December @ the AIA

See What's New This Month

By AIA Pittsburgh Posted on December 3, 2017

The holiday season is upon us, and AIA Pittsburgh is kicking it off with our President’s Holiday Party & Annual Meeting on December 7th from 6-9pm at the new AIA Pittsburgh offices in the Ewart Building at 925 Liberty Avenue.  If you have not seen the new offices yet make sure to make it to this event to check them out!

Build Pittsburgh 2018 Brainstorming Session

December 6 – 11:30-1:30 p.m. – AIA Pittsburgh 925 Liberty Ave, Suite 700

Open call for members and partners of AIA Pittsburgh: Share your ideas and needs with the group without any further commitment. We want to be sure we are prepared to meet our members’ needs.

RSVP to Rachael Kelley.

President’s Holiday Party & Annual Meeting

December 7 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us for the 2017 President’s Holiday Party and Annual Meeting and check out our new office! You will not want to miss congratulating this year’s newly registered architects, welcoming the new AIA Pittsburgh President, and celebrating the holidays with your friends and colleagues.

If you are or you know a newly registered architect please contact info@aiapgh.org. Architects registered in 2017 will receive complimentary admission.

Review the Bylaw Change Notice: Posted November 3, 2017. AIA Pittsburgh membership will vote on this change during the annual meeting.

EX-CHANGE: WITH AARON BETSKY AND TREY TRAHAN

Sunday, December 10th from 1:00 – 5:00 pm

CMU School of Architecture Lecture Series: A Discussion Sparked by the Work of Our Studios with Alan H. Rider Visiting Critic and Distinguished Lecturers Aaron Betsky and Trey Trahan.

Support Our Young Leaders

AIA Pittsburgh’s Foundation for Architecture Requests Donations

AIA Pittsburgh’s Foundation for Architecture provides leadership development for architects and emerging architectural professionals.

It is through the generosity of our members, partners, and community that we are able to provide such programs and opportunities. We are fortunate to have a dedicated and strong community of design professionals and partners that generously encourage our young leaders. A donation to the Foundation is an investment in the future of the profession in the Pittsburgh region.

AIA Pittsburgh’s Foundation for Architecture is a 501(c)3, a charitable organization. Donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible and can be made by clicking here.

AIA Pittsburgh Offices Closed

AIA Pittsburgh offices will be closed from December 22- January 1.

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