Video Archive of IDB Meetings (with highlights
outlined to spare INCREDIBLE boredom!!)
December 18, 2012
No highlights. It was THAT boring!!
June 14, 2012
4:15 - 4:22:
Chairman Steinmetz: "I think part of the problem now is that
the economy is so bad a lot of the recent [ID] graduates are not
[No, Chairman Steinmetz, when you attempt to
ARTIFICIALLY inflate your income, the marketplace responds by
NOT hiring you --
Economics 101!!]. 7:00 - 9:10: Executive Director Sandy Edmonds explains
how IDB should "educate public" about need for licensure by discussing
9:15 - 9:50: Board
Member Carolyn Sawyer states the need for the IDB to use "cartoon
drawings to convey the story we want to tell."
15:15 - 17:20:Board Member Jo Ann Hymel echoes Board Member Sawyer's
commentary about cartoon drawings to educate and shows one off.
April 26, 2012
4:45 - 10:45:
Executive Director Sandy Edmonds provides recap of Delgado
Community College meeting regarding NCIDQ rules (and a
2018 sunset eligibility) and IDB determining of things such as whether "selling
paint at Sherman Williams can count as experience to qualify
for a license." 21:25 - 23:00:Discussion
of the use of the color pink in prisons to discourage inmates from returning
47:00 - 51:45: Home and
Garden Show offers free booth to explain the need for a licensed interior
designer (more cartoons!!).
January 26, 2012
0:30 - 9:50:
Chairman Steinmetz discusses magazine article
contrasting interior designers and interior decorators with emphasis on
"talking points." 9:50 - 13:15:Chairman Steinmetz outlines meeting with LSU Executive Vice
Chancellor and Dean of School of Art to explain why interior design
licensure is so crucial and discussion of state budget cuts and its impact
on the College of Interior Design at LSU.
36:00 - 49:20: Vice Chairman Ritchie discusses politics and policy changes at
NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualification).
Board Member Carolyn
Sawyer announces she has been selected as a "mentor."
Ritchie explains graduating seniors can sit for first part of NCIDQ