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2016 Mobile Photography Contest & Exhibition
CAll for Entries
September 5-October 2

We challenge Appleton members and the community to be inspired by four separate categories throughout the course of one month. All ages are welcome to participate and submit up to two photos in each category. Photos must be taken with a mobile device (e.g. mobile phones, iPads or other touch pads), represent each week’s category, and submitted during the category’s designated one-week date range (information below).

Photos will be juried and exhibited in the museum from October 11-23, and prizes awarded.

Click here for photo categories and details on how to participate.



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Artist Talk: Mitchell Joachim
Thursday, September 29
6 p.m.

In conjunction with the exhibition Survival Architecture and the Art of Resilience, designer Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE will give a lecture titled “Bio-Hacking and Urban Architecture.” This free event is open to the public.

Mitchell Joachim is Co-Founder of Terreform ONE and Associate Professor at NYU. Formerly, he was an architect at the offices of Frank Gehry and I.M. Pei. He’s been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship and fellowships with TED, Moshe Safdie, and Martin Society for Sustainability, MIT. He was chosen by Wired magazine for “The Smart List” and selected by Rolling Stone for “The 100 People Who Are Changing America”. Mitchell won many honors including; Architect R+D Award, AIA New York Urban Design Merit Award, 1st Place International Architecture Award, Victor Papanek Social Design Award, Zumtobel Group Award for Sustainability, History Channel Infiniti Award for City of the Future, and Time magazine’s Best Invention with MIT Smart Cities. He's featured as “The NOW 99” in Dwell magazine and “50 Under 50 Innovators of the 21st Century” by Images Publishers. He co-authored the books, “Super Cells: Building with Biology”, “Global Design: Elsewhere Envisioned” and “XXL-XS: New Directions on Ecological Design”. His design work has been exhibited at MoMA and the Venice Biennale.