Chicago Architecture Foundation has launched DiscoverDesign.org, a free online educational tool to connect teens, teachers, and architects to project-based learning opportunities. To celebrate, the CAF is inviting U.S high school students (at least 13 years old, grades 9-12) to enter the 2012 National High School Architecture Competition.
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Official ribbon cutting on the District Architecture Center (DAC) took place November 4 in a grand celebration for AIA DC, the Washington Architectural Foundation, and its many friends and community partners that made the new center a reality.
Here's a sampling of the twitter conversation during Design in Action 2011.
Dear Friends and Colleagues:
Thank you to Linda Norlen of AIA Seattle for discussing the inaugural Seattle Design Festival with us and providing an introduction.
At our Design in Action 2011 conference in Philadelphia, David Ghoogasian will speak on the “architecture of the brain” and how it matches up with traditional classroom teaching practices. Hailing from California, Ghoogasian is a formal school principal who now devotes his time to using information on brain research, teaching and learning styles, and emotional intelligence to reach a range of students.
This month, we've gathered a list of our members' new and upcoming exhibitions and also threw in a few other architecture/design exhibitions that caught our attention.
This month, we've gathered a list of our members' new exhibitions and also threw in a few other architecture/design exhibitions that caught our attention.