San Francisco based organization the Center for Architecture + Design is hosting an interesting contest of making 3 minutes short films on 'what is architecture'.
The entrants may be from any community or profession, young or old, and the people and the subjects on the film may also be from any where in the world on anything that portrays the core answer 'Architecture is...' As architecture means something different to each of us, and we want to hear what it means to you! Is it the beams and columns that hold up your home? Is it the way a skyscraper makes you feel like an ant in the city? Or is it how the built environment makes you move through space?
The submission will be online via YouTube and there's no entry fees. There are two separate categories for youth and adult Youth [13-18 years] Adult [19+ years] entrants.
Deadline: September 8, 2011,
Prize: Top films will be shown 2011 Architecture and the City Festival Film Series at Sanfrancisco Public Library and will also receive iPad-2
Second place winners will receive a Kodak PlaySport camera.
See details at the competition website: CLICK HERE.
Thursday 18 August 2011