The Center for Architecture and the competition jury will select up to five teams to envision new dynamics of living and community that challenge urban trends toward ever-increasing isolation. This call requires interdisciplinary teams, comprised of social scientists and designers. The selected teams will exhibit their work from February 11 to May 29, 2021 as part of Still Together, an exhibition analyzing architecture’s role in envisioning new dynamics of living and community.
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The Director of Exhibitions will provide organization and oversight to the development of new exhibits and refurbishment of permanent exhibitions, from initial concept design through project completion. They will coordinate and manage technical design, AV integration, graphic production, fabrication, and installation. This role will be part of a cross-departmental team that will refresh and rebuild CAC’s current exhibitions and develop new exhibitions over the next several years.
This is a mid-level professional position in the Component Collaboration & Resources department in which the manager is responsible for overseeing and managing all internal and external component communications, including but not limited to e-newsletters, website content management, presentations, social media, and other initiatives as assigned. The manager will work on strengthening and furthering engagement opportunities with components which includes conceptualizing and developing workshops and r
The is a professional position on the Advocacy + Relationships team in which the manager is responsible for advancing the AIA’s public policy agenda by implementing programs that engage and increase member participation and advocacy skills for grassroots advocacy activities , including conducting trainings. This position reports to the Senior Director, Advocacy.
This position must be able to collaborate effectively with the public affairs senior director and team as a whole to push forward all public affairs projects, but will also be responsible for managing a defined portfolio of high-profile initiatives as assigned, which may include work related to the National Trust’s African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund (AACHAF), our campaign to save places associated with Women’s History, and other key initiatives.
Serve as a general purpose marketing, communications and content assistant for the site, including working with curatorial exhibits, archival libraries, images, and signage, and assisting with development of tour content and materials. This is a part time, hourly position working approximately 20 hours per week (weekdays and some weekends), with benefits.
The Development Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Executive Director, Director of Development, and Board of Trustees. In close collaboration with the Executive Director (ED) and Director of Development (DoD), the Development Coordinator focuses on moves management—the process for moving prospects from cultivation to solicitation—and the development and implementation of strategies to increase engagement across the Van Alen board and membership groups.
AIA Seattle is one of the largest architectural associations in the US, with an inspiring community of members who are passionate and engaged in our changing city. AIA Seattle is seeking a Finance Manager to oversee and manage finance and accounting functions.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) today announced a call for nominations for Landslide, the foundation’s annual thematic report about threatened and at-risk landscapes. Landslide 2020: Women Who Shaped the American Landscape, timed to the centennial of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guaranteed women the right to vote, will focus on at-risk landscapes created by women landscape architects and/or associated with prominent women.