The deadline to submit your presentation proposal for Architecture Exchange East has been extended until April 30, 2018.
This year’s conference will be held Nov. 7–9, 2018, in Richmond, Virginia, and will bring together an audience of more than 1,000 architects and allied professionals over the course of the three-day event.
Our goal is to bring together the brightest minds and most engaging speakers to present talks that are future-focused on a wide range of subjects — and to provoke important conversations between design professionals.
Your talk could range from a one-hour session to a full-day workshop. We don’t want to box you into a particular format. We’re encouraging creative approaches to content delivery, including panel discussions, tours, and guided collaborative conversations.
To propose a seminar, workshop, or tour, complete the Presentation Proposal Form by April 30, 2018. Your proposal will be reviewed and you will be contacted by July 2018.
The Society’s annual convention, Architecture Exchange East, is the mid-Atlantic’s premier educational event and expo for the design and construction industry. Celebrating its 26th year, ArchEx is now accepting proposals for presentations at the conference which will take place Nov. 6-8, 2013, at the Greater Richmond Convention Center, in Richmond. Va.
ArchEx will offer more than 70 engaging seminars and workshops, allowing attendees to earn as many as 18 AIA/CES learning units . These sessions, along with tours, the ArchEx Exhibit Hall, and a keynote address, will inspire and challenge the audience of architects, engineers, contractors, interior designers, planners, industry leaders, and students.
Conference attendees tell us they want new and advanced content — the latest developments in the industry. Specific, focused seminars should be proposed, in one of these formats:
- Three- or six-hour workshops, offered on Wednesday, Nov. 6.
- 90-minute or three-hour seminar presentations to be offered on Thursday, Nov. 7 and Friday, Nov. 8.
- Tours (duration variable), to include projects in progress, recently completed projects, historical interest, etc.
Read an overview of the program selection process and a list of suggested topics. Propose an offering you think is relevant and timely, or pick something from the list. To propose an offering, complete and submit the Presentation Proposal Form by April 30, 2013. Your proposal will be reviewed and you will be contacted by June 2013. Incomplete forms may not be accepted.