Clodagh and Ruggiero to Host ARTS Awards

DALLAS-Interior and architectural designer Clodagh and home designer and HGTV host Joe Ruggiero will be among the presenters for the 21st annual ARTS Awards, a program given by the Accessories Resource Team and presented during the Dallas Market Center's Total Home & Gift Market in January.

Clodagh will mark 25 years of design in New York City next year, and is devoted to combining sustainability, functionality and beauty in her work. Ruggiero, head of Joseph Ruggiero & Associates, is the host and producer of numerous home design shows on HGTV.

Other presenters include Dallas Market Center's Bill Winsor, president and chief executive officer, and Cindy Morris, chief operating officer. In addition, Sharon Davis, executive director of ART, and Bill Fortson, 2010-2011 president of AT and member of the ARTS Awards Hall of Fame, will represent the ARTS team for the gala as well.

The market will be held next month from Jan. 13-19.

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