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 AIA Convention 2015

  • Date: May 14-16
  • City: Atlanta
  • Location: Georgia World Congress Center

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AIA Convention 2016

  • Date: May 19-21
  • City: Philadelphia
  • Location: Pennsylvania Convention Center

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AIA Convention 2015

  • Date: May 14-16, 2015
  • Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Have it all in Atlanta!

Don’t miss AIA Convention 2015, one of the biggest architecture and design events of the year. Visionary keynotes, inspiring seminars, insider tours, and a dynamic expo floor-it all comes together for an experience that will supercharge your year.




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Ten different options include a one-day pass, an expo-only pass, and full registration. Check out special pricing for young professionals, students and new members

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Upcoming Events

AIA Women's Leadership Summit 2015

  • Date: September 17-19
  • Seattle, Washington
The AIA Women’s Leadership Summit 2015 is a 2-day conference for women in positions of leadership. The Summit will focus on supporting women in leadership by providing a forum to recognize, inform, and champion the work being created by women in architecture.


2015 COD International Conference:  Norway

  • Date: June 21-30, 2015
  • Norway
We will visit three cities - Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger - as well as rural places and projects in between. We will get an historical prospective by visiting a few key structures - a traditional wood farm village, a Stave Church and a Viking Ship for instance. We will then visit new projects, with their architects, to learn how the evolving culture is influencing today’s architecture and design.

2015 State Government Network (SGN) Meeting

  • Date: June 24-26, 2015
  • Jackson Hole, Wyoming 
Come celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the State Government Network (SGN)!  SGN representatives will gather to discuss important advocacy issues facing state components and their members as well as to celebrate the Silver Anniversary of the Network.    The 2015 SGN Meeting will focus on policy issues that relate to the practice and business of architecture.    Attendees will have the opportunity to learn best practices and new ideas to protect and advance the profession and participate in some memorable activities in scenic Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Plan a Green Meeting

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The time for talk is over

Green design should be a goal for everyone to leave a greener footprint for future generations, starting today. That's what our Walk the Walk campaign is all about.

Join the AIA's Walk the Walk Sustainability Initiative

AIA Community Service/Legacy Program

The AIA Legacy Events program was developed to promote sustainability and a legacy in the cities we visit. The AIA and American Institute of Architecture Students are working jointly to promote team-building and a dedication to leave a city better than it was before we arrived. Through volunteer activities we hope to create a lasting memory for architects, architectural students, and the general public.

View the first issue of the AIA Legacy Event Newsletter

Green Meeting Tips

Before you throw your jack-o-lanterns and decorative gourds in the trash can, consider this frightful fact: the seeds from pumpkins germinate in landfills and the pumpkin vines create significant problems when composting trash. Instead, consider more environmentally friendly alternatives for recycling your Halloween and autumn decor: Chop up your pumpkin and burry it in your garden. Pumpkins are biodegradable and easily break down in the Earth's soil; Compost the pumpkin. Pumpkins can do wonders for soil, but make sure to remove the seeds before sending it to the compost; Recycle it as a plant potter. Arrange flowers and other greenery in the top of your pumpkin to use as table decor; Discard it in a forest or woodsy area. Insects and animals, like squirrels and deer, will naturally break the pumpkin down by making a snack of it.

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