Chicago Architecture Biennial 2019 Youth Studio Proposal Intake Form
Youth Studios are a key component of Learning Initiatives at the Chicago Architecture Biennial. These three hour sessions provide an opportunity for high school age students across Chicago to engage with the themes and topics of the Biennial through collaborative exploration, conversation, and creative production. The studios are a space for young people to work alongside professionals and their peers as they create connections between local topics and experiences and the global conversations at the heart of the Biennial.

Each studio will be led by a facilitator (architect, artist, practitioner, educator) and hosted at a community site (library, school, arts organization, architecture studio). Facilitators or facilitator groups may be independent partners or based at the community site.

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Primary Contact Name *
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Primary Contact Email Address *
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Facilitator Name(s) *
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Facilitator Bio(s) *
Please provide a brief biography for the facilitator(s) leading the workshop.
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Host Site Name *
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Host Site Address *
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Host Site Mission Statement *
Please provide the mission statement or a general overview of the host site.
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Primary Thematic Alignment *
The Biennial aims to support programming that draws from and links back to the 2019 curatorial framework. Please select which area/s of concern explored in "...and other such stories" best resonate with your program planning and/or with your organizational profile. Please pick up to two themes from the list below that most closely align with your program. For more information on the curatorial focus, please visit
Secondary Thematic Alignment
Please choose a secondary thematic alignment, if applicable.
Availability *
Please let us know your planned or preferred schedule. If you have a specific day in mind, please indicate so in the "Other" option.
Schedule *
Please identify the day of the week and time of day that will best suit your program.
Have you submitted your letter of interest? *
Please submit your letter of interest (no more than three pages) via email to Letters of interest should include the following information: (a) Description of the proposed program including details about goals and outcomes; (b) Description of the roles and relationships between the facilitator(s), the community site, and the surrounding neighborhood; (c) Plan for outreach to ensure student participation; (d) Proposed agenda for the three-hour session; (e) Proposed budget including funding for supplies and food. This is a required document.
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