'Architectural Diversity' is a 2D + 3D architectural gallery opening from 6:30-10pm at The Crescent Moon Coffee House. Simultaneously, a range of presentations will be given in Pecha-Kucha style by both UNL College of Architecture faculty and students. 2D + 3D work will remain on display & for sale for the remainder of the month of November.
Presentations will begin at 7pm in a format (20 slides/20 seconds each) in conjunction with the 2D + 3D exhibit. This event is meant to showcase diverse ranges and perspectives in architecture, as well as spark conversations around the need for inclusion and diversity in architectural professions.
Click here to apply by October 19th. See below for more information.
Students, Graduates, and Professors of the CoA at UNL. Come show us your work!
A $75 Gomez Art Supply gift card will be awarded to "Best in Show" during the opening exhibit & presentation on Nov, 2. Winner will be chosen by an outside panel.
TYPES OF WORK
ANY TYPE OF WORK!
2D/3D submissions and presentations do not need to directly address diversity. The event is intended to incorporate both this as well as showcase the college's diverse drawing, modeling, building, and all around weird things we do.
Contest only open to student 2D/3D work
Students and faculty may enter more than one 2D/3D piece. Students and faculty may present in addition to exhibiting 2D/3D work.
(Any size, 2D mounted or framed preferred.) Please bring to attic to Diane Nguyen, Andrew Chase, or Ezra Young.
All presentations must be digitally prepared in advance, set to 20 seconds for each slide (no clicker will be provided). The 6:40 minutes, may be used however the presenter sees fit.