Monday, January 4, 2021

January 13: AIACOC Board Meeting
January 20: High School Education Program Committee Meeting
January 22: AIA Oklahoma Board Meeting / AIAOK Government Affairs Meeting
January 26: AIA Local Advocacy Committee Meeting
February 10: AIACOC Board Meeting
February 11: AIACOC Virtual Luncheon
February 26: AIA Sporting Clays Tournament
March 25: Architecture after 5 hosted by Flintco, Inc.
April 8: AIACOC Luncheon
May 3: AIACOC Golf Tournament
Support AIA Central Oklahoma in 2021!
Register for the AIA Sporting Clays Tournament
Volunteer for a 2021 Committee!
AIA Central Oklahoma could not do all our events and programs without the outstanding support and volunteerism we receive for our AIA, Associate AIA and Allied members. HERE is a list of our current committees, please let us know if you would like to get involved and join a committee in 2021. 

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Mark your Calendars!
Architects Blitz the Capitol:
Stay tuned for more information. We are waiting to learn the COVID protocols before moving forward with the planning of this event. We will update you as soon as we know more. 

AIA Oklahoma Conference on Architecture: We're excited to see everyone in Edmond at the new Conference Center on September 30 - October 1.

AIA Oklahoma Design Awards Banquet: The AIAOK Design Awards Banquet will be held on Friday, November 12th at the Devon Tower.
2021 AIA President's Inaugural Message
In an inaugural address, incoming AIA 2021 President Peter Exley shares his goals for the year ahead, including the critical role architects have to play in helping society create a healthy and prosperous world that promotes racial justice and moves the needle on climate action.
Old Police Headquarters demolition on the City Council Agenda for January 5.
The city of OKC is requesting approval from City Council on Tuesday to move forward demolishing this building located at 200 N Shartel.

This building is the PWA Police Headquarters, built in 1936 as part of the “Civic Center”, a complex that included the Municipal Auditorium (now Civic Center), City Hall and the County Courthouse. The building will be replaced with a surface parking lot.

The OKC City Council meets on Tuesday, January 5th at 8:30 a.m. This is item IX - F (page 10) on the agenda.