Steedman competition applications being accepted

Registration for “Dirty Play,” the School of Architecture’s 2004 Steedman Fellowship in Architecture International Design Competition, is open.

The biannual, $30,000 fellowship enables graduates of accredited professional degree programs in architecture to travel for architectural research and study for nine months in foreign countries.

Winners are selected based on the quality of both competition design entries and their research proposals.

Competition adviser Adrian Luchini, the Raymond E. Maritz Professor of Architecture, and members of an international jury of architects and designers will meet at the School of Architecture in March to select the winner.

Registration forms are available online at

Registration closes Dec. 15, and entries are due March 12.

For more information, e-mail Shannon Platt at or call 935-6293.

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