Friday, March 17 – Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Council of Interior Design Accreditation Exhibit
Experience the design communication skills that majors must master in order to earn a B.S. degree in interior architecture. The exhibition features examples of student course work including sketching, rendering, computer-aided drafting, and three-dimensional modeling.
UW-Madison is proud to be one of four Wisconsin schools offering a four-year professional program accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA). CIDA reviews the Interior Architecture degree program in Design Studies for accreditation every six years. This exhibition corresponds with the new accreditation review.
Open for Public until Tuesday, March 28
Gallery closed for Council for Interior Design Accreditation visit, March 29 – Wednesday, April 04
Design Gallery events are free and open to the public.
Ruth Davis Design Gallery hours:
Monday – Friday: 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday: Noon to 4 pm
How to get to the Ruth Davis Design Gallery
PARKING: Click parking lots on map for real time availability http://map.wisc.edu/
About Design Gallery
The Ruth Davis Design Gallery holds exhibitions that relate to the processes and results of design. Together we encourage research, education and outreach by bringing together the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection, the Design Gallery and Ruth Ketterer Harris Library, as well as undergraduate and graduate programs in Design Studies. We are located in the new Nancy Nicholas Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Human Ecology.Completed in June 2012, the LEED-certified Nancy Nicholas Hall supports the School’s mission to improve the quality of human life, through its education, research, creative endeavors, outreach and engagement. This technology-rich environment facilitates webinars, video conferencing, and interactive learning. Its accessibility, café, roof terrace, and other comfortable community spaces welcome visitors and promote interactions among faculty, staff, students, and visitors. An enlarged, climate-controlled Design Gallery and Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection enhance the visibility of creative works from both students and professional artists.
All Design Gallery events and exhibitions are free and open to the public, thanks in part to the generous support from the Anonymous Fund. Support our programming through a gift to the University of Wisconsin Foundation.