Public Interest Design at AIA Convention




The theme of the AIA Convention this year is Design With Purpose. What better way to explore this than with sessions related to Public Interest Design? Consider these session options – all of these are included in the price of admission. And…don’t miss the very first session of the Convention about Community Interface Committee of AIA Chicago!

Feel free to let us know about other related sessions, and your thoughts about any of these, in the comments!

Thursday, June 26, 2014
7:00am, TH109 – Community Interface Committee: A Prototype for a New AIA Knowledge Community About Public Interest Design
4:00pm TH310 Make Social Impact a Reality: Tools for a Rewarding and Resilient Pro Bono Program

Friday, June 27, 2014
7:00am FR101 From Baby Boomers to Gen Y: An Examination of Housing for Multi-Generational Families
2:00pm FR201 Design, Community Development, and Improving the Life Chances of Low-income People
2:00pm FR209 Women in Architecture Changing Communities
4:00pm FR311 State of the Practice: Comparative Community-based Assistance Programs
6:00pm FR401 Thinking Beyond the Building: Aging-in-Place and Lifelong Communities

Saturday, June 28, 2014
8:30am SA208 Committed to Community




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One Response to Public Interest Design at AIA Convention

  1. Drew Roskos says:

    Thanks for posting, Noot!

    Here are two events that I thought would be of interest:
    Wednesday, June 25th
    7:00PM EV106 Architects in Advocacy and Public Service Reception
    Thursday, June 26th
    6:00PM TH406 Integrated Infrastructure Design That Adapts to Evolving Challenges

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