|Category||Award / Open to Students / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Award, Open, Single-Stage|
|RegDeadline||28 October 2011 GoogleCal iCal|
|28 October 2011 (Must be Received)|
Julie VandenBerg Snow, FAIA / Founder, Julie Snow Architects, Inc.
Kevin Sloan, ASLA / Founder, Kevin Sloan Studio
Alexander Walter / Editorial & Production Manager, Archinect.com
Editor in Chief, Bustler.net
Best of Show
The Best of Show $500 cash prize is awarded to the best student OR professional entry that clearly stands out from the other submissions through a combination of superior articulation, approach, technique or media use. Entries in all categories will be considered for this prize.
The Corel Prize for Best Overall Entry in Digital Hybrid Media
Sponsored by Corel, a suite of Corel programs is awarded to the best entry that demonstrates excellence through an innovative use of media. The suite of software includes CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5, Corel Technical Suite X5 & CorelCAD, for a total value of $2,197. Submissions may be digital, or hybrid mixed media with preference given to those that push the envelope of architectural representation. The winner of this prize will be selected from the hybrid/media and international categories.
The International Prize for Excellence in Architectural Delineation
First prize is $400, can be submitted as hand delineation or hybrid media. Open to all student and professional entrants with mailing addresses outside the U.S. All international submissions must be electronic.
The Award for Excellence in Hand Delineation
A medallion and $400 cash prize is awarded to the best student and professional entries that embodies and celebrates the art of architecture as a tool for communication through hand delineations, sketches and renderings. Professional submissions should be the result of commissioned projects, while student entries need not be based in reality, but must be hand drawn for consideration in this category. For entrants registered with a U.S. mailing address only.
The Award for Excellence in Digital/Hybrid Media
A medallion and $400 cash prize is awarded to the best student and professional entries that demonstrate excellence through an innovative use of media. Submissions may be digital, or hybrid mixed media with preference given to those that push the envelope of architectural representation. For entrants registered with a U.S. mailing address only.
The Richard B. Ferrier Prize for Best Physical Delineation
In response to the large majority of entries being submitted electronically, this prize has been created to highlight and honor the unique properties inherent to physical drawings. KRob has traditionally been an event that honored physical submissions, and this prize is intended to maintain this practice. To be considered for this $400 prize, the entry must be submitted physically to the AIA Dallas office. Please carefully follow the instructions for physical submissions above. For entrants registered with a U.S. mailing address only.
$100 cash is awarded by each of the jurors. These citations allow the jurors to independently select any student or professional piece that they personally wish to see recognized.
AIA Member................$30 single entry, $20 per additional entry
Non-AIA Member.........$40 single entry, $30 per additional entry
AIAS Member..............$25 single entry, $15 per additional entry
Non-AIAS Member.......$35 single entry, $25 per additional entry
Each online submission must be 1) a single TIF, JPEG or GIF image that is 2) at least 1500 pixels x 1000 pixels
Awards Presentation, Wine Reception & Lecture:
Wednesday, November 16, 2011, 6:45 PM in Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art