Presentation on theme: "Q & A Session January 21, 2010. Quick Facts -Teams may be comprised of individuals, students (with at least 6 credit hours), faculty, and staff. Teams."— Presentation transcript:
Q & A Session January 21, 2010
Quick Facts -Teams may be comprised of individuals, students (with at least 6 credit hours), faculty, and staff. Teams must be student led. -There is an allotted $20,000 budget (The Senior Class Gift). *This money and/or materials may grow. -There is a $5,000 prize (Donated by Architecture + Planning) for the team/individual with the winning design.
Important Dates January 13, Call for Entries Released January 21, First Question and Answer session, 5:30 pm in the Gould Auditorium of the Marriott Library. January 22, Re-Imagine the Plaza meet-up: an opportunity to see the Re-imagining Cities exhibition and find potential team members with the skills you’re looking for 8:30 am – 5:00 pm in Bailey Hall of the Arts & Architecture Building. March 5, Second Question and Answer session, 5:30 pm in the Gould Auditorium of the Marriott Library. March 29, ENTRY DEADLINE: Complete application (Entry CD or DVD, Application Form, Textual and Visual Works Form, and 30” x 42” board) due 5 pm at the following address: ASUU, 201 Central Campus Drive, Ste. 234, Salt Lake City, Utah April Proposals on display in the Marriott Library. April Jury meets. April 22, Announcement of winning entry at U of U Earth Day Celebration.
“What if public spaces promoted the participation and safe co-existence of citizens” -Nordic Embassy, Berlin
“Design is people” –Jane Jacobs
“Great squares and plazas give identity to cities” -Project for Public Spaces
“The desirability of a university is often judged by its sense of place...” -PPS
Contact: Erica Andersen Senior Class President, ASUU