NY Now Accepting Applications for Juried Design Sections

NY NowWHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-NY Now has invited designers, artists and manufacturers to submit applications for its three juried design sections and two design incubator areas for its winter show, scheduled for Feb. 1-6, 2014.

The three juried sections are Accent on Design, A+: The Younger Designers' Platform (located within Accent on Design) and Handmade. The latter consists of two sections, Designer Maker and Global Design. In addition, the Emerging Designer Maker Platform will be located within Designer Maker, and will introduce the work of emerging craft designers and makers.

Applications for Accent on Design will be accepted through Oct. 1. Applications for A+: The Young Designers' Platform will be limited to design students, recent graduates and young companies in business for one year or less. The two sections within Handmade will accept submissions through Oct. 1 as well from limited-production manufacturers and international craft resources.

The applications for the Emerging Designer Maker Platform will accepted through Dec. 2. These will be accepted only from designers who have been in business for one year or less.

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