AIA Michigan Monday Minutes

Cathy Mosley, Hon. Aff. AIAMI     

Executive Director

 

Champion the profession. Nurture our chapters. Build Michigan better.
February 19, 2018
Happy Monday!  
          

AIA National has elevated 4 AIA Michigan members to the 2018 College of Fellows

Craig Borum, FAIA Huron Valley  
Cynthia Hayward, FAIA Huron Valley        
Dawn Zuber, FAIA Huron Valley
Jim Nicolow, FAIA AIA Southwest

Intersections: The City Through Cartography  The exhibition is running until  March 30th, 2018.  The  gallery is open Monday-Friday from 9:00AM-5:00PM. The gallery is also available by appointment after hours. Please email evelyn@aiami.com to schedule an appointment!


It's not too early to secure your room for the 2018 convention. AIAMI has secured a block of rooms at the Hilton Midtown which is the AIA headquarters hotel. More here about the hotel. If you are interested in reserving a room with the AIAMI block follow this link . You will be asked to enter your information. You are responsible for making your reservation, updating and cancellations. The rate is $389 per night. There are other rooms available on the 2018 convention site here .

AIA Knowledge Community Opportunities
  • Earn 1 HSW free: Designing Net Zero Energy Buildings: Obstacles and Lessons Learned webinar. This webinar will flatten the learning curve for designers undertaking-or hoping to undertake-a net zero energy project. Date: March 5, 12-1pm ET - Register 
  • Save the dates for COD Conferences in Vancouver and Chile! Vancouver, Canada: May 17-20 - Santiago & Valparaiso, Chile: October 21-27
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Have a great week!

Cathy Mosley, Hon. Aff. AIAMI
AIA Michigan Executive Director
Weekly Highlights


I ntersections:
The City Through Cartography

WORKSHOPS
How to Read Maps | Alex Hill
Tuesday February 20; 5:30pm-7:30pm
In a world full of data visualization and maps, through the shares, likes, and retweets we have never seen maps appear and educate as much as they do right now. Maps are an engaging way to visualize data and gain knowledge, but need to be viewed with a critical eye. Participants will be lead through a discussion on the history and creation of maps. Following the discussion, participants will get to use their new critical map reading skills to examine historic and current maps. Materials will be provided.
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Memory Map Monoprints I Lyz Luiden
Thursday March 1; 5:30pm-7:30pm
In this workshop, we'll use specific prompts to create a visual map of a specific memory in Detroit. We'll print multiple times on one paper, creating a layered images, each layer representing a different part of the experience. Additive Monoprinting is often referred to as the most painterly printmaking technique, and very good for improvisation. Materials will be provided.
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QGIS101 I Alex Hill
Tuesday March 6; 5:30pm-7:30pm
We produce incredible amounts of data daily while at the same time we ARE the data. In this hands-on workshop participants will learn and apply Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping techniques commonly used by those practicing in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Attendees will need to bring a laptop.
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Timeline Mapping I Lyz Luidens
Thursday March 15; 5:30pm-7:30pm
In this workshop, we'll be choosing one specific place in Detroit (as specific as your home, or as broad as a whole neighborhood). We'll be making several prints of this one place at different points in time, as your relationship with the location or the physical location itself has changed. We can create several different prints to show this time passing, or layer our prints on top of one another to show the passing of time and the ways the city has changed. To create these prints, we'll be using Styrofoam to create relief prints, as well as having the option of adding collograph and monoprint elements to our visual timelines. Materials will be provided.
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Public Space Printing I Lyz Luidens
Tuesday March 20; 5:30pm-7:30pm
In this workshop, we'll be choosing memories that happened in public spaces in Detroit; parks, streets, bus stops, libraries, etc. We'll be creating relief printing blocks out of Styrofoam to create our maps. Materials will be provided.
Register>


You are cordially invited to the Alger House one of the finest estates on Lake Shore Drive in Grosse Pointe. Join art historians, architects, designers and restoration experts
to explore the intriguing legacy of old homes and their neighborhoods. 
The Alger House is part of The War Memorial.
32 Lake Shore Drive, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI
Tickets are $20 per lecture.
 
2 pm, Sunday, March 4   
 Placemaking: A plan for rebuilding Detroit's neighborhoods
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Please click here to register


2018 Call for Entries
 
Please click  HERE  to register for the Call for Entries
Please click HERE to download submission requirements
Please click HERE to upload your submission

Submissions due March 22, 2018 - no extensions

Thursday March 22, 2018
Neuroscience and Architecture - Eve Edelstien
Saving Lives and Transforming Medicine with 3D Printing - Dr. Glenn Green
Infection Control - Dr. Stephanie Taylor 
Collaborate, Really Collaborate: Combining Cultures, Improving Processes, and Re-inventing Advancing Co-Design: Patient and Family Advisory Councils and Mindful Partnerships - Randy Carter
The Nation's Fire Fighters - Facing Cancer -Joseph Finn and Richard Paris 
Innovation is the Next Best Thing to Technology! - Joyce Durham RN, AIA 
Friday March 23, 2018
A. Aubrey Swift - Lessons Learned in Enclosure Commissioning of Health Care
Single Bed Room Research - FGI - Ellen Taylor
Status and Future of the Affordable Healthcare Act - Jean Meyer
Regulatory Session - Panel discussion 
How to Register:
Online Seminar Registration  here
(early bird registration until March 1st)
Online Hotel Registration  here
(Hotel $149+taxes, Tower $179+taxes)
Hotel Registration - mention Health Facilities conference
Toll Free:  -800-236-1577

Project Presentation information - please click  here
Interested in being a Sponsor? - please click  here
(Full Program will be posted shortly at  www.aiami.com)

 AIA Conference on Architecture 2018
June 21-23, 2018 - New York
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Save the Date!
NCARB's 99th Annual Business Meeting
Join Us in Detroit from June 28-30, 2018
Strategic Plan
2014 -2020

As the architectural profession moves through the first decade of the twenty-first century, it becomes increasingly obvious that the pace of change continues to accelerate . . .

In This Issue

Upcoming Chapter Events:  
Lecture: A Brief History of Black Architects in Detroit with Karen Burton & Saundra Little
Mon., Feb. 19 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm - More Information 

Committee on the Environment Meeting
Wed., Feb. 21 -  More Information

Committee on Diversity + Inclusion February 2018 Meeting
Tues., Feb. 27 - More Information

TAP/DABUG First Quarter CEU Program
Tues., Feb. 27 - More Information

ARE Crunch Brunch with AIAD & AIA MI Emerging Professionals
Sat., Mar. 3 - More Information

Detroit Emerging Professionals Committee Meeting
Tues., Mar. 6 - More Information
 
Detroit EPC Foundation Hotel Tour
Thurs., Mar. 8 -  More Information

Detroit Building Codes & Regulations Committee Meeting
Wed., Mar. 14 - More Information
 
BEC-GD Air Barrier Symposium
Tues., Mar. 20 -  More Information
ARE Study Group
Tues., Feb. 20 - More Information
 
Bowling Night
Fri., March 2 More Info
 
COTE Planning Meeting
Thurs., March 8 - More Information
 
ARE Study Group
Thurs., March 8 - More Information
 
designThunk - Cornerstone Architects
Thurs., March 15 - More Information
 
Life of An Architect
Thurs., March 15 - More Information

Hard Hat Tour - Hybrid Timber Framed House Under Construction
Thurs., Feb. 22 -
More Information

USGBC Detroit Event - LEED Tour of U-M Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning Addition
Wed., March 7 - More Information

Sarnacki & Associates Architects, Wyandotte, MI
2.14.2018 Sarnacki & Associates Architects is seeking a Project Manager and Project Architect. To learn more about Sarnacki & Associates Architects visit www.sarnackiaia.com

Jeffrey A Scott Architect, PC., Farmington, MI
2.5.2018 Jeffrey A. Scott Architects, PC is seeking an Assistant Project Manager. To learn more about Scott Architects visit www.jscottarchitects.com

Yamasaki, Inc., Detroit, MI
1.30.2018 Yamasaki, Inc. is seeking a Senior Architect, an Intermediate Architect, and Intern Architect and a Senior Interior Designer. To learn more about Yamasaki, Inc. visit www.yamasaki-inc.com

Obie G. Bowman Architect FAIA, Healdsburg, CA
1.25.2018 Obie G. Bowman Architect FAIA is seeking candidates to develop projects under the supervision of the Principal. To learn more about Obie G. Bowman Architect FAIA visit www.obiebowman.com

Virginia Tile, Livonia, MI
1.25.2018 Virginia Tile is seeking a Marketing/Showroom Operation Director. To learn more about Virginia Tile visit www.virginiatile.com

Integrated Architecture, Grand Rapids, MI
1.25.2018 Integrated Architecture is seeking a Senior Mechanical Engineer/Designer & Sales Engineer. To learn more about Integrated Architecture visit www.intarch.com

NSA Architects, Engineers, Planners, Farmington Hills, MI
1.25.2018 NSA Architects, Engineers, Planners is seeking a Senior Project Designer, Senior Electrical Engineer and Senior Project Architect. To learn more about NSA Architects, Engineers, Planners visit www.nsa-ae.com

Three Rivers Corporation, Midland, MI
1.25.2018 Three Rivers Corporation is seeking a Project Architect, Senior Architect and Senior Design Architect. To learn more about Three Rivers Corporation visit www.trccompany.com

Resumes:
  • Seeking Project Mangement/ Project Architect Position: Resume
  • B.Arch student seeks internship:  Resume
  • Architectural Design Professional: Resume
  • Seeking entry level position in June: Resume 
  • AutoCad Technician: Resume
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Cathy Mosley, Hon. Aff. AIAMI:
Executive Director of AIA Michigan:
Events and Programming, Finances, Communications, Membership, Government Affairs, Sponsorship

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Operations Director:
Event Planning, Documents, Continuing Education, Membership
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