Indiana Landmarks to recognize MCM

Baz over at Atomic Indy, has all the info necessary to become one of the first time ever Mods to be awarded in these two awards categories.

  • The Indiana Modern “Stewardship Award” (for preserving an MCM)
  • The Indiana Modern “Rescue Award” (for restoring/saving an MCM)

Visit his post to check out all the information and to get info on how to enter

Entries are due on April 29th, 2011. Winners will be chosen and announced during the 2011 Indiana Modern Home Tour weekend in May, which includes a Miller House symposium.

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