Other Opportunities



  • Architecture Faculty Workshop – Houston, TX

    August 7-8, 2019

    The objective of this workshop is to share ideas with faculty about metal buildings and the opportunities to integrate concepts into curriculum. Included is dinner at a brewery/restaurant in an innovative metal building application and a tour of a metal building manufacturing plant.  Travel expenses covered by Metal Building Manufacturers Association. More details here:



  • Mies Van Der Rohe. The Architecture of the City

    The conference will be October 18-19, 2019.

    On the 50th anniversary of the death of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Politecnico di Milano, the AUIC School of Architecture and the ABC Department would like to commemorate the Master through an Exhibition and an international Conference.
  • EAAE Annual Conference + General Assembly 2019

    Dates: August 28 - 31, 2019
    Location: Zagreb, Croatia

    Registration is now open and you can register: Here

    Entitled ‘The Hidden School’, it aims to discuss an architecture school’s true character, the substance and the quality of architectural education in the broadest sense, and that which is beyond the stated curricula, yet – whether concretely manifested or subliminally perceived – embodies the culture of the school.
  • 108th Annual CAA conference

    Conference Dates: February 12-15, 2020
    Location: Chicago
    Submit Abstracts by July 23, 2019

    The CAA Annual Conference is the largest gathering of visual arts professionals that celebrates and advances the accomplishments of members and provides opportunities to share research and creative work. Each year we offer a full breadth of sessions representing the vast range of scholarship and practice of our members, as well as professional development and art-making workshops, meetings, receptions, and more. 

Call for Papers


  • Design that Educates Awards 2019

    The 2019 Design that Educates Award winners have been announced. 

    Please see the website for the winners: https://designeducates.com
  • International VELUX Award 2020

    Registration: opens in September 2019
    Submission: April 1, 2020 - June 15, 2020
    The Awards are open to students of architecture.

    The biennial award challenges students to explore how daylight influences architecture by thinking outside of the box. 
    The regional winners will then be invited to present their projects in front of a jury at the World Architecture Festival 2020. Following the presentations, two global winners will be selected.
  • Barbara Cappochin Biennial International Architecture Prize

    Deadline to Submit: June 30, 2019

    Entries are invited for projects completed between 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2019. The eighth edition of the Barbara Cappochin Biennial International Architecture Prize was launched on 3 May 2019 during the Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE) Congress in Innsbruck, Austria. Organised by the Barbara Cappochin Foundation, the prize seeks to spotlight the central role that architecture plays in the evolution of landscape.

Grants and Scholarships

  • 2019-2020 MFMA Scholarship

    Deadline to apply is July 8, 2019

    MFMA offers five annual scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each for secondary, advanced or trade school education. Applicants are considered based on academic, field of study and written essay responses. Applications will be reviewed by the MFMA SportsFloor Contractor Advisory Council and are approved by the MFMA Board of Directors.
  • 2019 AIA Upjohn Research Initiative Grants

    Deadline to Submit Proposals: August 29, 2019

    The Upjohn program funds up to six research grants of $15,000-$30,000 per recipient annually for projects completed in a 6- to 18-month period. Research should be relevant and applicable to practicing architects.Upjohn Research grant funding will be allocated to projects related to AIA's priorities for 2019. These include a drive toward design that helps reduce energy use, supports the investment in sustainable buildings, and encourages equitable communities.

    Questions? upjohnresearch@aia.org


  • International Student Workshops in Lesotho

    Workshop Dates: July 28 - August 11, 2019 and August 11 -25, 2019
    Location: Lesotho, Africa

    Open to International undergraduates and graduate students.

    Participating in rise’s in loco workshops is a wonderful way to get involved with our organization and be a part of creating a culture of sustainable social entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • International Summer Programme in Architecture: Cities in Asia

    Dates: June 24 to July 16, 2019 (Singapore: June 24 – July 4 | Shanghai: July 6 – 16)
    Deadline to Register: May 20, 2019
    Fees: Full Program (credit-bearing) : HKD 19,500 (USD 2,500)
    Single City Program (not-for-credit) : HKD 11,700 (USD 1,500)

    The programme welcomes all undergraduate and graduate students, and recent graduates in the disciplines of architecture, landscape, urban design, urban planning and policy, urban studies and all allied design and engineering fields. Liberal arts students with a relevant major or minor are also eligible.

  • European Cultural Academy in Venice, Italy

    The Academy offers short courses for architects during the Venice Biennale. Please see below for the classes that are offered:

    DATES: JULY 8 - 20, 2019

    DATES: July 2 - 6, 2019

    DATES: OCTOBER 9 - 11, 2019
  • Foundation for Landscape Studies 2020 Book Prizes

    Application Deadline for both awards: December 1, 2019
    Nominations are welcome from both publishers and authors.

    The John Brinckerhoff Jackson Book Prize is awarded to books published in the last three years that have made a significant contribution to the study and understanding of garden history and landscape design. The David R. Coffin Publication Grant supports the research and publication of a book in the field of landscape studies.
  • 2019-20 Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program

    Application Deadline: 11:59pm on Sunday, June 30, 2019

    The year-long program consists of nine individual half-day sessions attended by a competitively selected group of 16 emerging professionals from in and around Detroit.  The curriculum focuses on core skills such as entrepreneurship and firm management, the art of negotiation, bringing in new clients, community leadership, industry culture, and developing one’s future within the practice.

    View the full description of application requirements Here.
    For any questions contact : CKLDP@aiadetroit.com

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