4:45 - 5:45:Rev. Freddie Phillips (one of two audience
members with the other being friend Robert Burns) politely and meekly seeks
clarification at the IDB meeting regarding the services of EBRP Deputy
Landry (see 7/18/11 LALB video below).
8:30 - 11:00:Attorney Anna Dow discusses two cases of folk
advertising ID services without proper licensure.
20:45 - 42:27:Discussion and awarding of Dan Bouligny award
(Bouligny was influential in establishing licensing law in Louisiana).
After 22:02 of the discussion, late-Board Member Robert King goes with the
consensus that one of the two entries submitted "has a slightly better
flow." The extensive discussion of "contrasting styles" of the two
projects provides strong evidence of just how much of a role ART plays in ID
projects (which is why court cases entailing licensing imposing on first
amendment free speech rights are being lost by regulatory bodies across the
U. S.). The winner was also commended for her prior achievements
regarding the use of "water colors," as well as the current project's
effective use of "water colors."
July 18, 2011
(Louisiana Auctioneer Licensing Board - LALB)
- 6:12Interior Design Board Executive
Director Sandy Edmonds explains that the Interior Design
Board has lost the "luxury" of meeting at
to videotaping of meetings by Rev. Freddie Lee Phillips
and Robert Burns. She also makes significant
February 25, 2011 (back then, you tube had a
15-minute limit, so the meeting is broken up into six segments)
0:07 - 0:42:Members express surprise at having visitors and
0:44 - 2:51:
LSU Students' "HSW videos."
11:45 - 14:57:
More "talking points" of what interior designers do.
0:40 - 4:40:
More discussion of HSW and industry terms, etc. by Executive Director Sandy
Edmonds and Vice Chairman Dr. T. L. Ritchie.
7:15 - 10:00:
CE to include "business, contracts, colors, and phycology of colors."
4:45 - 9:30:
Request for LEED GA discussion and presentation to fulfill CE.
10:00 - 14:59:
Meeting with Louisiana State Fire Marshall's Office to explain what interior
designers so. ID practitioners want the Fire Marshall to enforce
the "ID Codes" and not just the Architectural Codes. Few at the Fire
Marshall's Office are indicated to even know what ID practitioners do,
much less any Codes to enforce. Indications are the IDB plans to set
up another meeting with the State Fire Marshall's Office.
0:00 - 2:14:
Continuation of Louisiana State Fire Marshall Office meeting discussion.