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CALL FOR PROJECTS: DESIGN FOR THE COMMON GOOD – INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION

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CALL FOR PROJECTS: DESIGN FOR THE COMMON GOOD

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, METROPOLITAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF DENVER, CENTER FOR VISUAL ART

January 14 - March 19,2022

Submission Deadline: January 17, 2021 (12 Midnight / 00:00, ECT)

Design for the Common Good International Exhibition

The Design for the Common Good International Exhibition asserts the value of public interest design, an emerging practice that envisions a community-centered approach in the design of buildings, outdoor places, environments, products and systems. It is a practice that champions growing knowledge, evolving processes, and activating participation while tackling complex issues. The direct involvement of people—communities, stakeholders, designers, as well as educators and their students—is at the heart of this work.

This will be the first of a series of international exhibitions showcasing the winning projects at each and every location. At each further exhibition venue regional content will be added to enable both a global and local overview of the public interest design movement. A permanent online exhibition on the Design for the Common Good web-platform which will also feature the winning projects, is also currently being developed.

 

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Technical Description

Requisites:
1) Your project must be uploaded on the dbXchange.eu network platform.
Please make yourself acquaint with the policies (you have to register as full member
before you can upload a project) >> http://dbxchange.eu/user/register
2) Once completing the above, you can apply to be included in the exhibition by
providing the following information:
>> Link to DCG-Submission Form ‚AUTHOR’

DOCUMENTS

DCG Call for Projects (PDF)

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DCG exhibition step 1 (mandatory for application) (PDF)

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DCG exhibition step 2 (for shortlisted projects only) (PDF)

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Project Start:2020
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