Berkeley College Interior Design Department Hosts Textile Class at Paterson Museum

Berkeley College Interior Design Department Hosts Textile Class at Paterson Museum


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 2010

Contact:  Ilene Greenfield
Director of Media Relations
201-291-1111, ext. 1-5122
igl@BerkeleyCollege.edu

 

                                
 
BERKELEY COLLEGE INTERIOR DESIGN DEPARTMENT
HOSTS TEXTILE CLASS AT PATERSON MUSEUM





Photo Caption A: Sharon O’Rourke of Spinneybeck Leather shows some samples to Berkeley College interior design students during a recent textile class at the Paterson Museum. Highlights included a presentation of the history of textiles and a tour of the museum. Nine students were recognized for outstanding achievement during a special presentation. Spinneybeck Leather co-sponsored the class along with Knoll Textiles, Mohawk Industries and Benjamin Moore & Co. 




Photo Caption B: Jim Cabanas of Mohawk Industries discussescarpet samples with Berkeley College interior design student Emma Petersson during a recent textile class at the Paterson Museum. Highlights included a presentation of the history of textiles and a tour of the museum. Nine students were recognized for outstanding achievement during a special presentation. Spinneybeck Leather co-sponsored the class along with Knoll Textiles, Mohawk Industries and Benjamin Moore & Co.

 
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