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RISD Architecture Alumni Travel Award
Each year, the award supports student travel to extend, augment and provoke design scholarship initiated by students within the department.

A total of $4,000 will be awarded to the top submission. Travel awards must be used between July and June.

The award is open to current B.Arch and M.Arch students in good academic standing as of the submission deadline as well as B.Arch and M.Arch alumni who graduated the year before Previous winners are ineligible. Students and alumni who all meet the above criteria may apply as a collaborative partnership or team with the understanding that the total award amount will not be increased.
alumni  architecture  Students  Travel  grant  design 
9 days ago by risdgrants
LongHouse Scholarship Award
This award recognizes creative ambitions in all its forms including Visual and Performing Art, Horticulture, Landscape and Design.
One $3,000 award to an applicant seeking to pursue graduate studies or other experiences exemplifying the mission of LongHouse.
Scholarships  Graduate  LandscapeArchitecture  design  award  NewYork 
11 weeks ago by risdgrants
Monson Arts Summer Design Residencies
Monson Arts is a new arts center in Monson, Maine. Programs include residencies for artists and writers, intensive shorter workshops, and educational partnerships with area secondary schools.

Monson Arts is partnering with RISD to offer two, month-long, design focused summer residencies. Design residents will focus on developing prototypes and designs, and experimenting with materials.

Both RISD residents will receive a $1,000 stipend, room and board, a private studio, and access to Monson Arts’ wood and metal working shops. Monson Arts has a studio technician on staff 20 hours a week who will provide support. In addition, residents have access to digital fabrication equipment at the Innovative Media and Research Center (IMRC) at the University of Maine in Orono, a partner of Monson Arts.

Monson is located at the edge of Maine’s North Woods, a 3.5 million acres of forest bordering Canada. It is the last town on the Appalachian Trail before the beginning of the 100-Mile Wilderness that leads to Mount Katahdin. Since it was founded in 1822, the community has had an economy based on natural resources. In the late 19th through the early 20th centuries, slate quarries supported a thriving industry. Moosehead Manufacturing produced wood furniture from the 1945 until its closure in 2007. The region also has a rich arts tradition: Henry David Thoreau wrote about the area in The Maine Woods, photographer Berenice Abbott lived in Monson and nearby Blanchard, and traditional makers are well establish in the area including the North Woods Canoe Company, Atkinson.
Student  alumni  Maine  design  Industrial  FurnitureDesign  architecture  residencies  summer 
12 weeks ago by risdgrants
WITH
The WITH Fellowship facilitates designing with, rather than for, disability by partnering disabled creatives with top design studios and creative spaces for three-month fellowships.

The paid three-day-a-week fellowship begins on February and runs through April. Applicants do NOT need formal or accredited art and design training.

WITH is the first program of The Disabled List, which is creating the opportunities in design that we always wanted through integrating specific, disability-led ways of knowing into design pedagogy and practice. The Disabled List advocates for a future yet unimagined.
design  disability  Fellowship  Paid  NewYorkCity  SanFrancisco  alumni 
november 2018 by risdgrants
Providence Design Catalyst Grant
PROVIDENCE DESIGN CATALYST is a design grant program aimed at catalyzing the growth of design businesses and design-sector entrepreneurship.

The PROVIDENCE DESIGN CATALYST is a competitive grant program providing seed capital between $10,000 and $20,000, business mentorship, professional development training, and peer-to-peer networking to help design businesses reach their growth goals.
alumni  design  Business  entrepreneurship  Providence  ProfessionalDevelopment  rhodeisland  grant 
november 2018 by risdgrants
WGSN and Arts Thread Future Creator Award
Winners receive the opportunity to attend WGSN Futures Summit in New York to promote themselves and their work to senior decision makers.At WGSN Futures New York the winner will be exposed to high caliber executives from different fields that go from Fashion, Beauty, Design, among many others. Open to current and past year undergraduate and graduate artists
competition  award  design  CreativeInquiry 
october 2017 by risdgrants
Brunner Grant
Advanced study in any area of architectural investigation that will effectively contribute to the knowledge, teaching or practice of the art and science of architecture. The proposed investigation is to result in a final written work, design project, research paper, or other form of presentation.
architecture  grant  grants  research  exhibition  design  Best 
october 2017 by risdgrants
International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) Studio Scholarship
This scholarship program is a juried competition created as a platform for young designers to showcase their existing prototypes to manufacturers, retailers, and the media. Entries are judged on the design aesthetics, ability to be economically mass produced, marketability and commercial viability. Each year up to 12 designers are selected from the pool of applicants who successfully meet these guidelines. The participants’ individual display booths are created by New York design studio, Truck, at ICFF in New York City in May.
competition  EmergingArtist  design  displaybooth  prototype  NewYorkCity  FurnitureDesign 
december 2016 by risdgrants
Gensler Design Strategist Development Fellowship
DSD is unlike anything else within the design industry. This 24-month, on-the-job professional training program gives participants firsthand exposure to the skills and experiences they need to achieve professional success as a design strategist. It propels participants directly into meaningful project work, offers world-class professional development, and connects them with a global community of colleagues and mentors. Tailored to each person’s strengths and ambitions, the program provides the maximum breadth and depth of design strategy experience.
architecture  design  Fellowship  emerging  InteriorArchitecture  LandscapeArchitecture 
november 2016 by risdgrants
Arthur Ross Awards
Each year, the Arthur Ross Jury selects five recipients for awards from among the following categories:
Architecture
Artisanship · Craftsmanship
Community Design · Civic Design · City Planning
Education
Fine Arts: Painting · Sculpture · Mural Design · Rendering · Photography
History · Journalism · Criticism · Writing · Editing · Publishing
Interior Design
Landscape Design · Gardening
Patronage
Stewardship
The awards honor lifetime achievement, a career, or a body of work. The exceptions are for the categories of “Patronage” and “Stewardship” where single works may be honored.
In Fine Arts, the body of work should have been created in association with architectural projects, be related to design and placemaking, or be a depiction of the built environment.
architecture  award  awards  design  FineArts 
november 2016 by risdgrants
Gensler Diversity Scholarships
The Gensler Diversity Scholarship awards underrepresented and minority students enrolled in U.S. not-for-profit NAAB-accredited architecture programs with academic scholarships and summer internship opportunities. First prize winner will receive $20k and second prize will receive $10k in scholarships.

Eligible applicants must be: An underrepresented or minority student, Enrolled in a NAAB-accredited architecture program, Entering into the final year of their current academic program in the Fall of 2019.

Institutions are invited to nominate up to two eligible students per NAAB-accredited program for consideration by Gensler.
Scholarships  diversity  architecture  design  minorities  underrepresented  Academic  internship  NominationOnly 
november 2016 by risdgrants
The WEGE Prize
Wege Prize is a yearly student design competition that gives teams of five the chance to collaborate across institutional and disciplinary boundaries, use design thinking principles, and contend for cash prizes, all while helping to show the world what the future of problem solving looks like.
competitions  design  Academic  Student 
november 2016 by risdgrants
Lexus Design Award
The Lexus Design Award is an international design competition that targets up-and-coming creators from around the world. Imagination, Craftsmanship and Design has always been a fundamental part of Lexus brand. The award seeks to foster the growth of ideas that contribute to society by supporting designers and creators whose works can help to shape a better future. Receive a cash award, mentoring, and have your works prototyped and exhibited at Milan Design Week. Lexus may support for the Lexus Design Award winners goes beyond Milan Design Week with global exposure at Lexus events and venues around the world.
design  competitions  Italy  award  prototype 
august 2016 by risdgrants
Design Ignites Change
Design Ignites Change supports creative professionals, as well as high school and college students, who use design thinking – the combination of unleashed creativity and executable actions – to improve the lives of individuals and communities.

Our current programs include:

Awards: Student Innovation Awards, Educator Grants and Professional Fellowships for creative professionals, educators and college students

Scholarships: College scholarships for aspiring fine artists and designers from minority and economically disadvantaged background

» Mentoring: Robust guides and support for design professionals or college students wishing to mentor high school students with social change design projects

» Workshops: Hands-on, personalized guidance and project incubation through the Funding Social Change Workshops, Impact! Design for Social Change—an annual six-week summer intensive offered in conjunction with the School of Visual Arts in New York City—and free webinars for all designers engaged in social impact design.
design  SocialChange  awards  Scholarships  mentoring 
august 2016 by risdgrants
Rhode Island Wavemaker Fellowship
The Wavemaker Fellowship provides a financial incentive for graduates pursuing a career or starting a business in Rhode Island in technology, engineering, design and other key sectors, by defraying student loan payments for up to four years. Applicants selected as Wavemaker Fellows will receive an annual refundable tax credit against their Rhode Island income tax to defray the cost of student loan repayments. When evaluating applications, the Fellowship Committee will give priority to applicants for whom the award plays a substantial role in bringing them to or keeping them in Rhode Island; applicants who work in fields critical to Rhode Island’s advanced economy; applicants who demonstrate the greatest value to Rhode Island’s advanced economy; or applicants for whom an award would represent “last dollar” funding (meaning that you have attempted other methods of reducing your loan payments through programs like Income Based Repayment). To qualify, your employment must primarily consist of work in one or more of the following covered fields: life, natural, or environmental sciences; computer, information, or software technology; advanced mathematics or finance; engineering; industrial design or other commercially related design field; or medicine or medical device technology.
STEM  design  Rhode  Island  graduates  FinancialNeed 
may 2016 by risdgrants
Be Original Americas
Be Original Americas’ 7-week Summer Design Fellowship program will introduce two college students to all facets of creating innovative, high-quality products, from research, design, and manufacturing to marketing and distribution through hands-on, in-the-field learning. Each section of the fellowship will focus on a different aspect of the process from the perspective of Be Original Americas member companies, supplemented by visits to their showrooms, headquarters, and factories in New York City and throughout the United States. The Be Original Americas Fellowship program is open to currently enrolled students who have completed 3 years of study.
fellowship  design  Industrial  Undergraduate  Student 
april 2016 by risdgrants
Burro Brand Ghana Internships and Fellowship
Burro is a new kind of company based in Ghana that is dedicated to delivering tools for a better life. From simple innovations like Burro's home solar power systems to the world’s most efficient cookstove, Burro’s high-quality, affordable offerings empower our customers to save more and earn more so they can do more in their lives.

INTERNSHIPS
Burro internships are challenging professional experiences combined with cultural immersion. You will work with Team Burro and Ghanaians from all parts of society on real projects that are vital to Burro’s goals. While projects range based on your qualifications and background, all internships provide an opportunity for hands-on experience and professional development.

FELLOWSHIPS
Burro fellowships are challenging professional experiences combined with long-term cultural immersion. You will work with Team Burro and Ghanaians from all parts of society on real projects that are vital to Burro’s goals. Burro elevates, celebrates, and develops smart, collaborative, problem-solving, hard-working, civic-minded, entrepreneurial leaders—so expect fast-paced learning, an inspirational mission, and regular demands to step up and live up to Burro’s promise, Do More.
fellowship  internships  International  ghana  design  SocialChange  sustainability  social  impact 
february 2016 by risdgrants
Scholarships | Industrial Designers Society of America - IDSA
IDSA offers one Gianninoto Graduate Scholarship annually. The recipient will receive a $1,500 USD award to be used for graduate course tuition fees in the completion of an industrial design degree. Awards are based solely on the excellence of the work students have submitted.
Industrial  Design  Graduate  Studies  tuition  grants  scholarships 
april 2015 by risdgrants
icff
This scholarship program is a juried competition created as a platform for young designers to showcase their existing prototypes to manufacturers, retailers, and the media. To be eligible to enter the competition, the designer must have a working prototype that is not currently in commercial production. Entries are judged on the design aesthetics, ability to be economically mass produced, marketability and commercial viability. Each year up to 12 designers are selected from the pool of applicants who successfully meet these guidelines and will be awarded a $1,000 AMEX card. The participants’ individual display booths are created by New York design studio, Truck, at ICFF in New York City in May.
scholarships  competitions  EmergingArtist  design  NewYork 
december 2014 by risdgrants
Berkeley Rep Professional Fellowships
Berkeley Repertory Theatre offers an 11-month fellowship program for serious-minded, highly motivated individuals who are ready to embark upon a professional theatre career. Fellows are directly exposed to the Theatre’s daily operations and given the opportunity to learn alongside an accomplished company of artists, administrators, guest directors and designers.

The fellowship program requires an 11-month commitment. Fellows generally begin in August or September and conclude in June or July. They are given a monthly allowance to help cover expenses, including transportation. Limited housing is available for out-of-state applicants.
Theater  Fellowship  Set  Design/Construction  Costume  GraphicDesign  Arts  Administration  Lighting  Design 
april 2013 by risdgrants
SmartGeometry - the premiere gathering of the GenerativeComponents community
The Smartgeometry Workshop and Conference is the premier gathering for the generative design community. Hosted by the Smartgeometry Group, this event focuses on innovative design tools, technologies, and methodologies that allow and encourage new forms of architectural and structural expression – forms that are radically changing the built environment.

This annual event brings together some of the world’s preeminent authorities on advanced 3D design and those interested in learning more about the theory and practice of generative design to participate in an exciting agenda of interactive presentations and engaging discussions. Leading industry and academic experts address new issues arising from generative technology in highly informative and thought-provoking presentations.

To be added to the Smartgeometry Conference mailing list, please contact us.
3D  Design  Built  Environment  Structural  Engineering  Technology  Generative  Design  Conferences  Conferences  workshop  Architecture 
april 2013 by risdgrants
Winterthur Research Fellowship Program
Winterthur welcomes researchers. Academic, independent, and museum scholars, as well as advanced graduate students are invited to apply for short and long-term residential research fellowships. Research fellows conduct research in many areas of social and cultural history, including material culture, architecture, decorative arts, design, consumer culture, garden and landscape studies, Shaker studies, travel and tourism, the Atlantic World, and objects in literature. Winterthur's collections are rich and diverse, and we welcome applications that offer fresh approaches to our resources.
Residential  Architecture  Decorative  Arts  Design  Research  Fellowship 
december 2012 by risdgrants
Stacey Scholarship Fund
The scholarship, known as “The John F. and Anna Lee Stacey Scholarship Fund,” is open to United States citizens only, both men and women, single or married, irrespective of race creed or color. The age limit is between 18 and 35 years. Appointments will normally be for one year and the amount available for distribution will approximate $5,000.00.

The purpose of the Scholarship, in accordance with the clear stipulation of the Stacey’s will, is to foster high standard in the study of form, color, drawing, painting, design, and technique, as these are expressed in modes showing patent affinity with the classical tradition of western culture.

ONLY THOSE SHOULD APPLY WHO ARE SKILLED AND DEVOTED TO THIS CLASSICAL OR CONSERVATIVE TRADITION.
Classical  Design  Painting  Drawing  Western  Theme  scholarships 
december 2012 by risdgrants
Cabin Time Residency
Cabin-Time Art Camp is a roaming creative residency to remote places.
Calls  for  Entries  environment  Design  FineArts  MI  Residencies 
december 2012 by risdgrants
Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation Traveling Fellowship Program
$5,000 Traveling Fellowship. The purpose of the Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation Traveling Fellowship is to enable students in graduate degree programs in the history of art, architecture, interior design, and the decorative arts to travel to London to pursue research projects related to any aspect of the work of Sir John Soane or Sir John Soane's Museum and its collections. Annually, the Foundation entertains and reviews proposals from qualified candidates from universities and institutions around the world. Two awards will be presented starting in 2012 - one for a student of architecture and the second open to all candidates. Recipients are selected by Soane Foundation Fellowship Advisory Committee.
award  Museum  Collection  Research  London  Decorative  Arts  Interior  Design  ArtHistory  Graduate  Studies  Architecture  Travel  fellowship 
december 2012 by risdgrants
SOM Foundation Awards
The SOM Prize in architecture, design and urban design is a $50,000 research and travel fellowship that enables one outstanding student to do in-depth research, collaborate with other designers, and pursue independent study outside the realm of established patterns. In addition to the grand SOM Prize, the Foundation also awards a $20,000 travel fellowship to the second strongest candidate.
Eligibility: Graduating undergraduate and graduate students of accredited U.S. schools of Architecture, Design and Urban Design are eligible. A multi-disciplinary, independent jury of prominent professionals, together with one SOM Foundation director, selects the winners based on portfolios, research plans and travel itineraries. U.S. citizenship is not required
Urban  Design  Travel  Fellowship  Architecture 
november 2012 by risdgrants
Elsewhere Artist Collaborative
Elsewhere is a living museum, studio, and school set within a former thrift store. We create new futures from old things through creative projects, education initiatives, and public works with global artists that enliven and inspire downtown Greensboro and the world.

Elsewhere residencies invite artists, curators, scholars, makers, storytellers, archivists, and educators to utilize the museum’s immense 58-year collection of second-hand surplus for site-specific projects that contribute to and interpret Elsewhere’s concepts, collections, and communities.

Residencies are for 2-6 week project periods. Creative retreats, internships, fellowships and curatorial fellowships are also available.
NC  Design  AllDisciplines  FineArts  curators  volunteering  Internships  Fellowship  residencies 
october 2012 by risdgrants
JAPAN-AMERICA COLLEGIATE EXCHANGE TRAVEL PROGRAM
After a successful inaugural phase conducted by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership, The Japan Foundation (JF), is pleased to announce the next phase of funding for the "Japan-America Collegiate Exchange Travel Program" initiative to facilitate exchange and understanding between Japan and the U.S., the Japan Foundation will provide travel funds to Japan primary for undergraduates and one faculty member. Instructors teaching a Japan-related course at U.S. universities or colleges are invited to apply for a grant to help fund a short-term study-tour to Japan, while incorporating the visit into course syllabi and itineraries arranged to build-on and enrich course contents. The goal is to provide students with firsthand experience that will allow them to gain a more nuanced and balanced understanding of Japan.
Study  Abroad  Sculpture  FurnitureDesign  Film/Animation/Video  photography  digitalmedia  LandscapeArchitecture  InteriorArchitecture  Architecture  Illustration  TextileDesign  ceramics  glass  printmaking  painting  FineArts  Design  Japan  Fellowship  grants 
april 2012 by risdgrants
Global Health Corps Fellow Program
Global Health Corps recruits and selects highly qualified applicants with diverse skill sets to work with high-impact organizations in year-long paid positions. During their fellowship year, fellows make a significant and measurable contribution to the placement organization and the target population.

Fellows work in teams of two at each placement organization – one national fellow and one international fellow. Our fellows and alumni represent 40+ nationalities and have diverse backgrounds, experiences, skillsets, and passions. They are architects, designers, web developers, business analysts, teachers, communications specialists, supply chain managers, and more.

GHC supports and challenges fellows throughout their fellowship. Our training curriculum integrates leadership and professional development with self-reflection and personal learning. We focus on building skills that are essential for effective and ethical leadership, such as human-centered design thinking, storytelling, systems thinking and strategic planning for social change. We foster attitudes like empathy, resilience and cultural humility. Importantly, we engage our fellows as collaborative partners in designing and facilitating our training program. Learn more about our training and support.
SocialChange  Community  Fellowship  Grants  heal  International  design  diversity  ProfessionalDevelopment 
november 2011 by risdgrants
The Architectural League of New York
--Information on competitions and grants for architects, including the Norden Fund Travel/Study Grants. The Norden Fund awards up to $5,000 annually to students and recent graduates in the fields of architecture, architectural history, and urban studies.

--See website for complete deadline list. Norden Fund applications due April 18.

--Norden Fund applicants must reside in the US, Canada, or Mexico. Grant funds cannot be used for tuition and will not be awarded to support and individual's participation in an organized program.
NY  Design  Competitions  Grants  Award  Architecture 
july 2011 by risdgrants
NKD - Nordic Artist Center
--Two to three month residency in Norway open to professional artists, designers, architects, and curators from all countries. The residency includes a monthly grant of 6700 NOK, living and working space, as well as up to 5500 NOK towards travel expenses.

--Deadline April 10.

--Not open to students, except those in their final year.
scandinavia  Europe  Norway  curators  Residencies  International  Funding  Architecture  Design  FineArts 
july 2011 by risdgrants
Akademie Schloss Solitude
--Offers residencies of 6 to 12 months in Germany to artists of all disciplines who have completed a university or college degree within the past five years and are under the age of 35. Several fellowships are also available regardless of age. 50 to 60 fellowships are allocated every two years. The Akademie has 45 studios available. The Akademie provides a living and studio space and a stipend of 1,000 Euros per month.
--See website for deadlines.

--Applicants cannot be students at the time of application.
Film/Animation/Video  NewMedia  PerformanceArt  Design  Architecture  Residencies  International  Germany  FineArts 
july 2011 by risdgrants
Raumars Taiteilijavierasohjelma / Artist in residence Programme
--Residencies in Finland lasting from 2 to 4 months. Applicants should present a project plan for an environmental, public or community art project, which will be realized during the residency. Artists are awarded 300 e per month for materials.

--Deadline April 15.

--Applicants must include a description of a group they wish to collaborate with and a project budget.
Finland  Residencies  Design  PerformanceArt  Architecture  FineArts  International  music  Community  publicart  environment 
july 2011 by risdgrants
WorldStudio AIGA Scholarships
Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships benefit minority and economically disadvantaged students who are studying art and design disciplines in colleges and universities in the United States. Our primary aims are to increase diversity in the creative professions, and to foster social and environmental responsibility in the artists, designers, and studios of tomorrow.

Scholarship recipients are selected not only for their talent and their need, but also for their demonstrated commitment to giving back to the larger community through their work. Each award is paid directly to the recipient’s school and applied toward tuition.
Positive  Change  Need  Based  Visual  Arts  scholarships  design  minorities 
june 2011 by risdgrants
Center for Furniture Craftsmanship
The mission of the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship is to provide the best possible education for people who want to design and build functional, beautiful, and expressive work out of wood to the highest standard of craftsmanship.
Craft  Design  FurnitureDesign  EmergingArtist  Fellowship  Workshops  StudioSpace 
june 2011 by risdgrants
Aperture Foundation
Aperture—a nonprofit foundation dedicated to promoting photography—was founded in 1952 by photographers Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Barbara Morgan, and Minor White; historian Beaumont Newhall; and writer/curator Nancy Newhall; as well as Melton Ferris, Ernest Louie, and Dody Warren. 

The Stevan A. Baron Work-Scholar Program welcomes individuals from all over the world to engage in Aperture’s many programs and contribute to the editing, design, production, circulation, sales, and marketing of photography’s most significant publications; the development of major traveling exhibitions; the creation of web content; and all other business operations essential to a non-profit organization.
Design  Internships  Photography  Competitions  EmergingArtist  International  NewYork 
june 2011 by risdgrants
Prairie Center of the Arts
-- Prairie Center of the Arts was founded in 2003 as a juried Artist in Residency (AIR) program to attract emerging and established artists from Illinois and around the world; to provide these artists and local artists with opportunities for research and development of new work; to provide an accessible facility for art and creativity that embraces the Peoria area community offering equipment and new technologies not currently available to the general public.
Residencies  EmergingArtist  Community  IL  Photography  exhibition  painting  Sculpture  FineArts  InstallationArt  design  writing  literature  music  Architecture 
april 2011 by risdgrants
European Ceramic Workcentre
-- The laboratory function ensures that participants are encouraged to experiment in an artistic or technical field, or with the presentation of their work. After all, the .ekwc attaches more importance to gaining experience (from which you may continue to benefit once your residency is over) than to producing perfect exhibits.

-- deadline ongoing
Ceramics  Netherlands  Residencies  Architecture  design 
october 2010 by risdgrants
Fabrica, Benetton’s communication research centre
-- Fabrica is an applied creativity laboratory, a talent incubator for young modern artists from all over the world come together to develop innovative projects and explore new directions in communication, from design, music and film to photography, publishing and the Internet.

-- see website for current deadlines
GraphicDesign  Photography  Film/Animation/Video  Italy  Residencies  Design  music 
september 2010 by risdgrants
Woman Arts
Sources for Individual Woman Artists - lists potential funding sources for women artists.
Funding  FineArts  Design  Grants  Film  Film/Animation/Video  Directories  Research  women 
august 2010 by risdgrants
Adi Prize for Jewish Expression in Art and Design
The Foundation's central project is a biennial international competition in visual arts and design, with themes related to Jewish thought and tradition. The competition, which offers a monetary prize, is open to all artists above the age of 18, from a wide variety of fields in the visual arts, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing, photography, video, installation art, computer art and design (Judaica, industrial design, graphic design, jewelry, fashion, etc.).The symposia examine the themes from a variety of perspectives, which in the past have included jurisprudence, Jewish philosophy and law, science, psychology, gender studies, literature, art, architecture, and politics. Once artists have submitted their works on a specific theme to the Foundation, they are judged by a distinguished international panel of experts from the fields of art and Jewish philosophy. The works selected as finalists are then presented to the judges and the winning entry is chosen.
Design  Competitions 
august 2010 by risdgrants
Competitions Project Inc.
Stay informed about major competition events in architecture, landscape architecture, and public art around the world. Discover successful strategies of well-known designers.
Architecture  Competitions  Design  LandscapeArchitecture  InstallationArt  Calls  for  Entries 
august 2010 by risdgrants
The Architect's Newspaper - Competitions
Extensive listing of competitions for architects and designers.
Architecture  Competitions  Design  Directories  Calls  for  Entries 
august 2010 by risdgrants
Design Corps - Design As Activism
--Provides opportunities for interested designers to work with Design Corps through the Fellowship Program and Summer Design/Build Studio. Fellowships and Summer studio are focused on community service.

--Fellowship deadline Sept 1. Check website for Summer studio deadlines.

--Must attend / have attended an accredited architecture school. Fellowships are not open to students. Summer studio is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.
Community  Design  Architecture  InteriorArchitecture  LandscapeArchitecture  Nonprofits  International  Grants 
october 2009 by risdgrants

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