APRIL 15, 2020

Another week that feels like a year has passed.  As things continue to change from day to day, one constant is that we remain hard at work finding new ways to offer support and value to our members. See below for recent updates!

  • This week, we sent a second letter to Governor Beshear and his administration offering the assistance of AIA Kentucky firms to relieve stress on Kentucky's healthcare facilities Read More
  • We're also reaching out to YOU! Our staff is making calls to firm leaders across Kentucky to find out what issues are top of mind. Give us a head start by selecting which topic is your biggest concern at the moment*:
Operations / Business Continuity

Workload / Cash-flow

Career Impact

Future Practice of Architecture 

*Poll results will be tallied via click tracking for the links above
Our recent correspondence with the Kentucky Board of Architects confirmed that Continuing Education requirements will be unchanged for the FY2020-2021 renewal period ending June 30, 2020. Hours required for this renewal period must have been completed as of December 31, 2019.  Online learning opportunities in April include:
Additional free courses are being offered through AIAU, and please continue to watch our web calendar for additional updates.
  • AIA KY members are sharing and learning on our new community discussion board - Join Here!
  • The A'20 Conference on Architecture will most likely not occur as an in-person gathering this year and members who had registered to attend should have received a refund of their registration on Monday, April 13.  For a high-caliber experience closer to home, we hope that you will consider joining us for the Kentucky/Indiana convention in Louisville, this September 17-19!



A reminder to check our COVID-19 Resource Page often for new updates, such as: 

  • Resources released by the International Code Council, including:


We hope you will continue to share with us if there are additional ways that we can support you. We look forward to hearing from you and hope that you continue to stay safe and healthy!

Kelly E. Ives, AIA
AIA Kentucky Executive Director