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UPCOMING CHAPTER EVENTS...
AIACC PANEL DISCUSSION @ WOODBURY 7/29
The AIACC Board of Directors is exploring the intersection between the architectural profession, the Academy and the Institute to better understand how collaboration and cooperation can help us capitalize on the strength of the profession in California. You are invited to join this special presentation as the esteemed panel explores traditions and trends in academia, licensure, and professional practice to better understand how we can bridge the gap between the groups and prepare the profession moving forward. Event is 3:00pm-4:15pm. Registration is required!
EMERGING PROFESSIONALS LUNCH 8/12
Meet up with friends and colleagues who are on the path to licensure. This month's gathering will be at Pasadena King Taco!
EMERGING PROFESSIONALS LUNCH 9/9
Meet up with friends and colleagues who are on the path to licensure. This month's gathering will be at Abricott!
SECO NEW AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Calling all emerging professionals and colleagues who enjoy wine and a good social. Join the chapter for its September RestauranTour. This is a great opportunity to see cool spaces and to begin networking and meeting new friends. Seco features New American cuisine, a vibrant, contemporary space and a lively bar / lounge with a sexy vibe.
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COMMUNITY EVENTS OF INTEREST...
HAMMER MUSEUM 6/12-8/28
The third iteration of the Hammer’s biennial exhibition continues to highlight the practices of artists working throughout Los Angeles and the surrounding areas. As part of an ongoing series, Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only addresses Los Angeles as a center of activity inseparable from the global network of art production and reveals how artists move fluidly between contexts and respond to their local conditions. Subtitled by the minimalist poet and writer Aram Saroyan as his contribution to the exhibition, Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only extends into such disciplines as dance, fashion, literature, music, film, and performance. INFO
"MOVING SAM MALOOF" - ARCHITECT LED TOURS + BOOK SIGNING 8/6
On August 6, The Maloof Foundation in Rancho Cucamonga will host a day of tours led by architect Ann Kovara, who served as project manager during relocation of the Maloof Historic home. The project, undertaken in 2000 to save the woodworker’s National Register-listed home from the path of the 210 Freeway, will be recounted by Kovara in three 90-minute-long tours. Kovara will also autograph copies of her new book, Moving Sam, published by Schiffer. Tour tickets are available for purchase at malooffoundation.org.
THE FUTURE OF RESIDENTIAL LIGHTING CONTROL – LUTRON 8/18
Join Lutron at the California Science Center's Space Shuttle Endeavor Exhibit in the Samuel Oschin Pavilion for a fun evening of innovation, networking and history. Lutron will be showcasing the future of lighting control against the backdrop of the Space Shuttle Endeavor. Enjoy hors d'oeuvres, cocktails and prize drawing! Attend and receive a Lutron goodie bag and a chance to win one of 50 Caseta Smart Home starter kits. Space is limited. RSVP today.