Oculus 2007 Editorial Calendar
If you have ideas, projects, opinions — or perhaps a burning desire to write about a topic below — we’d like to hear from you! Deadlines for submitting suggestions are indicated; projects/topics may be anywhere, but architects must be New York-based. Send suggestions to Kristen Richards.
08.07.07 Winter 2007-08: Power & Patronage

06.28.07 Submission Extension: AIA New England’s People’s Choice Awards 2007
Firms submitting project(s) to the AIA New England Design Awards Program may submit an additional display board to the People’s Choice Awards program that will be exhibited at the Ring’s End Showroom prior to the AIA New England Annual Conference October 5-7, 2007 in New Canaan, CT. Visitors to the showroom and library can vote for their favorite projects. The project submission may or may not be the same as that submitted to the Design Awards program. For more information, click the link or contact Joanne Reese at AIA Connecticut.

07.10.07 Submission: Perm Museum XXI
The Centre of Contemporary Architecture in Russia announces a two-stage open competition for the design of a museum center in the city of Perm. The collection in the Perm Art Gallery comprises 47,000 objects and paintings including a wide range of Russian and European art, as well as ancient ceramics, bronzes, and applied art from Egypt, Tibet, Japan, India, and China. The pride of the collection is Russian wooden religious sculpture from the 18th to early 20th centuries. The prize fund for the competition totals $300,000.

08.31.07 Registration Extension: Schedium
The AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee invites you to submit your drawing portfolio as part of our new program. Integral to Schedium is an invitation to submit one’s portfolio celebrating emerging architects’ drawing abilities. Architects who are selected from the portfolio competition may be asked to participate in the live drawing series. International practitioners are welcome.

09.07.07 Registration: Market Value Competition
Over the past 15 years, downtown Charlottesville, VA, has experienced an ongoing renaissance. Responding to a public call to craft a vision for the future of two city blocks south of the city’s pedestrian mall, the city is sponsoring a design competition to investigate and establish the best alternatives for realistic, innovative models for mixed-use development. The prize value is $25,000 among three winners.