November 14, 2011
The Social/Economic/Environmental Design (SEED) Network, is seeking submissions for its Second Annual SEED Awards for Excellence in Public Interest Design. The award criteria align with the network’s five principles: Advocating with those who have a limited voice in public life; building structures for inclusion that engage stakeholders and allow communities to make decisions; promoting social equality through discourse that reflects a range of values and social identities; generating ideas that grow from place and build local capacity; and designing conserve resources and minimize waste.
The deadline for submissions is January 16, 2012, with winners to be announced January 27, 2012. Winners will receive $1,000 cash prize plus an all-expense-paid trip to present at the 12th Structures for Inclusion conference, scheduled to take place in Austin, Texas, March 24-25, 2012. Winners will also be included in a documentary series by The UpTake. The competition, films, and corresponding efforts are sponsored by the Surdna Foundation and the AIA College of Fellows Latrobe Prize.
Click here for more information on the Second Annual SEED Awards.
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