The SA Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects is calling on all emerging designers to submit applications for the Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship. The Fellowship was established following a bequest from the estate of the late modernist architectural figure Jack Hobbs McConnell.
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About the Fellowship:
Promising designers, five years* from graduation from the University of South Australia or University of Adelaide are eligible. Entrants do not need to be currently residing in South Australia, but if short listed, may be required to be interviewed by teleconference – and be prepared to detail their interest in architectural design in South Australia and how they might ultimately engage in future practice in the state. The Fellowship of up to $15,000 can be used to undertake an independent program of research or course of further study in architecture or a related field.
Entries close 15 March. Click here to complete your entry form.
*As the Fellowship was suspended due to COVID, applicants within 7 years of graduation may be considered.