When: Thursday, July 22 / 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Add to calendar: iCal / Google Calendar

Categorized under: Networking, Professional Development, Special Events

AIA Baltimore Happy Hour

Join us for a night of networking, fellowship, and discussion on the state of equity in the AEC industry at our very first in-person happy hour of 2021!

This event gives members a unique opportunity to mingle and network while being the first to explore our recently opened Baltimore Center for Architecture and Design. The Center for Architecture and Design serves as a high-profile, visible space to showcase the important role of architectural practice and design, and as a dynamic hub to engage professionals, students, and the public. Shared exhibition and gallery spaces, classrooms, and event spaces will offer engaging new programming on architecture, urban design, neighborhood history, historic architecture and new design projects, and the role of design in shaping the city’s future. Learn More

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Sponsor This Unique Event!

Major sponsor ($500): Company logo on website and marketing materials. Recognition at event and 2 tickets for company representatives.

Encore Sustainable Architects

3-Form

Sponsor ($250): Company name included on website and marketing materials. Recognition at event, and 1 ticket for company representative.

Schluter Systems
Hillis Carnes Engineering Associates

For more information on how to sponsor this event, please contact Margaret Stella Melikian, Programs, Publications, & Research Manager at: membership@aiabalt.com


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