Who is AIAVT?
In 2018 the Board of Directors asked “Who is AIAVT?” The process began with available data from AIA National's Net Forum Member Database (at the time with 251 members). The data resulted in a series of graphs showing location,
Trivia Night Recap
Earlier this month, 40 intrepid souls braved snow and cold to gather at Dore and Whittier’s Cafe Space for AIA Vermont’s first ever trivia night. We ate, drank, and answered questions
Firm & Member News
Scott + Partners Announce Promotions, Elizabeth Herrmann Projects Featured in Two Books, Announces Visiting Architect Talk at Middlebury College, Vermont Architects featured in Before Your Time Podcast, Karolina Kawlaka, AIA Presented Washington DC Interior Flood Plan
From Applicant to Juror
Outside of my time as AIA Vermont’s Executive Director, I am a practicing artist and have spent the better part of the last 10 years actively pursuing art opportunities, mostly in the form of exhibitions and residencies, but also for things like awards and grants.
AIAVT Donates Code Books to the VT Library System
In John Alden’s Public Policy Committee Report, published this fall in AIAVT News, an exciting announcement was made regarding Code books. “AIAVT will be purchasing the current building code books and will make them available to any architect in the state through the inter-library loan program.
Architecture-- for the Birds!
This Fall, AIAVT partnered with ECHO and Generator for a new exhibition that would showcase a different type of architecture. The Nesting Box Project began with a Request for Submissions (RFS), which went out in June. The request sought artists, architects, makers, and tinkerers to create original artworks, or “Nesting Boxes”, that would model creative, species-specific habitats for local birds.
AIAVT Announces Winners of Scholarship Awards
At the AIAVT Annual Meeting and Design Awards event, the recipients of this year’s scholarship awards were announced. The AIAVT Scholarship awards are made possible through the Hanne N. Williams Scholars Fund, which derives support from the AIAVT Annual Guy Teschmacher Memorial Golf Tournament, the AIA National Component Matching Grant Program, and other sources.
AIAVT Announces the Carol Miklos Community Outreach Grant
AIA Vermont is pleased to announce a new grant initiative, named in honor of Carol Miklos, who served as AIA Vermont’s Executive Director from 2008 until 2018. This award is intended to create a funding source to support initiatives which have the potential to foster engagement with architecture and design in Vermont's communities.