AAO Networks Webinar addressing "The Pros and Cons of Thematic Programming." This 30-minute webinar from June 2014 by Van Alen Institute's David van der Leer (Executive Director) and Sarah Farwell (Program Manager) explores the topic by using VAI's "ELSEWHERE: Escape and the Urban Environment" initiative as the relevant case study. Over the course of a ten day period in May 2014, VAI assembled a festival-like cluster of public programs - a strategy to draw increased audiences, funding, media coverage, and reap more planning efficiencies for its staff.
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For organizations new to arranging design competitions, this list compiles a solid (but not comprehensive) list of media sources that publish design competitions.
Part of the closing session at the 2013 AAO Conference, current architecture school student Adalene Tan presented about her summer internship with CultureNOW in Boston. As a capstone event, CultureNOW interns in Boston, Los Angeles, and New York City orchestrated a 30-presenter virtual Pecha Kucha event connecting audiences in a three-city live internet broadcast. A future leaning event format that may soon become standard fair for those architectural organizations eager to expand their programming and audience reach.
Sample postcard for a DesignWeek film screening event (call for entries) by AIA Columbus/Center for Architecture and Design.
Brief round-up of public programming activity by several AAO Member organizations, including audience composition. Survey issued in 2011.