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.
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This session convenes a cross section of experienced leaders from across our field to discuss the role of architecture centers in comunicating the development of cities to a wider audience. With Ned Cramer (Architect Magazine), Rusty Bienvenue (Architecture Center Houston), Lynn Osmond (Chicago Architecture Foundation), Lisa Richmond (Seattle Center for Architecture and Design), and Catherine Staniland (New London Architecture Center).
As part of the 2016 Design Matters Conference, Marta Viciedo and Irvans Augustin of Urban Impact Lab discussed innovative community engagement projects that inform the public about climate resilience.
As part of the 2016 Design Matters Conference, Gretchen Rabinkin from the Boston Society of Architects & BSA Foundation spoke about effective community engagement at the neighborhood scale to address rising sea levels.
As part of the 2016 Design Matters Conference, Rebecca Bailey discussed how Historic Environment Scotland is using community-led heritage projects to empower groups and establish sustainable networks for collaboration in the future.
As part of the 2016 Design Matters Conference, Tanya Lindkvist provided an update on plans for the Danish Architecture Center's new home.
As part of the 2016 Design Matters Conference, Adrian Fine from the Los Angeles Conservancy described his organization's new initiative to tell the story of LGBTQ heritage sites in the city.
Lyla Catellier, the Coordinator of Public Engagement at the Chicago Archtecture Foundation, presented a snapshot of the annual CAF Scavenger Hunt at the 2015 Design Matters Conference in Chicago, IL. These slides provide an overview of the audience statistics and number of sites, as well as a high level look at the outcomes from the event.
As part of the closing panel discussion on the State of the Art of Architecture Organizations, Jason Robbins, board chair of Storefront MB, presented on the work of his organization. This photo slideshow offers a glimpse into their innovative programming and highlights their collaborations with architects and designers.
During the 2015 Design Matters Conference, Dinu Bumbaru (Policy Director, Heritage Montreal) presented as part of the panel discussion "The State of the Art of Architecture Organizations." This slideshow summarizes the principles that Heritage Montreal applies for its policy and programs, and considers the various forces that contribute to the creation and protection of cultural heritage.