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In Collaboration with 

AIA Nebraska and

RDG Planning & Design

SAY IT LOUD exhibition has been invited to feature Women and Diverse Designers of Nebraska by AIA Nebraska and RDG Planning & Design in Omaha. In line with our mission to elevate the contributions of women and diverse designers, architect, engineers and planners, we are inviting you to submit.

To date, our SAY IT LOUD exhibitions have been viewed by an estimate total 35,000 visitors since January 2017. From inception, multiple online publications (such as Curbed and The Architects Newspaper) with large subscription bases have helped promote the exhibitions further expanding its impact. One featured firm expressed an increase in business which they attributed to being featured in SAY IT LOUD.

Please provide the requested information below to win a chance to be one of the few designers exhibited in

SAY IT LOUD - Nebraska

Due to the precautions we are all exercising to keep safe from COVID-19 our physical exhibition has been planned for 2021 and the Virtual Exhibition will be displayed in September 2020. We are all committed to elevating you and your impact to the built environment at a time that is safe for our community and maximizes visibility. Therefore the dates for the exhibition submissions: 

Deadline to Submit - September 6, 2020 11:59 EST 


Submission: September 06, 2020 11:59pm EST $50.00 USD

Announcement of the winners: September 10, 2020



  • One project per submission. You can submit numerous applications. 

  • If multi-person submission, use discount code PARTNER to reduce fees on subsequent submissions of the same project.

  • Images minimum 150 dpi resolution, 10 MB each

  • Individual images, composed art boards are not recommended

  • In order to capture the contributions of the women and diverse designers that have passed, please get approval from their firm or family. Use discount code LEGACY to eliminate all associated cost. 



  • BIPOC or Women architect, engineers, designers, students and planners who had a significant role in the project being submitted, who resides or has project in Nebraska

  • BIPOC (He, She, They) or Women (of any ethnicity) 

  • Built / Unbuilt Work 

    • We strongly encourage submissions that reflect a broad and inclusive definition of design excellence. Each entry is judged for the success with which it has met its individual requirements. Submissions must exhibit design achievement that demonstrates exemplary skill and creativity in the resolution and integration of formal, functional, and technical requirements, including ecological stewardship and social responsibility. Submissions should also reflect a strong sense of place, history, and purpose.



  • Featured in the SAY IT LOUD - Nebraska Exhibition

  • Name, business or work will be promoted in publications, on websites and social media. 

  • Profile will be included in the Great Diverse Designers Library. 

  • Per your election, application will be considered for future SIL Exhibitions. 

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