Harcum College Offers Spring Courses In Its Residential Design Program
Harcum College is pleased to announce its Spring 2013 semester courses for its Continuing Studies Residential Design Program. Four classes (credit or non-credit options are available) will be offered at the college’s Bryn Mawr campus.
The program, the Main Line’s first Residential Design Certificate Program, offers students the fundamental principles of designing and decorating residential interior spaces. All courses are taught by professionals and educators working in the fields of interior design, architecture and art.
The first course, Change Your Space Change Your Life, is a 3-credit or noncredit ten-week course beginning Thursday, January 17 from 1:00-3:00pm that will introduce the principles of Feng Shui, emotional psychology and environmental design that leads one’s life towards contentment, happiness and success. Students will learn how to make corrections to their space, and those changes will act as a catalyst to spark positive changes in life.
The week of February 18, Harcum will offer three additional ten-week classes. On Monday evenings beginning February 18, the 3-credit or noncredit course, Kitchen & Bath Design will explore smart solutions and clever strategies employed in creating the perfect kitchen and bath. Students will discover how to design using the latest equipment, furnishings, fixtures and finishes.
Tuesday evenings beginning February 19, students will have the opportunity to take the 3-credit or noncredit course, Art & Accessories. In this course, students will explore ideas for creative accessorizing by using designer sources, and learn how much art impacts the living environment.
Students registered for Lighting & Atmosphere - a 3-credit or noncredit course beginning February 21- will focus on the basics of lighting to enhance the impact of their designs. They will learn the fundamentals of task, ambient, and direct lighting.
Courses beginning the week of February 18th will take place from 6:00-800pm. To register, please call 610-526-6087 or visit www.harcum.edu/residentialdesign.