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Celebrate Excellence in Design on September 27th
Celebrate Excellence in Design on September 27th
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AIA Maryland is a state component of the American Institute of Architects. Our mission is to serve our members, advance their value, and improve the quality of the built environment and the practice of architecture in Maryland through legislative and governmental action.

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  • Celebrate Excellence in Design

    The 2018 AIA Maryland Excellence in Design Awards Celebration will be held at the U.S. Naval Academy Stadium in Annapolis the evening of Thursday, September 27th. Join us as we honor award winners and celebrate Maryland architects and architecture students. A pre-event tour of the stadium (1 CEU pending) starts at 5:30 pm. CLICK HERE for information and tickets.... Read More
  • Trailblazing Women of Architecture in Maryland

    SPECIAL PRESENTATION - Saturday, August 11th during Downtown Cambridge's Second Saturday festivities. Exhibit and Lecture at the Dorchester Center for the Arts - An Open House reception and a free presentation on early modern Eastern Shore architecture designed by women will be given at the Dorchester Center for the Arts (321 High Street in Cambridge, MD) this Saturday August 11 during Downtown Cambridge’s Second Saturday festivities from 5:00-7:30pm. The Open House also includes lite refreshments, musica... Read More
  • ARE Update

    ARE Update: What Happens on July 1 The Architect Registration Examination (ARE) 4.0 retires in just a few weeks - here's what you should expect if you haven't finished testing by June 30, 2018. Transitioning to ARE 5.0 If you haven’t already transitioned before ARE 4.0 retires, our system will most likely transition you the first time you log in to your NCARB Record and open the Exams tab. Any division credits that you’ve earned will show in your Record based on the ... Read More
  • A Better Maryland – Online Survey open through end of May

    Governor Larry Hogan charged the Maryland Department of Planning with drafting a new state development plan last summer (see ... Read More

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