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WIA Lecture Series Begins Tonight – Tickets Available at the Door
Posted Wednesday, March 28

Organized by the AIA Northern Virginia Women in Architecture Committee, this year’s lecture series begins tonight, March 28, with an evening presentation at the National Building Museum.

Make No Little Plans – March 28
6:30-8:00p, at the National Building Museum

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. [Details]

Walk-in registration is available at 5:30p tonight.

The second presentation in the series, part of our celebration of Virginia Architecture Week, is on April 8 at the Torpedo Factory. Registration for this event is open.

Architecture, Design and Cultural Space – April 8
6:30-8:00p, at the Torpedo Factory

Cultural and public spaces are where social values can be expressed in real time. Three panelists, Ronit Eisenbach, an architect with StudioRED; Philippa Hughes, a social and creative placemaker; and Khara James, an architect at Perkins Eastman will share their experiences with the design of various cultural spaces. This event is also offered as part of Virginia Architecture Week.


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