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Drafting Progress: an EDI Forum

AIA Minneapolis Regional Meeting

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Film Screening and Q&A with Eric Saarinen

Docomomo US MN presents a film screening and discussion and reception. Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future Special Guest Announcement  We’re pleased to announce that Eric Saarinen will be joining us at the film screening on Tuesday. Eric, Eero’s son, is the co-producer and director of photography for the documentary we’re showing, “Eero […]

Finals Coffee Break at Rapson Hall

Calling all Emerging Professionals! Many of you have graduated recently and may remember the rush of final’s week. Some of you may have forgotten enough to feel nostalgic for those studio days. On the last Saturday before final presentations, there isn’t time to leave studio for food or much needed caffeine. Join the EPC in […]

AIA Minnesota Closed

The AIA Minnesota office will be closed on Monday, April 16 due to weather and travel conditions. Our policy is to close the office when Minneapolis Public Schools cancel classes.

Strategies for Human-Centered Design

Join Marc Swackhamer for a discussion on expanding your creative process!

ASID Afternoon at the Hewing Hotel

Join ASID for speakers and networking on April 26th!

AIA Disaster Assistance Program: Building Evaluator Training

Register now! SAP Training – Safety Assessment Program When a disaster strikes, one of the first tasks for a community is to determine whether the buildings are safe for habitation. Trouble is, the structures that must be examined often greatly outnumber the quantity of trained city inspectors. The AIA Safety Assessment Program (SAP) Training has an […]

AVID and Cambria CEU Blast Day

Join AVID and Cambria for a CEU blast day to earn your credits at Cambria Gallery on 7th!

Interrupting Bias to Counter Harassment and Discrimination

This session is now closed. Questions? Contact Deanna Christiansen Biases are created and reinforced by our environments and experiences. Bias can be unconscious or intentional and can be based on gender, race, ethnicity, income, physical ability, sexual orientation and other “differences that make a difference.” And these biases can manifest in the form of harassment […]