The days are getting shorter, but AIA Pittsburgh is finding ways to fit more into them! September is full of events all around town, particularly the unveiling of the Design Pittsburgh 2014 exhibit! Design submissions will be available to view via the online digital exhibit in the next few weeks, with the physical exhibit making its debut at the Cultural District’s Gallery Crawl on September 26th! An autumn evening spent Downtown, taking in art and design… you won’t want to miss it!
AIA Pittsburgh’s Industry Resource Directory – The Industry Resource Directory underwent a navigation and design makeover for 2014. Check out the new features and help us welcome the new and returning members from August. New and returning Industry Partner Members are CLEAResult, Mazza Design Solutions, LLC, Harchuck Construction, and Barber & Hoffman.
September 8 – DesignPgh14 YASC Submissions due.
September 8 – Submissions due for “Along the Rivers”, a juried photography exhibition.
September 9 – Managing Legal Issues on Sustainable Projects: Listen to sustainability experts during this free webinar from AIA National and earn 1 AIA HSW LU.
September 10 – AIA Pittsburgh’s Annual Membership meeting: Join AIA Pittsburgh for the Annual Meeting, held this year at Wigle Whiskey’s newest location, the Barrelhouse and Whiskey Garden. Learn about chapter updates, proposed bylaw changes, elections of new board members, and delicious craft cocktails. RSVP today!
September 12-13 – AIA Multicultural Summit: Featuring dynamic and engaging sessions, the Summit seeks to promote a cultural change within the profession and its leadership through the celebration of successful architects from diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
September 15 – DesignPgh14 Design Boards due.
September 18 – YAF Steering Meeting
Septmeber 18-20 – CRAN Symposium
September 23 – ARE Review Series – Join YAF for this free intro session to learn more about this monthly series.
September 25 – PechaKucha Vol. 19 Submissions due.
September 26 – View the DesignPgh14 Design Exhibit on The Pittsburgh Cultural District Gallery Crawl. Free and open to the public.