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AIA (American Institute of Architects) Chapter Endorses Second Life Design Competition

From Dakota Dreamscape:

Welcome to the Dakota Skies Cultural Center ~~Chaplet Design Competition

Theme: A Spiritual Respite

Chaplet Exhibition:
Will open approximately  15 December 2008 and run thru 15 January 2009 on the grounds of the Dakota Skies Cultural Center

  • The number of entries chosen for the Chaplet Exhibition will depend on the total entries and the overall quality of submissions
  • Winning entries will go on permanent display at DSCC (Region: Dakota Ranch)

Prize Awards
Depending on the number of winning entries, Merit Awards will be given at $1000L and one Honor Award will be given at $5000L.

Deadline to Enter:
15 November 2008

  • Submit by dropping 1 (complete) Entry/object into inventory of Dakota Dreamscape

Prim Limit:
75 prims. Scripts must be pre-approved

Size limit:
No greater than    X: 6m   Y: 9m  Z: 5m

  • shape is optional provided it is within overall size limits
  • must be large enough for 1-2 normal size avatars to easily walk around inside

Submissions must:

  • be submitted in one unit which will rez complete when set on ground. No additional assembly
  • allow full permissions
  • must have at least 2 places to sit
  • must allow a place for a piece of art created by Chapl Paisley. She will place a piece of art or sculpture appropriate for each winning entry.

Embargo:
Submitters agree that no copy or version of submission ( from the design and building process ) will appear in any other venue or public place through the end of the exhibition.   Embargo Release: 20 January 2009

Jurors:

  • Dakota Dreamscape
  • Chapl Paisley
  • Jurors reserve the right to reject any entries not reflecting the theme or out-of-compliance with any of the criteria expressed or implied.

Endorsement:

This Design Competition is endorsed by AIA North Dakota (American Institute of Architects North Dakota Chapter)

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[…] In it, they talk about the work of Guillermo Vasquez de Velasco, Assoc. AIA, who is the dean of Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning.  They also mention the work of my good friend Terry Beaubois, AIA, professor at Montana State University’s Creative Research Lab – (aka Tab Scott in SL) covered previously on The Arch here.  They also covered the work of another friend and colleague – Bonnie Staiger, Hon. AIA (Dakota Dreamscape in SL) who is the exectutive director of the AIA North Dakota chapter – which recently sponsored an architecture design competition (previously posted here). […]

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[…] They also covered the work of another friend and colleague – Bonnie Staiger, Hon. AIA (Dakota Dreamscape in SL) who is the exectutive director of the AIA North Dakota chapter – which recently sponsored an architecture design competition (previously posted here). […]

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