In Collaboration with
AIA South Carolina &
Submit for SAY IT LOUD - South Carolina
To be considered for the physical exhibition in 2024 please submit
SAY IT LOUD exhibition has been invited to feature work by Diverse Designers of South Carolina.
In line with our mission to elevate the contributions of diverse designers, we are inviting you to submit.
The SAY IT LOUD - South Carolina physical exhibit will debut in January 2024
To date, SAY IT LOUD exhibitions have been viewed by an estimate total 55,000 visitors since January 2017. From inception, multiple online publications (such as Forbes, 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 gain a chance to be one of the few designers exhibited in
SAY IT LOUD - South Carolina
We will notify the Featured Designers - December 2023
Submission period September 9, 2023 - November 10, 2023
Selected Architects/Designers Announced: December 2023
Applicants are required to live and/or work in Arizona and be women or BIPOC designer, who have a significant role in the submitted project.
Projects submitted for consideration may be located outside of Arizona.
Women (She, Her) (female or transgender) of any ethnicity and Black, Indigenous, Person of Color
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.
Architecture is a profession in which design capability is prized and intellectual property is the most common proof of worth, in terms of talent and experience. Contemporary practice is by its nature collaborative. The more complex the project, or the more prolonged the design and construction process, the more individuals may lay valid claim to credit for some part of the work.
Please comply with the AIA Code of Ethics for credit and attribution below.
Featured in the SAY IT LOUD - South Carolina exhibition that will debut in January 2024
Your Name, business or work will be promoted by SAY IT LOUD in publications, on websites and social media.
Your Profile will be included in the Great Diverse Designers Library.
All those selected will be considered for future SIL Exhibitions.