In this year’s round-up of inspiring programs and methodologies, we focus on initiatives that work to deepen public engagement.
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For this year’s keynote address, we are pleased to welcome Amy Liu, director of the Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy program, and a national expert on cities and metropolitan areas.
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).
CAF's Kerstin Adams dives into messaging tactics for speaking to and expanding your audience on the social media platforms most commonly used by AAO member organizations.
Fundraising consultant Cassandra Di Prizio, consultant at the Alford Group, orients attendees to the big picture in philanthropy, including what sectors are attracting the most investment, which old school fundraising strategies still work, and which approaches need rethinking.
The Chicago Architecture Foundation serves as the signature education partner to the Chicago Architecture Biennial. CAF's Director of Research and Interpretation Jen Masengarb, author of the Biennial's Gallery Guide, reviews key installations and themes on view at the Biennial's 2017 exhibition hall.
This resource includes a recording of the July 27, 2017 AAO Webinar: Creating an Architecture Center.
This resource includes a recording of the May 4, 2017 AAO Webinar with Samantha Weaver. Six nonprofits in Pittsburgh offer K-12 architectural education programs of one stripe or another, so they joined together to form the Architecture Learning Network (ALN) to help high school students navigate their options. What began with a shared calendar listing grew into a system of learning pathways and digital badges thanks to a grant from the Sprout Fund.
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.