coco Dugan Early and Kathy Huus visited the King Tut exhibit currently showing at the Science Museum of Minnesota. The materials, shapes & forms, colors and textures of
Join DCTC Students on March 25th on a trip to the Science Museum of Minnesota to experience the riches of royal life in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago in Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs. Discover more than
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Thursday, September 16, 2010—Sunday, November 28, 2010 Cargill Gallery 103 Free Exhibition Take a look at how design has evolved over 300 years with an examination of a single object: the
This show highlights the work of 17 contemporary Swedish female designers. Their work covers a variety of decorative arts which complements the work of interior design. It’s a must see for design enthusiasts!
Over the last two years volunteer Interior Design students have been working with Cabrini Partnership whose mission is to move people from homelessness to stable living environments. The Van Cleve development in Minneapolis was
Interior design students at DCTC have been working with Cabrini Partnership, a source of transitional housing for the homeless, to help layout and furnish apartments for resident candiates. The end user is someone who has
As published in the Dakota County Tribune Business Weekly, February 25, 2010 by Coco Dugan Early, Interior Design Instructor Dakota County Technical College Color influences every aspect of our lives. Color can be