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Yes! You Can!

October 7, 2009

After having approved more proposals then we can care to count (ok, its around 50!), POST would like to thank everyone who has submitted a proposal for All You Can Eat. We have been humbled not only by the response from participants in the Northeast Ohio design community, but nationally and internationally as well.

While we have much work to do between now and the exhibition (as do you, proposal submitters!), we can promise that quite the feast of architectural ideas awaits us all at the end of the month when the exhibition opens.

We have a couple housekeeping items to attend to:

First:

We have a received a few emails from people who found about the show and call for entries either the day proposals were due or afterwards, or just plain submitted late, wondering if they can still enter the show.

Yes! You can! still submit your project proposals and boards, up until October 23rd, even if you have not already submitted a proposal to POST.

POST is still accepting revised proposals and entries from anyone who has not been approved, up until October 23rd, as outlined in the call for entries. Last week’s deadline was only a preliminary deadline to be able to guarantee the best and brightest, placement in the show.

Refer to the call for entries for more details.

Secondly: For those of you that have been approved, we are awaiting your entry boards. If you sent a proposal and do not follow through and submit a final board, expect the condemnation and scorn of the entire Cleveland architecture community. That is a joke. Maybe.

And finally, if lady luck is on our side, we will be announcing the roundtable panel – a discussion of the gallery show as well as Cleveland design culture in general – within the next week or two. Based on what we have lined up so far, it promises to be an incredible conversation that you will not want to miss.

Also, once you’re done proposing the project you’ve always wanted to do in Cleveland but haven’t found a benefactor to fund yet, check out our good friends at the Cleveland Design Competition who are organizing yet another great event for the third year in a row. Its going to be the best one yet! And they’ve got some pretty serious prize monies this year.

Technical Difficulties?

October 1, 2009

While we have already received a large number of proposals, we have been notified that in at least two instances, there have been technical difficulties submitting to our gmail account, postarchitecturejournal@gmail.com

While we unfortunately cannot explain this problem, we hope it isn’t widespread and would like to offer an alternate option. You may also try:

chiclitz.cherrycokeATgmailDOTcom

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and look forward to reviewing any further proposals ASAP.

Reminder: proposals should be prepared merely for advance approval and to reserve space in the exhibition. Final projects should be submitted in physical form on a 36″x24″ sheet, portrait format, mounted on foamcore (as stated in the call for entries).

ALL YOU CAN EAT: A BUFFET OF ARCHITECTURAL IDEAS FOR CLEVELAND – CALL FOR ENTRIES

September 9, 2009
ayce POSTcard front
ayce POSTcard frontWhat is Cleveland’s recommended daily intake of architecture? Let’s exceed it…
All You Can Eat posits that the city is of a high metabolic rate, burning through ideas faster than they can be ingested. In response it presents a binge of possible futures excessive in scale and exhaustive in scope, ideas both raw and cooked, half-baked and hair-brained.

ayce POSTcard front

What is Cleveland’s recommended daily intake of architecture? Let’s exceed it…

All You Can Eat posits that the city is of a high metabolic rate, burning through ideas faster than they can be ingested. In response it presents a binge of possible futures excessive in scale and exhaustive in scope, ideas both raw and cooked, half-baked and hair-brained.

The minds behind POST are proud to announce the release of the call for entries, for All You Can Eat: A Buffet of Architectural Ideas For Cleveland.

Always had an idea for project for Cleveland or for a Rust Belt / Great Lakes city in general, but had nowhere or no reason to see it through? Here is your chance to show your ideas to the world! There is no entry fee, but space is limited. Submit early to increase your chances (that are already high, as your idea is undoubtedly brilliant!) for inclusion in the show.

All submitted entries, whether included in the physical show or not, will be available for viewing on the POST website. The most intriguing entries will be included in a publication of POST Architecture Journal, to be available in early 2010.

For more information: see the All You Can Eat page on our website.

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Downloads

Press Release (.pdf)

Call For Entries (.pdf)

Event Postcard (.pdf)

Questions: postarchitecturejournal@gmail.com

Project Proposal Deadline: September 30th 5PM

Project Submission Deadline: October 23rd 5PM

Exhibition Open:

Main Course: Friday, October 30th

5–10PM

Leftovers: Saturday, October 31st

Noon–5PM

Roundtable Discussion: Saturday 3PM

ALL YOU CAN EAT

September 1, 2009

What is Cleveland’s recommended daily intake of architecture?

All You Can Eat posits that Cleveland is of a high metabolic rate, that it burns through ideas faster than they can be generated. In response, All You Can Eat presents a binge of possible futures excessive in scale and exhaustive in scope, ideas both raw and cooked, half-baked and hair-brained. All You Can Eat is a an event/exhibition to be held at The Sculpture Center in Fall 2009. A formal announcement and call for entries is forthcoming.

Check the POST-blog daily for updates!

Call For Entries: First Full Week Of September

Exhibition: October 30th and October 31st, Euclid Avenue Gallery, The Sculpture Center