The Architecture of Victorine Du Pont Homsey in Maryland

North End Elementary School

During the month of April, the “Early Women of Architecture in Maryland” exhibit will be on display in the Greenbelt Community Center (15 Crescent Rd, Greenbelt, MD 20770). A free talk on one of the women in the exhibit: Victorine Du Pont Homsey, FAIA (1900-1998) will be presented on Thursday evening, April 20, in Room 201 of the Community Center starting at 7:30pm. continue reading

Our Commitment to a Better Future for the Communities We Serve

Following last week’s election results, AIA National released a statement indicating AIA’s readiness to work with the new administration on relevant issues. The statement drew strong criticism from AIA members nationally, inspiring dialogue about the values of the AIA and the role of architects as advocates in our profession, our communities and our nation. continue reading

Open Letter to Robert Ivy

We pen our voices in unison with others who are beyond disappointed with the perceived collective support the AIA has announced this week for the President-Elect and the newly elected Congress. There is much harm in turning a blind eye to human rights issues, and in the permission granted by an elite few to normalize a discourse of hate in this country. continue reading