The Ken Roberts competition is the most senior architectural drawing competition currently in operation anywhere in the world. This years winners and finalists are worth looking at and the competion is something that should be on every visualization artists yearly todo list. The competition is open to all architecture students, professionals and architectural illustrators throughout the world. Prizes at both the student and professional level are awarded to works done by hand as well as by digital methods.
Winner, Professional-Geoff Parker, Architect
Best Firm Submissions-A spontaneous award given to Cooper Carry for the firm with the most memorable images.
Specially Invited Entries-Entries from Eugene Kohn and Antoine Predock, yes firm leaders can still draw!
This free exhibit will run from Sept.14th – Oct.7th and highlight a range of architectural models, physical and digital, from firms in the greater Seattle area. Each model will exemplify how professionals at the forefront of architecture and design are considering how ecological systems can connect to technological advances in order to produce our future built environment.
3DCAMP Houston 2012 Registration is now open!
The goal of 3DCAMP Houston 2012 is to encourage and educate individuals about the use of 3D in various disciplines; therefore 3DCAMP 2012 is returning with STEAM, an educational initiative that supports 3DCAMP Houston’s educational goal of incorporating and encouraging the blending and education of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM).
“The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at the University of Houston is pleased to help further the community’s appreciation and knowledge of the many aspects of 3D applications in our modern world. The rapid evolution in visualization technology is playing a critical role in advancing many important areas, from medical and surgical techniques to new methods of energy realization and information transmission,“ said Mark A. Smith, dean of the college. “With the university playing a critical role nationwide in these developments, it is satisfying as well as natural to help bring this understanding to our community through 3DCAMP 2012.”
Sculptor Bridgette Mongeon uses 3D technology in presentations and armature building
Rex Koontz, director of the university’s School of Art added, “Technology, art and design are converging into a significant force on our cultural and economic landscape. The School of Art welcomes the opportunity to work with the cast of 3DCAMP to further the goal of creating synergies between art and technology.”
3DCAMP Houston is an all-day event and is open to the public. It features lectures and presentations from professionals in the arts, architecture, engineering, science and much more.Online registration will open in July atwww.3dcamphouston.com
Vendors will be on hand to demonstrate the possibilities and uses of some of the most interesting and mind-blowing 3D technology. ”The Third Dimension,” an art exhibition comprised of 3D art, will be open to the public on Saturday, September 29 from 6-9pm.