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Summer Solstice Sequence '04

June 24-26, 2004
At various Seattle-area locations, times varying (see below)
Proceeds benefit the AIA Seattle Fund for Diversity at UW CAUP

. Caring and sharing in a season of plenty
. Creating a widening circle of relationships
. Celebrating inspirational achievements and mentoring
. Completing the campaign to endow the AIA Seattle Fund for Diversity at UW CAUP

The AIA Seattle Diversity Roundtable and co-hosts (at right) invite all to join the 7th Annual Summer Solstice Sequence.
Ethnic regalia welcome at all events.

Again this year, proceeds benefit the Roundtable's program to support students from diverse backgrounds at the University of Washington College of Architecture and Urban Planning – targeting completion of the endowment campaign for a second student scholarship, the AIA Seattle Fund for Diversity. (In 1998, the Roundtable endowed the Denice Hunt K-12 Internship, honoring Diversity Roundtable founding member Denice Johnson Hunt AIA, the first woman of African American heritage to serve as President of an AIA component.)

Sequence of Events:
• Th 6/24, 5-7pm @ 106 Lenora, Seattle:
June 'teenth Festival at DKA
with music and feasting

• Fr 6/25, noon Fellows Series luncheon:
Dr. Sharon E. Sutton FAIA
including a silent auction of two pieces of her art work, proceeds to benefit the Fund

• Fr 6/25, 5-7pm @ 185 University, Seattle:
Celebrating
Mel Streeter AIA, recipient of the AIA Seattle 2004 Community Service Award, at Streeter & Associates
… Also including a presentation by Denice Hunt K-12 Intern 2003-04 Yamani Hernandez of her project, "In A Girl's World"
… and congratulations to Grace Kim AIA, recipient of the AIA 2004 Emerging Professionals Mentorship Award

• Sat 6/26, 6pm @ Grand Hyatt Seattle:
AIA Seattle Honors Gala

TAKE YOUR PLACE IN THE SEQUENCE: reserve/contribute

This year, AIA national President-elect Douglas Steidl FAIA will join local celebrants in the joyful and mindful observance. He offers this observation and encouragement to Solstice celebrants: "Diversity within the practice of architecture is critical to our long-term relevance. And with the only way to access this profession being through accredited schools, scholarship programs for diversity are absolutely critical to our future. Please keep up the good work."

References:
* Report: Summer Solstice 6/20/03
* Report: Summer Solstice 6/26/02
* Report: Summer Solstice 6/22/01

TAKE YOUR PLACE IN THE SEQUENCE!

We thank benefactors & co-hosts:
* DKA
* MulvannyG2

* Streeter & Associates
* Dr. Sharon E. Sutton FAIA

Celebrants:
· Steven Arai AIA & Linda
· Nancy Callery AIA & Darrell Bowling
· William H. Kreager FAIA & Kathie
· Clarence Kwan AIA & Darryl Dieter

· Douglas Steidl FAIA & Sue Steidl

In the sequence:
John Alving, Charles Arnold & Kathleen Kelley,AWA Seattle, Kenneth Bounds, Nancy Callery AIA & Darrell Bowling, Kenneth Bunting, Frank & Sarah Carrol, Cardwell Architects, Conti Studio Architects, Michael & Helene Dowd, George & Augustine Fleming, David Fukui AIA, Charles & Jean Gibbs, Regina Glenn, Green & Yalowitz, Alf & Harriet Guldahl, Brenda Hatcher, Hughes Studio Architects, Stanley Jaffe, Indra Mohan Jain AIA, Victoria Kaplan, Kathleen Kelley, James Kressbach AIA, Michael Luiten, Ronald E. Martinson PE, Robert Nixon FAIA, George & Cynthia Pierce, Rico Quirindongo, R.C.T. Engineering, Joanne Reese, Virginia Revere, Marga Rose Hancock Hon. AIA, Robert & Charity Small, Myra Smith, George Staggers, Alec Sephens, Norman Strong FAIA, Diane Sugimura, Lori Lavel Weston, Bob Wicklein, Bonnie Williamson, Masatoshi Yamaguchi

Join us!

 

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