Women in Design: win a free pass for RESONATE
Have an idea how to gender balance the architecture profession?
We invite all Women in Design to join a contest. 3 winners will get 2 free tickets for RESONATE, Thinking Sound and Space, a Conference on Architecture, Art and Sound in Lisbon on February 12.
The contest takes place on our Facebook page. Think of two ladies (yourself included!) who would enjoy a free Women in Design pass to RESONATE, and tag them on Facebook. To win, be amongst the first 3 respondents to send us your idea to improve gender balance in architecture or eliminate barriers. We accept answers via direct message on Facebook or via email to email@example.com.
Winners will be chosen on January 4 and announced on January 5, 2018. We will share all the best ideas!
If you are not a Woman in Design, you can register with a 50% discount before December 31st, 2017!
Fine print: This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. It is not necessary to comment to be eligible
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