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AIA ARIZONA NEWS
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Just the Facts, Please… DEC | 15 | 2009
AIA Arizona would like to thank everyone for getting involved in 2009. Your time and effort enabled us to accomplish a lot of things this year. We look forward to your involvement in 2010!

Tina Litteral, Hon. AIA, CAE
Executive Vice President
AIA Arizona
30 North 3rd Avenue #200
Phoenix, AZ  85003
602-252-4200 phone
602-273-6814 fax
www.aia-arizona.org

Upcoming Events
12-16-09 Survival 101 Seminar

12-16-09 Member Communication

12-17-09 Phoenix Metro ExCom

12-18-09 AIA AZ Board Meeting

12-18-09 Phoenix Metro Homes of the Year Deadline

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Committee Updates | Chapter Meetings | Seminars

AIA Arizona Office Hours – The office will be closed from December 23, 2009 until January 3, 2010 for the holidays.

A.R.E. Seminar Programming, Planning & Practice – This seminar is coming up in the month January. Click here for details and registration.

Grand Canyon Chapter – Click here for the latest announcements from the chapter. Click here for photos of the holiday party.

Phoenix Metro Home of the Year Competition – AIA Phoenix Metro and Desert Living magazine invite architects to submit the best examples of home design in the Metro Phoenix area. Click here for details. Deadline for submittals is December 18, 2009.

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

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Phoenix Metro Affiliate Lunch
– The next meeting will be held on January 7, 2009 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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Job Board
– the Job Board has been updated. Click to view the latest opportunities.

Build-it-Green Call for Speakers –
The 2nd Annual Southwest Build-it-Green Expo & Conference will take place on March 18-20, 2010. Educational sessions will take place on Thursday 3/18 and Friday 3/19. If you are interested in participating at the conference as a speaker, click here.Click here for your FREE ticket!
If you’re a member, you can post your resume for free! Click for more information…

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Awards | Recognition

James Abell, FAIA – The National AIA Board of Directors elected James Logan Abell, FAIA, as the 2010 recipient of the Edward C. Kemper Award. Named in honor of the AIA’s first executive director, the award recognizes individuals who contribute significantly to the profession of architecture through service to the Institute. Abell will be honored at the 2010 AIA National Convention in Miami. Click here to view the full press release.

Been in the news recently? Receive an award or special recognition? We’d love to hear about it! Please email Alexandra Evjen your updates!

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IIDA Tucson
– IIDA Masquerade Ball to be held at JW Marriott Starr Pass on Saturday, March 20, 2009. Mark your calendars! Click here for details.

CANstruction call for entries!


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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