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Join us for a Friday Conversation via Zoom! We will be joined by Mark Martin, Chief Executive Officer of Build UP - Ensley.Find out more »
If you love an interesting story, this webinar is for you! SEAoAL and KELLER (Formerly Hayward Baker) have partnered with the ACFA to share the investigation, design & stabilization of the Pointe du Hoc Cliff in Normandy, France. This was an important site during the Normandy landings on D-Day.Find out more »
August 27 // 12-1 PM // Via Zoom // $10 Tickets Register online here! Join us as we learn from Phil Black, AIA, LEED AP (Founding Principal at B Group Architecture, Inc.) about his journey in the Himalayas visiting Buddhist monasteries, a climb to Everest Base Camp, and walking the Khumbu Glacier at almost 19,000 ft. elevation! Speaker Bio: An Auburn graduate, Phil also studied with the Royal Academy of Architecture in London. He has over 35 years experience working…Find out more »
Join us on Nov. 12th, as we take an exclusive virtual tour of Armstrong’s studio and discuss her newly published monograph, SARA GARDEN ARMSTRONG: Threads and Layers that tells the captivating story of over four decades of work. Find out more »
Come by the ACFA on Nov. 13th to purchase your copy of SARA GARDEN ARMSTRONG: Threads and Layers and have it signed by the artist!
A portion of sales to benefit the Alabama Center for Architecture's educational outreach and scholarship program.
This event is a fundraiser for the Alabama Center for Architecture. The ACFA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to advance the enjoyment of architecture and design through engagement, education and collaboration.Find out more »
OJT is an architecture and urban design practice located in New Orleans, LA. Their work includes large scale, urban research and strategic planning initiatives, client-based architectural commissions for a range of building types (commercial, residential, cultural), as well as their own self-developed projects.Find out more »
The annual dreamARCHITECTURE Teacher Workshop has gone virtual in 2021!Find out more »
Highlighting Lewis' career, which has vacillated between public service and private practice -- Attendees will learn about the benefits of striving to impact society in positive ways by applying our talents, skills, and passions.Find out more »
The BLOCK Project builds homes for those living on the streets, and they take a bold stand: "We will never end homelessness through housing alone." They found that a new approach is needed, one that acknowledges that relationships are the building blocks for healing our communities, and that we can no longer see those who are homeless as ‘other’. Their bold new model invites all of us to step forward with our own abilities to create societal change.Find out more »