Programs & Events

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Future Architects Resources (FAR)/Kids-in-Design Committee Meeting

Future Architects Resources (FAR)/Kids-in-Design Committee, serves as a vehicle for collaboration among professionals and educators towards the education of young citizens on matters affecting the built environment. The committee is dedicated to increasing exposure among local elementary and middle school-aged students to design education and career opportunities in Architecture and Design. Contact a committee chair […]

Inner Harbor 2024: A City Planning Conversation

Wednesday May 8, 2024 6:00 - 8:00 PM Inner Harbor Renaissance Hotel Ballroom TBD 202 E. Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202 FREE Public Event   About this Event: AIA Baltimore’s Urban Design Committee invites the public to a free moderated panel on May 8, 2024. In a moderated discussion, panelists will represent the disciplines of Architecture/Urban […]

Estuary Urbanism: An Interdisciplinary Symposium

Friday, May 10, 2024 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM The Center for Architecture and Design 100 West Fayette St. Suite P-101 Baltimore, MD 21201 FREE    About this Event: In the fall of 1985, an interdisciplinary panel sponsored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the U.S. […]

Achieving Registration Together: ARE 5.0 Study Session – Project AND Practice Management

Preparing for the AREs? You are not alone! Register here to join AIA Baltimore's Emerging Professionals for ARE 5.0 study sessions. This session will be hybrid, offering virtual and in-person attendance options. AIA Baltimore’s Emerging Professionals Committee is excited to offer the Achieving Registration Together (A.R.T.) program, a preparation series for the Architecture Registration Exam […]

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Emerging Professionals Committee Meeting

The AIA Baltimore Emerging Professionals Committee is a social and professional network of building-industry professionals.  We are geared toward recent graduates, Architectural Experience Program (AXP) participants, young architects, and designers. We have monthly committee meetings and host a variety of events including tours, happy hours, and educational programs. To join this committee, please contact co-chairs: […]

MD Rehabilitation Code and IEBC Training

Scan the QR code in the flyer below or visit this link to sign up. AIA CES 1.5 LU|HSW approved for live viewers. Scan the QR code in the flyer above or visit this link to sign up. There is no charge for this training.

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Practice Management Committee Meeting

The AIA Baltimore Practice Management Committee seeks to encourage open discourse among AIA Baltimore architects, allied members, and other professional organizations to advance member understanding of practice-related issues. These include business, ethics, construction law, taxes, human resources, marketing, and technology. In addition, the Practice Management Committee assists in organizing the annual AIA/BAF Annual Meeting. To […]

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Historic Resources Committee (HRC) Committee Meeting

The Historic Resources Committee organizes events that promote the knowledge and appreciation of the restoration and adaptive use of Baltimore’s historic buildings and neighborhoods. To join this committee, please contact co-chairs: Ward Bucher, AIA, Encore Sustainable Architects ward@encoresustainablearchitects.com Patrick O’Brien, BECS (Building Envelope Consultants and Scientists) patrick.obrien@becsmd.com

Spring Garden Party: The English Garden City Movement and its Influence in Baltimore

Register here to join AIA Baltimore's Historic Resources Committee for a spring garden party!   The Historic Resources Committee will be hosting Charlie Duff for a discussion of the English Garden Cities movement and how it influenced development in Baltimore.  This event will be held as a Garden Party in a prime example of this […]

Cross Keys Redevelopment Tour

Since James Rouse opened it in 1965, The Village of Cross Keys has remained a premier gathering place with boutique shops, eateries, and a variety of local businesses. Register here to join the Baltimore Architecture Foundation for a tour of the newly revitalized areas of this historic "see and be seen" meeting spot for people […]

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Urban Design Committee Meeting

The Urban Design Committee aims to improve the quality of the urban realm by promoting excellence in design, planning, and public policy in the built environment. This will be achieved through public outreach, in concert with allied community and professional groups. UDC meets every 4th Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Contact the committee chair for information […]