Education Seminars: Seminar #2

Office of State Fire Marshal 8181 Independence Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA

Seminar #2 – How to Avoid Getting Sued: Reducing Prospects of Liability Claims

Fair Housing Accessibility Training

Louisiana Housing Corporation 2415 Quail Dr., Baton Rouge, LA

The Louisiana Housing Corporation is hosting a free event on Fair Housing that provides AIA continuing education credits. Click here for printable flyer

Free

Architecture + Ales, Shreveport

Red River Brewing Company 1200 Marshall Street, Shreveport, LA

Architecture and Ales will be held at Red River Brewery on July 7th from 5:30 to 7:30pm. This month, our speakers include Provenance Community Developers, Co. and iArchitecture. The Provenance Development in Shreveport is a traditional neighborhood development just inside the city limits that incorporates residential spaces along side amenities that help build upon the neighborhood dynamic: office spaces, commercial buildings, community centers, green space, bike lanes, restaurants, civic centers and more. The discussion will help explain the development's objectives and how family-friendly the neighborhood … Continue reading Architecture + Ales, Shreveport

Architecture & Design Film Festival

New Orleans New Orleans, LA

August 11th—Premiere Kick Off Party 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, premiere film 7:30 pm More details to come...

State Government Network (SGN) 2017 Annual Meeting

Westin St. Louis 811 Spruce St, St. Louis, MO

SGN representatives will gather to catch up on the latest policy trends, learn from each other’s experiences but, most importantly, reconnect with our fellow volunteers.

SpeakUp 2017

The Curtis Hotel 1405 Curtis Street, Denver, CO

Architecture + Ales, Shreveport

Architecture + Ales, Shreveport Architecture and Ales will be held at Red River Brewery on 7th July. This month, our speakers include Provenance Community Developers, Co. and iArchitecture. The Provenance Development in Shreveport is a traditional neighborhood development just inside the city limits that incorporates residential spaces along side amenities that help build upon the neighborhood dynamic: office spaces, commercial buildings, community centers, green space, bike lanes, restaurants, civic centers and more. The discussion will help explain the development's objectives and how family-friendly the neighborhood … Continue reading Architecture + Ales, Shreveport

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Ernest N. Morial Convention Center | New Orleans