2020 Annual Conference Schedule of Presentations

Conference Tracks:

History and Theory Globalism and Multiculturalism Social and Environmental Pedagogy Practice Open Creative Scholarship


Thursday, March 5

  Director's Row 1 Director's Row 2 Director's Row 3 Director's Row 4 Director's Row 5 Executive Diplomat
9:00 am - 10:30 am Promenade C/D: Keynote Address
10:30 am - 11:00 am Brewing Artisanal Pasts: Craft Beer, Spirits, and the Manufacturing of Historic Interiors Multidisciplinary Views Regarding Interior Design Features That Promote Student Wellbeing Space Habitat Design: The Next Frontier Characteristics of Successful Design Students After Graduation: A look at the Big Five Personality Traits The Multi-Skilled Designer: A Cognitive Foundation for Inclusive Design Thinking Documenting the Transformation: Interior Department as a Catalyst of Change Harmonious Spaces: Feng Shui Culture
11:00 am - 11:30 am Fundamentally Historical Empathetic Design Studio: Projects + Strategies + Reflection Derived from the Dynamic: Choreographed Time-Based Media’s Influence on the Evolution of 2D & 3D Abstract Compositions Awards and Competitions in the Design School: Significance to the Curriculum and Student Motivation Raising Competent Students: A Sponsored Commercial Studio The Influences of Healthcare Interior Environments on Healthcare Personnel Behavior and Perception of Safety Scenic Design for Steve Martin’s “Picasso at the Lapin Agile”
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Promenade Foyer: Graduate Student and Professional Poster Presentations
Emerging Professionals & Seasoned Educators CV Review
Lunch with Exhibitors

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm Modern Day Medici: The Walton Family’s Transformation of Bentonville, Arkansas “Start with the toilets”: Designing a School for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Severe Disabilities The Corporeality of Spatial Experience: A Kinesthetic Design Approach to Built Environments Teaching Soft Skills in CIDA Accredited Programs Exposed in the Community: Managing the Risks and Rewards of Community Engagement in Interior Design Education Socially-Mediated Design Communication: Social Media As A Tool For Critical Thinking and Creativity in Design Education A Participatory- Cross- Disciplinary - Vertical- Design- Build Studio
1:30 pm - 2:00 pm ID'ing Realities Made by Material Culture Not Our Mission: Challenges and Opportunities for Green Building Education in LEED-Certified Museums STEMette Camp: Interior Design as a Vehicle to Empower Middle School Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Panel: Burning Down Silos: Collaborative Curriculum Development that Fans the Flames of Integrated Learning Innovative Classroom Design: Exploring Evidence Based Design Practices through Experiential Learning Examining the Impacts of Interior Environmental Factors on Nurses’ Job Performance Open/Closed: Rooms/Corridors
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm Graffiti in the Corner Bar: Discourse, Interiors, and Historicized Space Gen Z: A Comparative Analysis of Generations and Teaching Strategies for the Interior Design Studio Once Is Not Enough: Reflections on Making Pre-Design Thinking: Exploring Contemporary Problem Framing Tactics Other Ways of Sharing: Poetic Transcription to Report Research Findings in a Study with Children with Autism Robotic Interiors: Machinic Domains
2:30 pm - 2:45 pm Beverage Break with Exhibitors
2:45 pm - 3:15 pm Internet, Image, Affect: Social Media and Interior Design The Effect of Visual Stimulation on Empathy and Creativity in the Design Process. Community Engaged Studio: Revitalization of the Community ‘Inside-Out’ Interior Design Faculty Credentials in North America Today: A Comparative Study between Two IDEC Regions Designing a Successful Furniture Studio How to Design and Evaluate a Game-Based Studio? The Teasel: A place to Imagine, Experiment and Create
3:15 pm - 3:45 pm Mediating Interiors’ Past, Present, and Future with Emerging Technology Designing a Multi-Sensory Environment for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Winning at the Speed of Light: Strategically Integrating Lighting and Competitions into the Curriculum Experimentations with Sounds, Materials, and Space. Using Biodata to Investigate Senior Living Furniture Preference Lighting Distributions in Senior Residential Settings: An HDR-Based Analysis for Improved Nighttime Circadian Lighting FiiLuff
3:45 pm - 4:15 pm Beverage Break with Exhibitors
4:15 pm - 4:45 pm Fashion Interiors and Historic Preservation: the Commodification of History and Taste A Sensory Approach to Inclusion: Six Design Principles Inclusion Delusion: Racial/Ethnic Diversity in Self-Selected Student Collaborations Developing STEAM in Interior Design Education Living Laboratory: Design Build Projects on Campus #INSPO: Aspiring Interior Designers and the Implications of Digital Design Inspiration in the Era of Social Media Alternate Measures and the Phenomenology of Pattern: The Big Daisy Textile Project
4:45 pm - 5:15 pm Capability Design: Developing a Big Tent Theory for Interior Design Understanding The Meaning Individuals Attribute to Adverse IAQ, a Phenomenological Study of People and Their Workplace Building Information Literacy Across the Interior Design Curriculum The Outdoor Interior Using Focus Groups to Uncover How K-12 Public School Classroom Interior Variables Influence Teachers Older Adults’ Technology Readiness Impact on Perceived Knowledge and Attitudes towards Home Gerontechnologies for Falls From Photo-Collage to Montage: Representation and Reinvention of Interior Space
5:15 pm - 5:30 pm Beverage Break with Exhibitors
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Promenade A: Fellows Forum
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm           CIDA Presentation CIDQ Presentation
8:30 pm - 10:00 pm Tulsa: Awards Presentation + Pecha Kucha

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Friday, March 6

  Director's Row 1 Director's Row 2 Director's Row 3 Director's Row 4 Director's Row 5 Executive Diplomat
9:00 am - 9:30 am On “Pivot” in Traditional Chinese Interior Architecture and Urban Planning Examining Drivers of Non-Territorial Workspace in Corporate Applications Before and After: Architectural Transformations Making Education: Bauhaus 100 Dialogue in the Translucent & Walking in the Book Lessons Learned: Design Students as Post Occupancy Evaluators Pattern Project
9:30 am - 10:00 am Truth in Rasterizing: The Ethics of Sketching in the Digital Era Marginalization and the Interior Environment: A Case Study of Interior Adaptations in Storefront Churches Experiencing Materiality: Integrating Poetry and Writing Within an Interior Finish Materials Course Project Cultural History and Diplomatic Properties: Towards an Inclusive and Interdisciplinary Model in Studio Pedagogy The Imperative of Creative ReUse How to Design Mindfulness Practice Areas for the Well-Being of the Design Students City Creatures
10:00 am - 10:15 am Beverage Break with Exhibitors
10:15 am - 10:45 am Scale + Figure Spatial Configuration and the User Experience in Homeless Shelters and Transitional Housing Environments Panel: Exit Survey Assessment Strategies to Measure Program Success and Student Engagement What Does Senior Living Look Like in 2070? Sketch Now | Write Later: The Benefits of Annotation as a Tool for Comprehension and Composition Interior Grafts: Interventions Between the Natural and the Synthetic Pepinsky Guest House Selfie
10:45 am - 11:15 am Exploring Frank Lloyd Wright through the Lens of ‘Big Data’ How the Multisensory Context of Interior Environments Affects Occupants’ Visual Attention in Spatial Perception Abstractions into Architecture: Facilitating Creativity in the Design Process Processing Fundamentals Digital Playground for Interior Designers: Generative Ideation through Playing with Intypes “Hidden in Plain Sight”, Multispecies Urban Furnishings
11:15 am - 11:30 am Beverage Break with Exhibitors
11:30 am - 12:30 pm East Regional Meeting   Pacific West Regional Meeting   Southwest Regional Meeting Midwest Regional Meeting South Regional Meeting
12:30 pm - 2:15 pm Lunch on Your Own
2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

Promenade C/D: Teaching and Learning in the Round

Global Parti: From 2-D Evaluation to 3-D Exploration and Sustainable Application in Global Project Design
Using a Social Identity Wheel to Teach Inclusive Design
Game Based Peer Critique: Let’s Make Critique Fun and Playful “Spin the Wheel”
Teaching is Overrated: The Transformative Power of Learning by Doing
Exploring Material Properties: The Grail of WOOD
Space Analysis and Ground-Up Programming as a Tool for Student Design Success

3:15 pm - 3:30 pm Beverage Break with Exhibitors
3:30 pm - 4:00 pm Multicultural Interiority: Shared Interior Roles in Balinese Compound Housing Panel: IDEC is Committed to Developing Leaders - You! Restructuring an Interior Design Course to Encourage Empathy and Prepare for the Year 2070 Elevating the Quality of Student Work: First-Year Design Students Collaborate with Rubrics to Evaluate Projects Changing the Game: Our Experience with Game-Based Studio Activity Design as a Creative Discourse: Investigating Ways of ‘Interacting, Representing, and Being’ within Design Teams Elevating the Domestic: Speculations on Post-Digital Cake Ornament + 3D Scanning
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm An Investigation of Cultural Well-being in the Workplace Environment In Pursuit of Authenticity, Happiness & Prosperity: Spatial Agents of Change 3D Printing And The Interior Design Studio Assessing Interior Design Students’ Domain-Specific Spatial Ability: Development of the AISAT V.2 Role of Design Educators in Enhancing Student Success and Mental Health: First Four Week (FFW) Campus-Wide Initiative Agents of Retrieval, Re-Collection and Retention: Sketching and Its Role in Memory-Making
4:30 pm - 4:45 pm Beverage Break with Exhibitors
4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Promenade C/D: Research and Scholarship Round Tables

Ready for the Shake-Up? The Technology-Driven Future of Interior Design Education and Practice
Speculative Futures: Bodies, Infrastructures, and Interiors of Healthcare Design

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Oklahoma Jazz Hall Networking Happy Hour

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