AIAS Silent Art Auction
Tuesday, april 16 4 to 8 p.m.
Rapson Hall Courtyard 89 Church Street SE, Minneapolis MN, 55455
This is a great opportunity for AIAS students and practicing professionals in the architectural community to mingle and have a good time AND to raise money for a good cause.
AIAC is accepting art until early April. They rely on donations and fundraising every year to run a successful student chapter and to be able to give back to the community.
Funds raised at this event will help:
Send students to AIAS conferences around the country and
Buy materials for “Freedom By Design” - AIAS community outreach that utilizes design students talents to positively impact the lives of people in our community in need by addressing their struggles with thoughtful design solutions.
To donate art or make a contribution, e-mail one of the following:
Amanda Krapf, AIAS President, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nate McKewon, AIAS Vice President, at email@example.com
AIA Minnesota's Leadership FORUM program was created in response to the Leadership Task Force to foster and develop leadership for AIA Minnesota member architects during mid-career. The mission of the FORUM is to assist AIA members in understanding and strengthening their role in leadership in areas of community involvement, government, professional practice, business development, and mentorship. Experts related to each area of curriculum will speak at each session.
Leadership Forum - 2013
Apply now for the 2013 Leadership FORUM.
Intended for Emerging Leaders.
Applications are due October 15, 2012 and must include the following:
- Letter of Interest
- Completed and Signed Application
- Letter of Recommendation
For a PDF of the application, visit 2013 Leadership Forum Application.
- Candidates must be an AIA Minnesota member.
- Licensure required. 5 years of licensure recommended; 8-10 years total career experience encouraged.
- Tuition is $675 (limited scholarships are available).
- Selected participants are expected to attend all scheduled sessions and complete all homework.
For more details on Program Requirements and Schedule, download 2013 Leadership Forum Program Requirements.
Leadership Forum -2012
Graduates: (Left to Right) Front row: Christine Albertsson, Albertsson Hansen Architecture; Keon Chi, AECOM; Jesse Turck, BWBR; Kelli Wegscheid, Harmonious Architecture; Ed Wilms, DLR Group; Session Expert: Kathy Cooney, HealthPartners; Dan Grothe, Cuningham Group; Anna Pravinata, Architectural Alliance; Mary Springer, Julie Snow Architects
Second row: Session Expert: Jon Buggy, AECOM; Kenwood McQuade, Target Corporation; Sara Phillips, LHB; Jessica Vogel, AECOM; Nathan Miller, DLR Group; Susan Nelson Golberg, AECOM; Matthew Kruntorad, MS&R; James Moore, HGA; Jared Banks, SALA Architects; Forum Advisor: Nick Ruehl, RUEHL + Associates
2012 FORUM Testimonials (pdf)
Leadership Forum - 2011
Graduates:Left to right: Benjamin Lindau, AIA - AECOM Ellerbe Becket; Steven Wolf, AIA - Target Corporation; Jeffrey Loeschen, AIA - Architectural Alliance; Paul Lawton, AIA - Paulsen Architects; Rebecca Krull Kraling, AIA - HGA Architects & Engineers; Michael Grage, AIA - AECOM Ellerbe Becket; Philip Lund, AIA - Philip J. Lund Design + Construction; Lani Priddy, AIA - Cuningham Group; Ross Naylor, AIA - Architectural Alliance; Speaker: Cheryl Leitschuh; David Haaland, AIA - UrbanWorks Architecture; Marcelo Pinto, AIA - Architectural Alliance; Meghan Kell Cornell, AIA -Kell Architects; Charlie Stoffel, AIA - Cuningham Group; and Deborah Rathman, AIA - Rivera Architects (not pictured).
2011 Summary of the six programs the FORUM graduates completed. Summary 2011 (pdf).
2011 Graduate Ken Sheehan, AIA, Architectural Alliance, talks about "The X Factor" (pdf)
2011 Graduate Steven Wolf, AIA, shares his experiences. Tools 2011 (pdf)
2011 FORUM Testimonials (pdf)
Leadership Forum - 2010
The inaugural FORUM programGraduates (listed at left)