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Just the Facts, Please… JAN | 20 | 2010
Do you have someone in your office that is not an architect? Are they currently an AIA Associate Member? If not, they need to join. AIA Associate Members are very active with monthly programs, a quarterly newsletter, A.R.E. workshops, A.R.E. study groups, and the availability of A.R.E. study materials. Please contact our Membership Coordinator, Charnissa Moore, today for additional information. Also, keep your eyes peeled for an email sharing some membership “mythbusters.”
Upcoming Events
1/21/10 – VDC

1/22/10 – Government Affairs

1/22/10 – AIA AZ Board Meeting

1/22/10 – COTE

1/26/10 – Membership Development

1/26/10 – PMC YAF

1/26/10 – SAC ExCom

1/27/10 – PMC Board Meeting

1/28/10 – PMC Associate Lunch

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Survival 101 Seminar – Small Giants will be presenting the topic “Best in Class Proposals” on Wednesday, January 27, 2010 from 7:30a.m.-10:00a.m. at the AIA Arizona office. Click here for further details.

Joint Association Mixer
– Join AIA Phoenix Metro, Construction Manager Association of America and Arizona Builder’s Alliance for a joint mixer on Thursday, January 21, 2010 from 4pm-6pm at TDIndustries. Click here for details.

Phoenix Metro Associate Lunch
– Thursday, January 28, 2010 at Casey Moore’s (850 S. Ash Avenue) from 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m. RSVP to Charnissa Moore. Cost is $12.

Architect Finder – Still not listed on our Architect Finder? Click here to fill out the paper work.

Dustin Murdock, LEED AP – Once an employee of Richard + Bauer and most recently employed with SmithGroup, Dustin contributed to notable projects such as Arizona State University College of Nursing and Health Innovation Phase 2 and Mesa Community College Nursing and Exercise Science Renovation and Addition.Click here to read more about Dustin’s life.

Grand Canyon Chapter Meeting – On Friday, February 12, 2010, the Grand Canyon Chapter presents Charlie Gohman, Manager, Arizona Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency Office. Mr. Gohman will present on making new and existing buildings more energy efficient. Meet at the Barking Frog restaurant in Sedona at Noon for this informative talk and lunch! As always, AIA members and new affiliate members eat free. Please contact Holly for more information. RSVP by Wednesday, Feb. 10th.

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Affiliate Members:

Danielle Feroleto
Small Giants

Angela France
Sherwin-Williams Co.

John Labate

Leslie Lindo
Sonoran Sustainable Building Advisor Program

News | Events

Phoenix Metro Volleyball Tournament
– The AIA Arizona Phoenix Metro Affiliates are again sponsoring the Annual Desert Classic Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, April 11, 2010 at Scottsdale Ranch Park. Be a part of this annual opportunity and become a sponsor! Click here to find out more information.

Phoenix Metro Affiliate Lunch
– The next meeting will be held on February 4, 2010 from 12pm to 1pm in the AIA Arizona office. RSVP to Diana Smith.

Affiliate Finder
– Now the public and architects can search for you online! Not listed? Click here and fill out the form.

Advertise in Just the Facts, Please...-Advertise your business to your target audience of over 2,000 people! Click here for details.

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ASU, Taliesin West, UofA

ASU Lecture – On Monday, Feb.8, 2010, Eva Prats and Ricardo Flores will present “Barcelona, City in Transformation” at The Bridge, 5:30 p.m. Click here for further details.

ASU Symposium – On Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010, Eva Prats, Ricardo Flores, Jose Bernardi present,”Barcelona-Phoenix: Cities in Transformation,” at the ASU Galvin Playhouse from 1-6 p.m. Click here for details.

Taliesin West Lecture Series
Click here to view the spring lecture series. John Kane, FAIA of Architekton will be speaking on January 28, 2010.

UofA Spring Lecture Series
– Jones Studio will be speaking on the topic of “Boundaries and Lines, Buildings and Politics: Reflections on the Reality of Project Development,” on January 22, 2010 in room AME 202 from 5-6pm.

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Been in the new recently? Received an award? Tell us about it! alexandra@aia-arizona.org.

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News | Events

ULI Arizona
– 2010 Arizona Real Estate Trends Conference on Thursday, January 21, 2010. Click herefor details.

SDA Phoenix – February 10, 2010 is the next chapter meeting. RSVP to Jennifer Dumphy. Click here for details.

ABA – Don’t miss January’s mixer. Click here for details.

SMPS Arizona
Click here to view January events.

IIDA Southwest
– Come support the AIA Arizona team competing in the IIDA Couture Competition held on February 11, 2010 at the Phoenix Art Museum. Click here to learn more.

CANstruction – On Feb. 19-20, 2010, the CANstruction competition will take place at Fiesta Mall. At the close of the exhibition, all of the canned food used to create the structures will be donated to St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance.

Phoenix Reference Library
Click here to view the Reference Library’s January events.

ASID Arizona South –  the 2010 Design Excellence Gala is coming up. Click herefor details.

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About Us
AIA Arizona’s mission is to promote the architectural profession through the strength and participation of members. AIA Arizona is a component of the American Institute of Architects, and was chartered on October 1, 1959. There are three chapters within our component: AIA Phoenix Metro, AIA Grand Canyon in Northern Arizona and AIA Southern Arizona in Tucson. We have just over 1,500 members statewide. To contact or learn more about AIA Arizona, please visit our website (www.aia-arizona.org)
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