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2020 VIRTUAL DESIGN AWARDS

2020 VIRTUAL DESIGN AWARDS

                          The American Institute of Architects Arkansas Chapter is pleased to invite you to our 2020 Virtual Design Awards event. At this event, we will recognize the tremendous accomplishments of AIA Arkansas members, and award some of the best architectural work by local architects. The event will feature the AIA Arkansas Award of Merit, Dick Savage Memorial Award, Emerging Professional Award, Design Awards, and other recognitions. We hope you will join us for the live virtual event! REGISTER NOW

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SAVE THE DATE: VIRTUAL DESIGN AWARDS + ANNUAL MEETING

SAVE THE DATE: VIRTUAL DESIGN AWARDS + ANNUAL MEETING
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VIRTUAL SPEAKER SERIES CALENDAR DATES

VIRTUAL SPEAKER SERIES CALENDAR DATES
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2020 ALLIED PRESENTATION PROPOSALS FOR STATE CONVENTION BEING ACCEPTED

2020 AIA Arkansas State Convention October 21-23, 2020 AIA Arkansas is now accepting proposals from our Allied members at the Blue level or higher, for presentations at the 2020 AIA Arkansas State Convention in Hot Springs, AR. Only current AIA Arkansas Allied Members at the levels of Blue, Silver or Gold are eligible to submit presentations. Companies that are not current members or at the Basic level will not be reviewed by the convention committee. Please complete the form below to submit your presentation for review by the Convention Committee. Selections will be made and notification of acceptance or denial will be […]

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John Allison Receives 2019 Fay Jones Gold Medal

John Allison Receives 2019 Fay Jones Gold Medal

At the State Convention, AIA Arkansas presented its Fay Jones Gold Medal Award to John Allison, AIA Emeritus.  A native of Morrilton, John enrolled at the University of Arkansas in 1966 where he received Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Arts degrees in 1971. He married Mary Wilson in 1969, and they have two children, Amy and Wilson, who both now reside in Arkansas. In the early 1980s, he cofounded Allison Moses Redden (now AMR), a multidiscipline firm that helped develop the River Market district. Early in his career he became involved in AIA, and in 1987 was awarded the […]

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