2012 Baltimore Architecture Month

When:
September 6, 2012 – November 2, 2012 all-day
2012-09-06T04:00:00+00:00
2012-11-02T04:00:00+00:00

2012 Baltimore Architecture Month
September 6 – November 1

Baltimore Architecture Month includes 18 events that celebrate Baltimore’s built environment and foster public appreciation for architects’ role in shaping our communities and our lives.  Event details can be found at www.aiabalt.com/bam and on AIABaltimore’s google calendar.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6:

   Penza Bailey Architects 30th Anniversary Exhibit Opening Reception

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6:

   Baltimore Photographs

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15:

   Baltimore Architecture Walkabout

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27:

   Knitting Together: Barclay/Midway/Old Goucher Redevelopment Project    

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29:

   From Dollar Houses to Vacants to Value Strategies: 40 Years of Reinvention

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2:

   AIABaltimore Travel Scholarship Presentations

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3:

   Trends in Urban Public School Design

MONDAY, OCTOBER 8:

   Creating an American Architecture: The Federal and Early Republic Period, 1783–1820

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10:

   DC Rising

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14:

   Baltimore by Bike: Jewish Landmarks in Northwest Baltimore

MONDAY, OCTOBER 15:

   Celebrating Creativity in the Details 

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17-18:

   NeoCon East 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17:

   Baltimore Architects Speak:  An Architect –Your Best Investment   

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19:

   Excellence in Design Awards Celebration

MONDAY, OCTOBER 22:

   The Enduring Appeal of the Federal Style: Classical Tradition for the Way We Live Now

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23:

   Getting to Zero: Sustainability and Carbon Neutral Building

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27:

   Photo Walk and Tour of Jewish Landmarks on the West Side of Downtown

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1:

   Alexander Garvin, Hon. FAIA: Urban Revitalization

 

ABOUT: The Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIABaltimore) presents Baltimore Architecture Month: a series of eighteen events that celebrate Baltimore’s built environment and architectural heritage. This series began many years ago as a single “Architecture Week” but participation from local organizations and talented architects have expanded it to include over eight weeks of tours, lectures and seminars. There is something for everyone: discover historic places and envision the future of our neighborhoods. Event details can be found at www.aiabalt.com/bam.