Art. Design. Architecture. Showcase it all!
The American Institute of Architects Center for Emerging Professionals sponsors an annual exhibit of architectural work, design, and art from the rising generation of architecture and design professionals. The exhibit is showcased on AIA.org and in an in-person exhibit at AIA National HQ in Washington, DC.
Have you created an incredible design project? Taken a beautiful photo? Mastered the art of modeling? We want to showcase your work!
Visit the AIA Center for Emerging Professionals submission site for more information.
With a deadline of February 1st, we are currently rallying for applicants for the Arnold W. Brunner Grant. This prestigious award is designed for mid-level architects to pursue architectural investigations that will effectively contribute to the knowledge, teaching, or practice of the art and science of architecture. The project must engage in contemporary architectural issues within a local and global context. The sole recipient will be awarded up to $15,000.
The National Center for Smart Growth (NCSG) and the College of Information Studies (iSchool) are joining forces to launch a pilot initiative to enhance university connections and outreach within the communities surrounding the UMD campus in College Park. The Campus Community Connection Pilot (C3 Pilot) will help streamline student/faculty engagement efforts with local governments, concentrating on expanding educational experiences, volunteer opportunities, internships, course-led projects and overall campus engagement while focusing on economic, social and environmental resiliency. Continue reading
Architectural Adventures, is the new, official travel program of the American Institute of Architects which specializes in small group tours that explore some of the world’s most unique and interesting architecture, all while enjoying a destination’s culture, food, and traditions. AIA members are eligible for continuing education credits.