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    2016 AIA National CACE Meeting Report

    by Kimberly Anderson, Hon. AIACC, Executive Director Enjoying the Kentucky Derby Museum with California AIA colleagues from the Redwood Empire, San Diego, Orange County, Santa Clara Valley and San...
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    Discovering Nature’s Genius in Sacramento

    Biomimicry & Biophilic Design Event – Inspiration from Nature Turn your observations of nature into creative solutions for human challenges. Elevate your ability to discover natures genius and use...
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    Promoting Architecture: Experience Architecture is a Great Tool!

    By Kay Ferrier, Public Member, AIA Central Valley Board of Directors The Chapter’s Experience Architecture Event needs architects! Get those ambassador skills on, and invite, promote, and gather new...
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    Need ADA Credits?

    AIA Central Valley is offering two ADA classes in 2016. Attendees will receive the required 5 ADA credits to meet their California licensing requirement by attending either class. AIA...
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    Welcome Tinn Lee, Administrative & Events Coordinator

    We are excited to welcome Tinn to the Chapter! Tinn has a BS degree in Interior Design (CIDA Accredited), with a minor in Art from North Dakota State University...
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    AIA SpeakUp! Conference in Washington, DC

     AIA Central Valley Advocacy Director Michael Novak, AIA recently attended SpeakUp! on behalf of the Chapter. The conference was held over three days and is designed to help AIA...

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  • Go Big or Go Home! The Future of Architecture August 30, 2016
    The AIA California Council Board of Directors is Big. In fact, we have the largest AIA Board in the country at 59 strong. The number is derived from proportional representation that reflects the AIA’s largest component with 11,000 members. … The post Go Big or Go Home! The Future of Architecture appeared first on AIACC.
  • Architect-in-Training Bill Passes the State Assembly August 24, 2016
    The AIACC-sponsored bill to allow those who are on path to becoming licensed architects to use the title “Architect-in-Training” is one step closer to being sent to the Governor for his consideration. SB 1132 (Galgiani) passed the State Assembly on … The post Architect-in-Training Bill Passes the State Assembly appeared first on AIACC.
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2016 AIACC RESIDENTIAL AWARDS ANNOUNCED California Architects Honored with Prestigious State Awards Program Sacramento, Calif.—American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC), proudly announces this year’s Residential Design Award Recipients—four living spaces with programs equally as different and … The post 2016 AIACC RESIDENTIAL AWARDS ANNOUNCED appeared first on AIACC.