Congratulations to the 2017 Gindroz Prize Winners, Elizabeth Levy for Architecture and Theodore Teichman for Music!

Elizabeth's project, "An Intervention in Public Performance," will explore Vienna, Marseilles, Paris, Barcelona and London and create a case study of each to establish a revitalization of public space to increase human interaction. Elizabeth is in her third year of study in the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture. 

revitalization of public space
to increase human interaction
and sha
res the recognition
of a nomination for the European Prize for Urban Public Space
revitalization of public space
to increase human interaction
and sha
res the recognition
of a nomination for the European Prize for Urban Public Space

Theodore's project, "Musical Heterotopias," will send him to 19 different cities throughout Europe so that he can look at the duality of cities as built environments and music through the lens of urban design, music-making and listening cultures, focusing on transit, street music and concert music. Theodore is in his third year of study in the BXA program; he is a BSA student in Music Composition and Neurobiology.