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Iker Gil and Mimi Zeiger join the annual exploration of architecture, art, design, and community as co-curators for 2020 Symposium and 2021 Exhibition
Exhibit Columbus, the annual exploration of architecture, art, design, and community in
Columbus, Indiana, today released five new design concepts commissioned for Washington
Street, Columbus’s historic downtown commercial and civic corridor. The five Washington
Street Civic Projects are part of the the 2019 exhibition, which will feature 18 temporary
installations in total and opens to the public on August 24.
Following a highly successful and critically acclaimed inaugural exhibition in 2017 and the groundbreaking 2018 National Symposium Design, Community, and Progressive Preservation, Exhibit Columbus announces the first public event of the 2019 exhibition: the J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize Design Presentations on Saturday, January 19.
The Exhibit Columbus University Design Research Fellowship was created to showcase current
research by leading professors of architecture and design teaching at public institutions in
America’s Heartland. Universities were invited to submit proposals that highlight innovative
design research exploring ways that architecture and design can improve people’s lives and
make cities stronger.