Michael G. Meyers Design Competition
The 2019 MGMC Competition will kick-off in January 2019.
Don't miss out on the UH Summer Discovery program in architecture! More details linked below.
For more information about MGMC please contact Melika Mirzakhani at email@example.com.
An annual ideas competition with an emphasis on creative problem solving and graphic presentation, the Michael G. Meyers Design & Scholarship Competition is sponsored by the Architecture Center Houston Foundation, the Houston Chapter of AIA and local architectural firms and affiliates. The Competition Committee hosts a series of events to help the students learn basic architectural design skills and understand the competition requirements. Projects are due in April and the winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at Architecture Center Houston. All Houston area high school students are eligible to participate regardless of class affiliation or age. Students are requested to enter only once per year as either a member of a team or as an individual. Teachers and Counselors are encouraged to promote this scholarship competition.
Congratulations to the 2018 MGMC Award Winners!!!
1st Place Individual Entry - Muhammad Asad Tahir (The Guthrie Center)
2nd Place Individual Entry - Mario Salinas (Conroe High School)
3rd Place Individual Entry - Adriana Haces Dorantes (The Woodlands High School)
3rd Place Individual Entry - Kaitlyn Stulen (The Guthrie Center)
1st Place Team Entry Adaly Guasso, Grace Hahn, Quinn McCormack & Erin Nieto (The Woodlands High School)
2nd Place Team Entry Christopher Ortiz & Jalen Stokes (Klein Forest High School)
AIA Dedication to Architecture Scholarship - Lauren Meyer (The Guthrie Center)
*This scholarship is funded in part by a grant from AIA National.
University of Houston Wonderworks Summer Architecture Program
This summer program is an excellent opportunity to expand your interest and education in architecture.
For more information about the MGMC Design Competition contact Melika Mirzakhani at firstname.lastname@example.org.