Other Opportunities


  • LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction

    Registration Deadline: March 21, 2017 at 2pm ET
    Submission Deadline: Tuesday March 28th, 2017 at 2pm ET

    Organized by the LafargeHolcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction, the LafargeHolcim Awards competition identifies the ideas with the highest potential to tackle today’s challenges to increasing urbanization. The competition seeks projects from professionals and bold ideas of the Next Generation from the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, planning, technology, and civil and materials engineering.


  • SAH 2017 Annual International Conference

    Dates: June 7-11, 2017
    Location: Glasgow, Scotland, UK

    The Society of Architectural Historians will host its 70th Annual International Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, from June 7–11, 2017. This is the first time that SAH has met outside North America in over 40 years. Meeting in Scotland's largest city, world renowned for its outstanding architectural heritage, reflects the increasingly international scope of the Society and its conference. Architectural historians, art historians, architects, museum professionals and preservationists from around the world will convene to share new research on the history of the built environment. The Glasgow conference will include 36 paper sessions, eight roundtables, an introductory address and plenary talk, architecture tours, the SAH Glasgow Seminar, and more.
  • UK/CoD Annual Historic Preservation Symposium

    Title: Conflict, Violence and Preservation: Interpreting Difficult History
    Date: March 31st, 2017 9am-5pm
    Location: Singletary Center for the Arts

    If you are unable to attend, contact Karen Hudson for access to the live stream.

Call for Papers


  • The Destruction of Memory - Film

    This new documentary film looks at the urgent issue of cultural destruction, and features interviews with the Director-General of UNESCO, the Prosecutor of the ICC, as well as international experts including architects such as Daniel Libeskind. Its explorations of the powerful connection of the built environment to the people who live in it, and the destruction and rebuilding of buildings and monuments, has seen it resonate strongly with architects and Schools of Architecture. 

    The film has screened or will screen in 2017 at institutions such as the British Museum, Harvard Art Museums, the Ashmolean, Brown, Stanford, Brandeis, and in Europe, Canada, Asia and Australia. Reviews have called it 'a blisteringly uncompromising documentary' and 'powerful...humane, poignant...a tough but compelling film'.

    To read and see more, visit the film's website http://destructionofmemoryfilm.com
    To explore a screening of the film, or for further information, please contact the film's producer Tim Slade at tim@vastproductions.com.au or on +1 310 200 9591

Architecture Programs

  • 2017 Cities in Asia Summer Program

    Industrial Urbanism
    June 22 - July 12, 2017 

    Ho Chi Minh City | June 22 - July 1
    Singapore | July 3 - 12
    Deadline for Enrollment: April 30, 2017

    This credit-bearing HKU course was established in 2010 to focus on urgent architectural and urban issues confronting Asian cities today. It is an immersive course designed to expose students to daily learning activities including lectures, seminars, studio crits, field work, firm visits, and design reviews. The nature of work ranges from critical reading of texts, individual assignments, to design and research collaborations. Students will get to interact with professors, researchers, critical practices, think tanks, and various local stakeholders in the making of Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore.



To list a conference or competition open for participation by architectural educators and students, please email Amanda Gann at agann@acsa-arch.org