IFDA NY to Present An Ode to Color Feb. 4 with Lori Weitzner
An ODE TO COLOR, The Ten Essential Palettes for Living and Design
Join us as internationally renowned textile and product designer, Lori Weitzner provides a rich, layered perspective on the use and significance of color in our world. She will share insights on how color affects our moods, engages the senses, and how to use it to enhance where we live and work. This experiential lecture will sure to captivate, inspire, and inform throughout. What a perfect follow up to the IFDA Summer 2018 presentation: The Soul & Science of Color.
Monday, February 4, 2019
Coffee & networking @ 8:30 AM with the presentation from 9 -10 AM.
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center during NY NOW – Room 1A04
Attendance Fees:Prior to January 31, 2019
IFDA Members: $25.00
Non-Member Students: $10.00
Student Members: NC
After January 31 and at the door
IFDA Members: $40.00
Non-Member Students: $20.00
Student Members: $10.00
Take Lori’s color analysis test before the lecture to learn what color worlds work best for you! http://www.loriweitzner.com/odetocolor/
Or visit loriweitzner.com for more info.
IFDA Members, don’t forget to get a complimentary badge for NY NOW to see what’s new & next.
Use code IFDAWinter2019 and click here.
Lori Weitzner, principal and creative director of Lori Weitzner, Design is Internationally known for her contributions to the world of textiles and wallcoverings under the brand Weitzner. She has also translated her signature aesthetic- collaborating with such brands as Samuel & Sons for passementerie, Papyrus for cards and gifts items, rugs for Perennials and West Elm as well as consulting for major brands such as Hunter Douglas. She just launched her first “textile infused” jewelry and accessory collection under her own name this year. Her work is housed in the permanent collections of the Cooper- Hewitt and London’s Victoria Albert Museum and she is the recipient of more than thirty prestigious design awards. She is the author of Ode to Color, The Ten Essential Palates for Living and Design , published by Harper Collins and frequently lectures on color, wellness and design.
There will be a raffle drawing for two of her books,so bring your business cards.
Tickets are non Refundable
The International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA), founded in New York City in 1947 and now with 11 chapters worldwide, provides a professional forum for communication and interaction among its high-profile members. The IFDA, a not-for-profit volunteer-run association, also promotes career advancement and educational opportunities and is structured to increase public awareness of the furnishings and design industry through specialized programming, networking and service to the community.