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Check Out Clemson Architecture’s Solar Decathlon Team!

You can contribute to their cause HERE!


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Tuesday,

April 21st

stayclassy

Join us for drinks at

YAF HAPPY HOUR

@ Bourbon

1214 Main Street
Columbia, SC 29201

Be there after work (around 6-ish)

We look forward to seeing you there!

ALL are welcome at YAF meetings, tours and events, regardless of age/years licensure

Check us out on Linkedin! 

Search for YAF – AIA Greater Columbia!

Kaplan ARE Study Materials are available on a loan basis through the AIAGC – contact wbertani@quackenbusharchitects.com for more information!


NEED IDP CORE HOURS?

THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO EARN LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE HOURS!

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Greater Columbia Section would like to invite all interested members to volunteer in this year’s Kids in Architecture Day. This event is sponsored by the AIA Greater Columbia Section with the EdVenture Children’s Museum.

AIAGC’s Annual Kids in Architecture Day

Saturday, April 18th 10:00am – 2:00pm

@ EdVenture Children’s Museum
211 Gervais St.
Columbia, SC 29201

Please RSVP your volunteer hours to Ashley Colquhoun today!

This year’s Kids in Architecture Day will allow students to experience the architect’s collaborative design process. This program is designed to:

  • Introduce students to the process of architectural design
    • Explore the relationship between architectural design and art
    • Create an awareness of the artistic and built environment
    • Enhance communication skills

These program goals will be achieved through the design and construction of a Rube Goldberg machine. In this activity, students will work together and learn that there is more than one creative solution to any problem. Through the successful design of their machines, students will discover that the beauty in any design can be found in how it accomplishes its goal. After the students complete their projects, we will tour the museum’s collection of art and evaluate the unique ways in which various artists accomplish their diverse design goals.

The event will be held on Saturday, April 18th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the EdVenture Children’s Museum. The exercises will be facilitated by architects from around the Columbia area. All materials will be provided by the Museum of Art, a pizza lunch will be included and the event is completely free. Space, however, is limited.


 Check Out Clemson Architecture’s Solar Decathlon Team!

You can contribute to their cause HERE!

 


 

 

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Tuesday,

March 24th

Escape the Madness!

Join us for drinks at

YAF HAPPY HOUR

@ Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom

802 Gervais Street
Columbia, SC 29201

Be there after work (around 6-ish)

We look forward to seeing you there!

ALL are welcome at YAF meetings, tours and events, regardless of age/years licensure

Check us out on Linkedin! 

Search for YAF – AIA Greater Columbia!

Kaplan ARE Study Materials are available on a loan basis through the AIAGC – contact wbertani@quackenbusharchitects.com for more information!


CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS!

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Greater Columbia Section would like to invite all interested members to volunteer in this year’s Kids in Architecture Day. This event is sponsored by the AIA Greater Columbia Section with the EdVenture Children’s Museum.

AIAGC’s Annual Kids in Architecture Day

Saturday, April 18th 10:00am – 2:00pm

@ EdVenture Children’s Museum
211 Gervais St.
Columbia, SC 29201

Please RSVP your volunteer hours to Ashley Colquhoun today!

This year’s Kids in Architecture Day will allow students to experience the architect’s collaborative design process. This program is designed to:

  • Introduce students to the process of architectural design
    • Explore the relationship between architectural design and art
    • Create an awareness of the artistic and built environment
    • Enhance communication skills

These program goals will be achieved through the design and construction of a Rube Goldberg machine. In this activity, students will work together and learn that there is more than one creative solution to any problem. Through the successful design of their machines, students will discover that the beauty in any design can be found in how it accomplishes its goal. After the students complete their projects, we will tour the museum’s collection of art and evaluate the unique ways in which various artists accomplish their diverse design goals.

The event will be held on Saturday, April 18th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the EdVenture Children’s Museum. The exercises will be facilitated by architects from around the Columbia area. All materials will be provided by the Museum of Art, a pizza lunch will be included and the event is completely free. Space, however, is limited.


 Check Out Clemson Architecture’s Solar Decathlon Team!

You can contribute to their cause HERE!


 

 

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Upcoming Continuing Education Opportunities:

RSVP deadline extended to

Tomorrow (February 24)

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 snow storm

Close Everything @ 6:00pm

Tuesday,

February 24th

and warm up at the

YAF HAPPY HOUR

@ Flying Saucer

931 Senate Street
Columbia, SC 29201

Be there after work (around 6-ish)

We look forward to seeing you there!

ALL are welcome at YAF meetings, tours and events, regardless of age/years licensure

Check us out on Linkedin! 

Search for YAF – AIA Greater Columbia!

Kaplan ARE Study Materials are available on a loan basis through the AIAGC – contact wbertani@quackenbusharchitects.com for more information!


2015 brick awards

2015 Brick in Architecture Awards Announces Call-For-Entries 
Get the national recognition you deserve for your breakthrough projects

The Brick Industry Association is pleased to announce a call-for-entries for the 2015 Brick in Architecture Awards (view full press release), and we cordially invite you to submit your best work to the competition! As the largest and most prestigious juried awards program of its kind, the Brick in Architecture Awards showcase the best work in clay face and paving brick from architects across the country in the following categories:

Commercial (Under $10 Million)
Commercial (Over $10 Million)
Education – K-12
Education – Colleges & Universities (Higher Education)*
Health Care Facilities
Municipal / Government
Houses of Worship
Residential – Single Family
Residential – Multi-Family
Renovation (Additions)** / Restoration (Restoring)
Paving & Landscape Projects

* Includes residence halls & academic/administrative buildings

**Additions must use at least 50 percent new clay brick products on the building. Restoration must include at least 50% new clay brick products, which must be new clay brick placed in the wall.

Best in Class winners will receive national recognition through a special Brick in Architecture insert in the December 2015 issue of Architect  magazine! Other winners will be listed in the insert as well as in Brick News Online. All entrants will be featured on BIA’s online Brick Photo Gallery.

The 2015 awards competition will be conducted entirely online. For complete information on eligibility, submission requirements, and judging, visit www.gobrick.com/ArchitectureAwards.

To start your entry, visit www.gobrick.com/ArchitectureAwards.
Deadline for submission of all entries is April 30, 2015.

Brick makes a lasting statement — and winning this award could solidify your name in architecture. Log on today and submit your entry to the 2015 Brick in Architecture Awards!

If you have any questions, please contact Tricia Mauer at tmauer@bia.org or 703-674-1539.

 

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