Architecture 2030 April 14, 2011
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New York, NY: Cooper Union
Wednesday, April 20th
Edward Mazria will take the stage at Cooper Union’s historic Great Hall next week to deliver the lecture, Architecture: On the Brink. He will explore how the built environment is the major driving force behind current global events tied to energy, climate change, and the economy and visually illustrate its transformation, which is currently underway. He will discuss the significance of this transformation and what is being done to accelerate it.
6:30pm. Cooper Union, Great Hall.
Free for AIA members with RSVP, and Cooper Union students with Membership ID at the door.
$5 for all other students wit ID. $15 for general public.
Presented by AIA-NY COTE with support from Con Edison. Register here.

View from the podium of a painting of President Abraham Lincoln, hanging on a rear wall in the Great Hall at Cooper Union, where, in 1860, President Lincoln delivered his famous Cooper Union Address that helped elect him to the presidency. Since then, the Great Hall has served as a platform for addresses by Presidents Grant, Cleveland, Taft, Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama, and other luminaries such as Senator Edward Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, and Norman Mailer. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

Washington, DC: Catholic University of America
Monday, April 18th
Edward Mazria will deliver the lecture, Architecture: On the Brink, as part of the AIA+2030 Educational Series. See description above.
12:00pm. Koubek Auditorium.
$25 members. $40.00 non-members. Free for students and AIA+2030 participants.
Presented in partnership with AIA-DC and CUA. Registration required.

Vancouver, BC: Honorary Fellowship and Keynote Address
2011 Festival of Architecture
Thursday, May 26th
Edward Mazria will receive an Honorary Fellowship in the College of Fellows of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC). He will also deliver the Keynote Address after the Fellows convocation ceremony at the 2011 Festival of Architecture. The keynote address is free and open to the public.
7:00pm. Simon Fraser University – Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema.
Free and open to the Public. Learn more.


 
           
 

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