Women in Architecture Grant

The Women in Architecture Fund (WIA) is now accepting applications to receive grant funding toward supporting and impacting women in the profession of architecture. Applications are due Friday, September 30!

Learn more about the WIA Fund and apply for a grant

Bridge the Gap

Wigington Campaign


Help bridge the gap that keeps promising students from pursuing professional architectural degrees and becoming architects. With your financial contribution, you can help create a stronger, more representative architecture community that can shape a better and more equitable built environment.

Give to the Clarence Wigington Architectural Scholarship Fund Campaign.


MAF at the AIA Minnesota Convention

About the Foundation

The Minnesota Architectural Foundation (MAF) originated in 1970 as MSA Foundation for Environmental Research, with a purpose of studying potential computer applications in architecture. In 1979, following receipt of a bequest from William Berget, the name was changed to MSAIA Architectural Foundation, incorporated for charitable, scientific and educational purposes. Contact us to be included in future MAF news and information.