Register by April 19 for the Students Ideas Competition
Registration for the Students Ideas Competition at the Chicago Architecture Biennial is open now through April 19!
The competition asks Chicagoland high school and elementary students to create and share ideas about how they would transform a vacant or underused space in their community. Student projects can explore a wide range of disciplines including design, the humanities, visual and performing arts, and STEM fields.
This is a hands-on opportunity for students to spark change. Young people are encouraged to share their ideas and use their talents to make our communities better places to live and work.
Learn more about the competition and how to register here: http://chicagoarchitecturebiennial.org/competition/
The competition welcomes submissions that explore ideas about architecture and the built environment from a wide range of disciplines including design but also the humanities, visual and performing arts, and STEM fields. Strong entries will be community specific, imaginative, and exhibit a creative use of materials.