What’s Ahead in 2020
AIA Virginia President, Beth Reader, FAIA, shares her vision for 2020.
Steven Holl Headlines March Design Forum
Holl headlines an incredible line up of internationally-recognized speakers who will explore light, shadow, and materiality at the Design Forum in Richmond on March 27-28, 2020. Registration is now open>>
2020 Political Outlook in Virginia
Politically, it is a new day in Virginia. What once seemed to be a doomed Democratic party is now in control of both the legislative and executive branches of government
Class of 2020
Meet the 16 members of the 2020 Emerging Leaders in Architecture program.
Inform is Coming
We’re inching closer to the launch of Inform Magazine. Learn how you can become a contributor, advertiser, and pitch story ideas.
The Virginia Fellows Fete will be Saturday, March 28, 2020 in Richmond following the Design Forum. Stay tuned for more details.
Interested in Architecture Tours?
We’ve received some great suggestions for multi-day architectural tours that offer the opportunity to earn learning units while exploring interesting and significant sites — like the Jefferson Pools Renovation and Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail. We think they sound exciting, but we want to make sure you do too before exploring them further! Let us know what you think.
Remembering Wayne Conners
Congratulations to the following member for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
Are you interested in the creation of a National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) chapter in Virginia?
At the Last Board Meeting
Read about decisions made, and items discussed at the last meeting of the AIA Virginia Board of Directors.
Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
Virginia Values Veterans
AIA Virginia has partnered with Virginia’s Department of Veterans Services to Support those in Architecture School who have served in the Armed Forces. See how you can help.
Virginia By Design Awards
The 2020 nomination deadline has been extended to Jan. 31st.
Meet the Fellows
Which Virginia Fellow enjoys working with like-minded professionals who volunteer their time and talent to promote the future of the profession?
2020 AIA Virginia Dues
Important news about your 2020 AIA Virginia membership dues.
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
Dues Installment Plan
Need more time to pay your 2020 AIA dues? Installment plans are available.