Visions for Architecture

Visions for Architecture, created in 1998, is the AIA Virginia’s annual Honors and Awards gala.

A fundraising event benefiting The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design, Visions celebrates the achievements of those whose work makes especially strong contributions to society and honors the recipients of the AIA Virginia’s Honors Awards and the Awards for Excellence in Architecture.

The 2016 Visions for Architecture gala will be held Friday, Nov. 4, at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Tickets may be purchased online>> before Oct. 28, 2016.

Champion ticket — $600
Supporter ticket — $400
Individual ticket — $200
AIA Virginia Associate Architect Member Ticket — $100

Sponsorship Opportunities
Underwriter — $10,000 (includes a table for eight and acknowledgement in the program)
Benefactor — $6,000 (includes a table for eight and acknowledgement in the program)
Patron — $3,500 (includes a table for eight and acknowledgement in the program)
To become a sponsor, contact Rhea George at (804) 237-1768.

Thank you to our 2016 sponsors:

Commonwealth Architects
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Clark Nexsen
Glavé & Holmes Architecture
Train Architects
Robert A. Steele, AIA and Robbin Steele
Vandeventer Black LLP
Daniel & Company, Inc.
DBI Architects, Inc.
Riverside Brick & Supply, Inc.

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