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Now in its 6th year, The Architecture Drawing Prize celebrates the significance of drawing as a tool in capturing and communicating ideas.
Each year winners are selected from entries in three drawing categories: hand-drawn; hybrid; digital. On February 6th, the three category winners from 2022 will join the webinar hosted by the World Architecture Festival to discuss their work with the Prize judges, including founder of Make Architects, Ken Shuttleworth, Art Director and Senior Partner at Foster + Partners, Narinder Sagoo and artist Pablo Bronstein. At the end of the webinar, the Overall Winner of The Architecture Drawing Prize 2022 will be announced.
Erin McKellar, Assistant Curator, Sir John Soane’s Museum, will speak at the webinar about the forthcoming exhibition at the Museum in London where the winning drawings of the 2022 Prize will be exhibited alongside the shortlisted entries, thus giving a unique overview into the art of architectural drawing from around the world.
The webinar is chaired by Paul Finch, Director of the World Architecture Festival (WAF).
Register to attend the webinar here.
The Architecture Drawing Prize is curated by WAF together with Make Architects and Sir John Soane’s Museum and is generously supported by the Iris Ceramica Group.
Image: The Wall by Anton Markus Pasing, winner of the 2022 digital category.
Free to attend
Online, via Zoom