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Call for Entries: The Student Annual Architecture Models + Artefacts (S.A.A.M.A.) Exhibition

Call for Entries: The Student Annual Architecture Models + Artefacts (S.A.A.M.A.) Exhibition

The Student Annual Architecture Models + Artifacts (S.A.A.M.A.) exhibit is a collaborative design exhibition that focuses on architecture student model work. It is an annual exhibition that catalogs a curated publication of the best physical models that architecture students have made across North America. This is a call to all hardworking architecture students to submit images of their models to be reviewed by the Curatorial Practices Team at KSU-Arch (Kennesaw State University) and publish a catalog of the best work that you have to offer in a digital exhibition.

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  • Title

    Call for Entries: The Student Annual Architecture Models + Artefacts (S.A.A.M.A.) Exhibition
  • Type

    Competition Announcement (Student Competitions)
  • Organizers

  • Registration Deadline

    May 01, 2020 12:00 AM
  • Submission Deadline

    May 01, 2020 12:00 AM
  • Price

    Free
  • Country Restrictions

    Canada, Mexico, United States

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Cite: "Call for Entries: The Student Annual Architecture Models + Artefacts (S.A.A.M.A.) Exhibition" 08 Apr 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/937223/call-for-entries-the-student-annual-architecture-models-plus-artifacts-saama-exhibition> ISSN 0719-8884

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