“Vinyl in Design – The Right Material for the Job”
Thursday, July 21, 2011, 11:45AM – 1PM
Bonitz Flooring Group
645 Rosewood Drive, Columbia, SC
Vinyl in Design, presented by The Vinyl Institute, is designed to familiarize design professionals with the range of solutions vinyl provides for today’s design challenges. The use of plastics in construction and interiors is increasing, and an objective of this program is to educate attendees about the various aspects and uses of this versatile material. Terry Murphy, LEED-AP has worked in Interior Design for 27 years, with experience ranging from interior design and project management to teaching and public speaking. She has taught several different classes for DuPont on nylon technology, carpet specification, color trends and reclamation. She is now the Continuing Education Program Manager for The Vinyl Institute. 1 LU hour for AIA Continuing Education Unit will be given for this event. HSW credit, GBCI credit, and IDCEC also are provided. Lunch is provided and cost of attendance is free to IIDA members ($10 for non-IIDA members).
See the event flyer with more information on our website at www.aiacolumbia.org
RSVP by 7/18/2011 to Anna Gray at 803.799.0247 or at Columbia.firstname.lastname@example.org
HAWORTH presents: “Organizational Culture Card Game”
When: Tuesday, June 21, 2011, 11:45am – 1pm
Where: Jillian’s (in the Vista), 800 Gervais Street, Columbia, SC
Free to IIDA members, $10 for Non-Members. Lunch and CEU’s are provided and non-member’s fee goes towards cholastic award given to promising interior design student each year. See the event flyer below for more information and to RSVP!
Organizational Cutlure Invite
- Dickerson Center for Children
Friday, June 17th, 2011 12:30-4:30PM
West Columbia City Hall (New Brookland Room)
Join us for a half day design Charrette, Friday June 17th from 12:30-4:30 at the New Brookland Room at West Columbia City Hall, benefiting the Dickerson Center for Children in Lexington SC. As the center’s client base and mission has expanded the organization has begun to outgrow their current facility and layout. Volunteers will study the existing facility and site and investigate interior organization, finishes, and identify areas for potential expansion. AIA continuing education is available and snacks and drinks will be provided.
Afterwards, join other Charrette participants and AIA members for an emerging professional happy hour at Bogarts in Lexington. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Luke McCary at email@example.com. To learn more about the Dickerson Center, please read below. Additional information is available on their website at www.dickersoncenter.org.
More on the Dickerson Center for Children: Physically or sexually abused children require compassion and special nurturing. They and their families also need caring and specifically trained individuals in order to begin to cope and to heal. At Dickerson Center for Children [DCC], our main mission is to provide a healing environment that addresses the effects of child abuse. From administering mental and physical healthcare to assisting with complicated legal matters, DCC provides comprehensive support and resources for children who have been physically or sexually abused. Their needs are critical. Our professional staff helps these special children and their families begin the healing process by providing emotional and physical support. The center helps to reduce further trauma and promote emotional healing through a one-stop comprehensive physical and mental assessment by trained professionals. We collaborate with cooperating agencies such as the Department of Social Services, state and local law enforcement agencies, the Guardian Ad Litem Program, the Solicitor’s Office, and Community Mental Health. By providing all services under one roof, Dickerson Center for Children can offer a comprehensive and inclusive assessment and treatment plan for children and their families.
The Dickerson Center helps…
• Reduce the trauma experienced by children who have been physically or sexually abused
• Gather evidence through forensic evaluation and medical examinations to assist in the prosecution of abuse cases>
• Provide ongoing therapy to assist children in dealing with their abuse
• Provide case consultation and coordination services to other providers