Covering topics such as: Business Planning, Developing, Marketing and Financial Management
In this 3-part Small Firm Workshop Series, Rena M. Klein and her colleagues at Charrette Venture Group will offer foundational knowledge, strategies, tools and resources for successful small firm management. Ideal for small firm architects and owners, these highly interactive half-day sessions will include informative presentations, case study examples, workshop activities and ample time for peer-to-peer discussion.
AIA Seattle strives for diversity in leadership. We strongly encourage the nomination of women, people of color, people with disabilities, and veterans.
Your nominations are critical to our chapter’s ability to recognize and encourage design leadership across the breadth of our profession. Consider nominating one or more of your peers for a local award, the College of Fellows, or for the AIA Seattle Board of Directors. AIA Seattle enthusiastically welcomes nominations for these awards and honors through Monday, February 19.
Meet fellow members and Robin at her Mt Baker home – a work of art itself. Mithun’s Elizabeth MacPherson will also be on hand to discuss how she and Robin have worked together to incorporate Robin’s artwork into architectural projects. Drinks and light snacks will be provided.
Member Access events will offer unique opportunities for members to network, learn new skills, celebrate partnerships, and enjoy being an AIA member. Look for Member Access events throughout the year, and register quickly, as they will have limited availability. Join us for our first one with artist Robin Layton, who has expanded the boundaries of traditional photography; combining her images and videos with large scale vintage found objects to create highly sought art pieces, installations, wall coverings, and high end custom made rugs.
Join us for these NCARB presentations to gain insight into the licensure process for both those seeking licensure, or supervisors who are help guide them.
In NCARB & You, March 7th, a representative from NCARB will present on a range of licensure topics relevant to students, aspiring architects, supervisors, architects, and people in the architecture profession reviewing steps necessary to achieve licensure and other programs to get the most out of your career in architecture.
Also, for Part 2 March 8th, HSW: Supervising With Impact an NCARB representative will present on topics relevant to AXP supervisors and mentors to help guide those seeking licensure.
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