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May 5 – Affiliates Meeting

May 6 – AIA Arizona Board Meeting

May 12 – AIA Convention

May 13 – AIA Convention

May 14 – AIA Convention

May 17 – Small Firm Roundtable

May 18 – PMC Board Meeting

May 19 – GCC May Meeting

May 19 – VDC

May 20 – COTE


May 20 – AIA Arizona Design Award Entry Forms/Fees Due

May 20 – SAC Homes of the Year Entry Forms Due

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Next week, many of us will be in New Orleans for the AIA National Convention. Doug Sydnor, FAIA will receive his Fellowship at the Investiture on Friday afternoon. There are many great tours and lectures available. The ASU Reception will be Thursday evening. U of A has decided not to have a reception this year. Hopefully, I will see many of you next week.
Also, it is time again for the Western Mountain Region Awards program, in addition to the AIA Arizona program. Entry forms and fees are due May 20th for AIA Arizona and mid-July for the WMR. Plan to submit your projects.


Tina Litteral, Hon. AIA, CAE
Executive Vice President
AIA Arizona


Component News
AIA PMC YAF Mentor Mixer – On Friday, May 6, 2011 starting at 5:30pm at the Shepley Bulfinch offices, Young Architects and AIA Arizona Fellows are invited to enjoy drinks and light food, and then head on over to the Phoenix Art Museum. Cost is $5.00. Please RSVP to Diana@aia-arizona.org. Click here for details.

Fred E. Zrmack, Sr. AIA Emeritus – We are sad to share that AIA Arizona Emeritus member, Fred Zrmack, Sr., passed away on April 20th at the age of 89. He was President and co-founder of the architecture firm, Daniel and Zrmack Associates, Inc. of Ann Arbor, Michigan and a founding member of the Huron Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

Architecture High School Summer Camp – PHX Architecture in conjunction with AIA Arizona, Taliesin and USGBC Arizona, is hosting their 3rd Annual architecture summer camp (June 6-June 10, 9am – 2pm) for high school kids interested in pursuing architecture. The cost is $600. Email info@phxarch.com for more information.

Back to the Basics – get back to basics in risk management for design professionals. May 17th (11-4pm, Tucson) and May 18th (8-1pm, Phoenix). Earn 3.5 LU’s. Click here for details.

Architect Finder– The public and potential clients can now search for you on our website. Not listed? to fill out the form.

Phoenix Metro Affiliate Meeting
– Thursday, May 5, 2011 from 12pm-1pm at in the AIA Arizona Conference Room. Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to Diana@aia-arizona.org or 602-252-4200.

Affiliate Finder – Now the public and architects can search for you online! Not listed? .

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CALA Welcome Thom Mayne – Pritzker Prize winning architect Thom Mayne,
founder of  Morphosis and co-founder of SCI-Arc, will present four lectures in two days (May 6th and May 7th) at the UofA School of Architecture in the SUDNT Gallery. Click here for details.

ASU Latino Urbanism Symposium – May 4-5, 2011at PURL. We will spend two days celebrating and understanding how Latino Urbanism is reshaping the American urban landscape. Click here for details.

members in the news

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Relevant Associations
Imagine Greater Tucson – Click here for upcoming events.

SDA PhoenixClick here for upcoming events.

SAAEMAClick here for upcoming events.

IIDASWClick here for upcoming events.

CSI PhoenixClick here for upcoming events.

ULI ArizonaClick here for upcoming events.

AZASLAClick here for the latest news and events.

USGBC AZClick here for upcoming events.

SMPS ArizonaClick here for the latest news and events.

Phoenix Reference LibraryClick here for upcoming events.

Valley ForwardClick here for upcoming events.

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)

Paul Johnson, AIA
Suad Mahmuljin, Assoc. AIA
Bill Timmerman
Tina Litteral, Hon. AIA, CAE

Doug Nielsen, Assoc. AIA

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