The SAH American Architecture and Landscape Field Trip grant program funds architecture and landscape field trips for underserved students in grades 3 through high school. To deliver awe-inspiring field trips, SAH seeks to partner with other not-for-profit organizations that offer youth design education programs and docent-led tours of architecture, parks, gardens, neighborhoods, and town/city centers. We fund tour programs that enable students to learn about the history of the built environment by walking through and experiencing great architecture, public parks, gardens, and urban planning.
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Established in 1898, the Public Design Commission reviews architecture, landscape architecture, and works of art on City-owned property. Projects include construction or restoration of structures, such as libraries, fire stations, and bridges; creation or renovation of parks, playgrounds, and plazas; installation of lighting and other streetscape elements; and the design, installation, and conservation of artwork.
The Chief Operating Officer (COO) position is a new leadership role at ACE Tech, and will oversee administrative and fiscal operations for this single site charter school.
The Architectural League seeks a well-organized, energetic, motivated Editor to plan, create, edit, and publish a variety of rich content across multiple platforms, with key audiences in mind.
The Program Manager has primary responsibility for the execution of a member-volunteer driven array of events and projects geared to meeting the educational, networking, and resource needs of the Chapter.
The TCLF Executive Director will be responsible for leading the operations of the organization, managing staff, identifying new business opportunities, driving fundraising, building internal and external relationships, reviewing and negotiating contracts, and enhancing the presence of TCLF both locally and nationally. This role will require interacting with the Board of Directors and other critical stakeholders groups who influence the overall direction and vision of TCLF.
Nominations are now open for The Daylight Award 2018. The Daylight Award is conferred every two years in two categories, Daylight Research and Daylight in Architecture, on individuals or small groups for outstanding contributions to their respective field of daylight in architecture or daylight research.