Festival

About the Eurasian Prize Festival and affiliated events.

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Since 2002, the Eurasian Prize Festival has been providing recognition to the most prominent works of individuals and businesses who do more than just provide services or sell goods. The festival continues promoting those who aim to make our cities, homes and user experiences better. In addition, the Eurasian Prize connects architecture and design professionals and firms, providing great networking opportunities and building ties that are meant to last.

Gala

The Eurasian Prize is built around an international awards and events program. The festival culminates in the Eurasian Prize Gala, the main event honoring the best individuals and businesses involved in architecture, urbanism, interior design, and industrial design. The ceremony is traditionally held at the Residence of the Governor of Sverdlovsk Oblast. Situated in the heart of Yekaterinburg, a big city on the borderline between Europe and Asia, the 19th century palace opens its doors to the Eurasian Prize awardees and honorary guests of the ceremony.

Festival

The Eurasian Prize Festival is an annual set of professional events. This includes workshops, lectures, conferences, installations, meet-the-artist sessions and parties. The events are held throughout the year to maintain the interest in the award and competition. The Festival connects architects, designers, media, manufacturers, and other businesses active in the field of design, planning and construction. The networking opportunity provided by the events is truly unique.

Target audience

The events held as part of the Eurasian Prize festival target:

  • the international community of architects, designers, and experts;
  • architecture and design students from all over the world;
  • international, national and local businesses involved in architecture, urbanism, planning, design, property, building, building supplies, construction, and manufacturing;
  • architecture and design enthusiasts.

Major events in 2018

February The opening press conference and the industry conference
May The Garden Show, the exhibition and forum
May/June The Ural Week of Architecture and Design, a set of professional events
May/June The Eurasian Prize Gala, the awarding ceremony
June The Eurasian Prize 2018 Showcase, the exhibition of winners
July The exhibition of innovative architecture and design projects by the Eurasian Prize winners at INNOPROM 2018, one of the biggest industrial fairs in Russia
October Architecture, Design and Technology, the International Summit

Location

Most of the events under the Eurasian Prize are held in Yekaterinburg, the unofficial capital of the Major Ural region. Venues include exhibition centers, galleries, trade malls, interior design centers, conference halls and cinema theaters. The Eurasian Prize Gala takes place at the Residence of the Governor of Sverdlovsk Oblast.

Sponsorship

We invite enterprises, business corporations, businesses and cultural foundations to support the Eurasian Prize in the current season. We can offer a plethora of benefits to help you achieve your specific goals in marketing, promotion, and brand awareness. For more information, please contact the organizing committee at info@eurasian-prize.ru.

Timeline

  • Preparations for the New Season – October 2017
  • Eurasian Prize Launch – November 2017
  • Formation of the Organizing Committee – October 2017 – January 2018
  • Formation of the Jury Board – December 2017 – February 2018
  • The Opening Conference – February 2018
  • Jury Voting – April 2018
  • Public Voting – April 2018
  • The Eurasian Prize Gala – the Awards Ceremony and the Ural Week of Architecture and Design – May-June 2018
  • The Closing Press-Conference – June 2018
  • The Exhibition of Winner Works – July 2018

Organizing Committee

The Eurasian Prize Organizing Committee includes highly authoritative experts in architecture and design, such as:

  • Mikhail Vyatkin, the Head of the Urban Council of Yekaterinburg
  • Sergey Aleinikov, the Head of the regional branch of the Union of Architects of Russia
  • Alexander Starikov, the Associate Member of the Academy of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences
  • Sergey Shashmurin, the Head of the regional branch of the Union of Designers of Russia

Galina Bukova, the Head of the Non-Governmental Organization for Cultural Development, is a CEO of the Eurasian Prize initiative.

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