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Architecture

 

Emerging architects are those at an early stage in their career who have created a modest independent body of work and have made a locally recognized contribution to their discipline through their work.

Mid-career architects are those who have created an independent body of work and have made a regionally or nationally recognized contribution to their discipline through their work (I would argue that the work itself does not need to be outside of their local community if that is perhaps the emphasis of their work) This category should require at least seven years of practicing as a professional after specialized training in the field.

Senior artists in architecture are those at a mature stage in their careers who have created an extensive independent body of work and have made a nationally or internationally recognized contribution to their discipline and have achieved recognition through shows and exhibitions, and have received accolades, awards and reviews. This category should require at least 15 years of professional arts practice after specialized training in the field.