AIA Northern Virginia
WIA Lecture Series: Make No Little Plans
March 28
6:30-8:00p


At the National Building Museum, 401 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001.

This is the first lecture of the 6th Annual Women in Architecture Lecture Series, organized by the AIA Northern Virginia Women in Architecture Committee. Two additional lectures are planned – Architecture, Design and Cultural Space on April 8 at the Torpedo Factory and a third lecture at Perkins Eastman.

In celebration of Women’s History Month, design leaders Hilary Bertsch, AIA, Principal at Perkins Eastman Architects; Maria Casarella, AIA, Senior Associate, Cunningham | Quill Architects; and Emily Hotaling Eig, Founder and President of EHT Traceries, Inc. share their experiences working on three of DC’s most complex, large-scale projects – The Wharf, St. Elizabeth’s East Campus, and McMillan. Panelists will discuss their inspirations, design processes, challenges, successes and lessons learned from working on these dynamic urban spaces. Ann Neeriemer, AIA, Senior Associate at Perkins Eastman is the Moderator.

Details on the lecture series are available here.

1.5 LU’s for AIA, ASLA and AICP. A reception will follow the lecture. $12 NBM members; $10 students; $20 non-members. Advance registration is available here. Tickets will also be available at the event.