Design Biennial Boston releases 2017 Call for Entries

Design Biennial Boston releases 2017 Call for Entries

 

Emerging practices and their designers are invited to submit work for the fifth Design Biennial Boston. The program showcases the most significant design leaders among New England’s early-career, independent professional talent through a juried exhibition, publication, and site-specific public installation on Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway.

 

Up to four winners and one runner-up will be selected for 2017, based on a review of portfolios of prior work. Each winner will create an installation with a budget of up to $10,000 and gain access to the Autodesk BUILD Space in Boston’s Innovation and Design Building

For details, download the complete Call for Entries

Submissions are due January 25, 2017.

 

Eligibility

Entrants must practice architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, or urban design in any New England state and must be full-time residents of a New England state (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut).

Established in 2008, the juried awards program commissions a series of small-scale installations, fosters a rising generation of talented practitioners, engages the public with imaginative ideas, and enriches the city’s public realm through installations and related programming. The 2017 Design Biennial Boston is sponsored by Autodesk BUILD Space, the Boston Art Commission, the Boston Society of Architects/AIA, the BSA Foundation, the Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanicsover,under/pinkcomma gallery, and the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy.

 
 

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