Thanks to those of us who joined in to view our recent program, "Lessons from the Pandemic: Learning From Neighborhoods Now." If you missed it, you can view a videorecording of this engaging conversation, where we talked with Deborah Marton (Van Alen Institute) and Daniel McPhee (Urban Design Forum), about their work with the Neighborhoods Now initiative.
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A pair of case studies from AAO members looks at the formidable challenges connected to partnership development, and establishing terms favorable to your own organization.
This session outlines the growing expectations placed on our cultural organizations, and discusses specific opportunities and best practices for AAO members.
A curated selection of rapid talks from AAO members on fundraising, strategic planning, program development, and identifying local partners to champion your organization.
Curator Yesomi Umolu provides us with an inside look at the process of delivering a Biennial fit for public dialogue and the insights she learned about communicating architecture.
A series of rapid talks highlighting programs that are easily shared across the AAO Network. In this presentation, Lucie Murray discusses the NLA's International Dialogues Programme.
A panel of AAO members presented recent demonstration projects aimed at helping their local audiences appreciate the hazards of delivering affordable housing in their respective communities. In this presentation, Emily Schmidt explores the "Housing Brass Tacks" program.
A panel of AAO members present their latest efforts to invent new program formats that attract diverse audiences and community voices, with emphasis on conversations about equity/inclusion. This presentation focused on the Los Angeles Conservancy's innovative tour program in Los Angeles's Koreatown neighborhood.
A panel of AAO members present their latest efforts to invent new program formats that attract diverse audiences and community voices, with emphasis on conversations about equity/inclusion. This presentation focuses on The Architecture Foundation's mold-breaking Turncoats program.
AAO member Hallie Rosen has built volunteer programs from the ground up and she's expanded and overhauled existing programs, too. Along the way she's developed an eye for spotting the makings and habits of quality volunteers. Pick up a trove of simple everyday tips for getting your organization's volunteer corps headed in the right direction.