Exhibit Columbus is announcing the recipients of this year’s J. Irwin and Xenia Miller prizes.
The Miller Prize recognizes architectural and design excellence. Miller Prize recipients will design, build, and install temporary projects at iconic downtown Columbus sites. They are:
- Tatiana Bilbao ESTUDIO in Mexico City will be working at the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library Plaza in partnership with Community Curator Jason Hatton, executive director of the library.
- Practice for Architecture Urbanism from Manhattan will be working at The Commons in downtown Columbus with Community Curator Dave Hayward, the Columbus city engineer,
- PORT working out of Philadelphia and Chicago will be partnering with the Mill Race Center and Community Curator, Dan Mustard, the center’s executive director.
- Studio Zewde from Harlem will be at Mill Race Park working with Community Curator, Mark Jones, director of the city Parks and Recreation Department.
Exhibit Columbus, launched in 2016, has two year cycles with a symposium hosted one year, and the installation of exhibits around the city next year. This year’s symposium will be October 21st and 22nd in downtown Columbus.
You can get more information at ExhibitColumbus.org.