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2D3D-2: Drawing in the Post-Digital Age

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Drawing has become a major and arguably parallel mode of expression for many of today’s progressive architects. Presented at WUHO in Los Angeles—the epicenter of innovative drawing technologies from aerospace to automotive to animation—the exhibition 2D3D-2 will examine the status of architectural drawing in the post-digital age.

We invite you to submit your drawings for consideration. As part of the initial selection process, please submit no more than two drawings in PDF or JPEG format (200 dpi) by Thur Mar 31 to WU2D3D@woodbury.edu with the Subject Line “2D3D” and the dimensions in inches as part of file name, to be blind juried.

Your email should also include an additional page with your contact information, the name of the drawing or project, and any additional project credits.  Physical drawings are also acceptable, and should be delivered to Galina Kraus at the School of Architecture and Interior Design, Burbank Campus (7500 Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank, CA 91510).

No printing cost will be covered.
Special installation costs will not be covered.
A signed waver is required to participate in the show and will be sent upon receipt of your submission.

Exhibition dates: 15 April – 1 May 2011
Opening: 14 April from 7pm to 10pm

WUHO Woodbury School of Architecture: Hollywood Gallery, 6518 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

Kindly note that submission to the exhibition does not guarantee participation.

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