Event AIA Austin / City of Austin Happy Hour

December 8, 2011 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm

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Join AIA Austin and the City of Austin Architecture staff at TreeHouse for a happy hour.  Learn how AIA and COA can work together.

TreeHouse:  Our goal is to make sustainable living attainable.  More information about TreeHouse here.

Please RSVP to Elizabeth Humphrey.

Event 25th Annual AIA Austin Homes Tour

October 1, 2011 - 10:00am to October 2, 2011 - 6:00pm

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All Photography © 2011 Whit Preston

Ticket Sales:  Tickets are available in person by cash, check or credit at AIA Austin (801 W. 12th Street), or by cash and check only at all of the houses on the tour.   Note:  Zinger Hardware and Five Elements Furniture have run out of tickets (only maps are available).  Tickets are $30, good for both days, all 15 homes, 10am-6pm.  If you want to see one or two houses, you may do so for $5 per home.

Your Liasons at Work

Cider-infused happy hour for Advocacy Survey respondents.  We want to hear more from you, live in person! Need to set date in January. (Richard Weiss/Michael Cowan) >   Leadership retreat- Need to set a date and agenda. (Richard) >   New from Al York- COA requested feedback on architectural job descriptions. This info is available in 2011 Compensation Survey. Response letter will be sent to executive committee. (Philip Southwick) >   New from Alan Holt- COA requested support for SDAT application from to AIA National. Recommended approval and sent to executive committee.

Design Exhibit in Full Swing

LiA’s Opening Night for “PERSPECTIVASdosmil11”, held at the Emma S.

Design Month Advocacy

Green Pastures event with AIA National guest Paul Mendelsohn generated some great conversations about public involvement and provides some insight into what we can bring to our next leadership retreat. We talked about bringing our Advocacy Survey respondents in for a November happy hour to listen to their ideas in person. Michael Cowan offered to help.   Stuart and Michael Hsu have been asked to meet with the City about a cost of services report that could impact the future fee structure for building permits.