Category Archives: CIC Events

February 28: Community Interface Committee Quarterly Planning Meeting

Are you interested in strengthening the link between architects and the greater community? Join the Community Interface Committee for our next planning meeting. We’ll get together to discuss the next steps outlining programming for our 2018 theme, Neighborhood Diversity. We … Continue reading

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Architects in Schools Training Session – TOMORROW

Interested in teaching middle school students about architecture and design? Become a mentor in the AIA Chicago Foundation’s Architects in Schools (AIS) program. AIS is an initiative that brings architecture professionals into classrooms to introduce middle school students to the … Continue reading

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Architects in School at Cameron Elementary talk about Lesson 4

Cameron Elementary students share their thoughts on the process of collaboration and exchanging thoughts as a group.  Lesson 4 of the Architects in Schools program introduces the concepts of scale, programming, and teamwork. 1.What did you like/dislike about the lesson? … Continue reading

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NEED A COUPLE MORE: Give back with CIC! Volunteer Opportunity at Inspiration Cafe

Are you looking for a way to get involved in your community and make a direct impact on the lives of those around you? Come volunteer at Inspiration Cafe with the Community Interface Committee on Thursday, October 26! Inspiration Cafe provides restaurant-style meals … Continue reading

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TONIGHT: Tour Lakeview Pantry with Wheeler Kearns!

The Community Interface Committee will be touring Lakeview Pantry, winner of the 2017 Richard H. Driehaus Award for Architectural Excellence, with Wheeler Kearns this evening. If you are free, we invite you to join us to learn more about this transformative … Continue reading

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June 7: Community Interface Committee Meeting

Are you interested in strengthening the link between architects and the greater community? Join the Community Interface Committee for our next planning meeting Wednesday, June 7 at 6pm at AIA Chicago. We’ll provide an update and plot next steps for … Continue reading

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March 11: Tour Habitat for Humanity’s West Pullman Development

AIA Chicago’s Community Interface Committee is teaming up with Habitat for Humanity Chicago to host a tour of HFH’s community development efforts in West Pullman on Saturday, March 11. The tour will highlight the West Pullman neighborhood’s assets and initiatives and … Continue reading

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March 8: Community Interface Committee Meeting

Join us March 8 at 6pm at AIA Chicago for the next Community Interface Committee Planning Meeting! We will be discussing the expansion of our Architects In Schools initiative to Whittier Elementary and recruiting volunteers for the spring program. We will also investigate events and outreach … Continue reading

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CIC Planning Meeting – Wed., Nov. 30, 6pm

The Community Interface Committee will host its next planning meeting Wednesday, November 30 at 6pm at AIA Chicago. If you’re passionate about architects’ involvement in the greater community, join us to review potential events and ideas for 2017. We will discuss the … Continue reading

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CIC Planning Meeting – Sept. 7, 6pm

Do you believe that design can improve the lives of individuals and communities? Are you interested in discussing pressing issues facing our city and planning events to raise awareness of these issues among design practitioners and the greater population? Are you … Continue reading

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