Join us on Wednesday evening May 13th at the fabulous Fretz Kitchen Showroom where we will talk about what's new in licensing and legislation for Interior Designers. We'll hear from Jennifer Winters, President of Interior Design Legislation Coalition of Pennsylvania (IDLCPA) who will bring us up-do-date and answer any questions on everything that is happening on this front.
We are also excited that Jim Brewer from the National office of ASID will be travelling up from Washington D.C. to join us and offer his thoughts and participate in the Q and A on current legislation!
Afterwards, professional photographer Suzanne Baker will be available to ASID chapter members for free headshots and provide you with digital copies to use professionally!! Sign up quickly to reserve your headshot - slots are limited to the first 20 people.
Wednesday, May 13th
The Fretz Corporation
The Philadelphia Navy Yard
4050 S 26th St
Philadelphia, PA 19112
Jim Brewer has been engaged in state and federal legislative policy work for the last eight years. Most recently he spent five years as chief lobbyist for the International Union of Painters & Allied Trades (IUPAT). He is highly regarded as a bipartisan problem solver and has an extensive network of contacts among both parties, a critical benefit to ensure the Society's government affairs priorities positively impact the lives of its members and the entire interior design community.
Have you HEARD the news? IDLCPA’s bill has been INTRODUCED!
Yes, you have heard this before… this time we have powerful senators supporting our bill with 9 senators confirmed as co-sponsors.
Senate Bill SB1060
Interior Design Registration Act
IDPCPA needs YOUR help….
Contact your Senator TODAY and ask
them to become a Co-sponsor!
Strength in numbers…let your voice be heard!
This bill can get passed with your help!
Don’t know how to find your Senator go to this link: http://www.senate.state.pa.us/
Welcome to the official site of the Interior Design Legislative Coalition of Pennsylvania!
Our vision is to advance the interior design profession in Pennsylvania by becoming the next jurisdiction to achieve occupational recognition through professional regulation. IDLCPA is dedicated to pursing the regulated practice of interior design professionals; recognizing the occupation protects and enhances the health, safety and welfare of people occupying interior space.
See how design is changing.
The cold of a Pittsburgh February was temporarily broken up by the heat of the Electric Circus. IDLCPA’s 9th annual Pure Party was held February 5th at the fabulous Warhol Museum. The Andy Warhol inspired 1960/70s club culture was recreated for one night only and enjoyed as much as possible by a group of responsible professionals on a Thursday night.