Paige Rense Noland Retires as Editor-In-Chief of Architectural Digest
Upon the announcement of her departure, Ms. Rense Noland said, "I have enjoyed the privilege of editing this great magazine for several decades and now am excited to move on to my next chapter - writing a book that chronicles the remarkable life and career of my late husband, artist Kenneth Noland."
In recognition of her contributions to journalism and design, Ms. Rense Noland has received numerous awards, among them: The Museum of Arts & Design Achievement Award (2006); American Academy of Achievement (2000); the Pratt Institute Founders Award (1997); and the Interior Design Hall of Fame (1985). She has edited 12 books related to Architectural Digest, most recently Hollywood at Home and Private Views, is a frequent lecturer, and has hosted symposiums at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. and the Museum of the City of New York, as well as other cultural institutions around the country. In 2007, she created Open Auditions to discover residential interior design talent.
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