Tuesday, September 02, 2008
Call for Entries: Richard Kelly Grant
Deadline: January 30, 2009
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Richard Kelly devoted his life to extraordinary contributions to the lighting design profession. He was one of the pioneers of architectural lighting consulting. The Richard Kelly Grant was established by the New York Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society in 1980. Originally conceived as a scholarship program and later opened to young persons working in lighting in North A merica, the Grant is administered by the New York Section under the auspices of the IESNA.
To recognize and encourage creative thought and activity in the use of light. Cash award(s) will be granted to the person(s) who preserve and carry forth Richard Kelly’s ideals, enthusiasm and reverence for light.
Anyone 35 years or under, studying or working in the art and/or science of illumination, in the United States, Canada or Mexico.
Applicant must demonstrate accomplishment as well as the potential to contribute to the art and science of illumination. Proposed, completed, and on-going work involving light may be submitted and should clearly illustrate the way in which the conceptual or applied use of light in new and innovative ways is used to solve or better understand a problem.
The Grant Committee will consider works using light in:
Architecture • Art • Education • Environmental Design • Health • Fixture Design • Software Design • Theater.
Click here to view the 2008 winners of the Richard Kelly Grant
Click here to view the 2007 winners of the Richard Kelly Grant
Click here to download a copy of Richard Kelly Selected Works Brochure.
Click here to download a copy of Richard Kelly Selected Works Pamphlet.
Click here to download a copy of The Great Illuminator.
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