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2017 Baltimore’s Great Architecture Lectures – Slave Cabins Seen Through a Hollywood Lens

1 AIA/CES LU available. Since Hollywood’s earliest films, rare cinematic depictions of slave dwellings have provided an image of slave habitations for many Americans. continue reading

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Designing the Parkway

Learn about the design of the 2017 AIABaltimore Excellence in Design Awards Grand Design Award winning project, SNF Parkway continue reading

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2017 Baltimore’s Great Architecture Lectures – Home Life Spaces of the Enslaved at Homewood

1 AIA/CES LU available. Ongoing research investigating the lives of the enslaved people at Homewood in the early nineteenth century reveals that men, women, and children inhabited unexpected spaces. continue reading

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Welcome to New Members of AIABaltimore

AIABaltimore welcomes the following new members that joined in June 2014 Saadiah Angster, Assoc. AIA Brittney L. Everett, Assoc. AIA Mary J. Moorhead, Assoc. AIA Mr. Matthew A. Rouse, Assoc.… continue reading

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2017 AIABaltimore Membership Renewal

The 2016 membership year is approaching and we invite you to renew your AIABaltimore Membership as soon as possible. This is an opportunity to update all contact information for inclusion in the 2016-17 Membership Directory. For all members, the deadline for renewal and inclusion in the printed directory is March 4. continue reading

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2016 Bylaws Revisions

The proposed AIABaltimore Bylaws amendments reflect several categories of revisions: policy and nomenclature changes made by AIA National and AIA Maryland in the intervening years, revisions needed to bring our Bylaws up to date with our Chapter’s current procedures and practices, and changes to enhance representation of our Emerging Professionals, and to create greater transparency and participation among AIA membership at large. continue reading

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