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Connections 81.2 Part 2

 Export to Your Calendar 9/20/2019 to 9/21/2019
When: September 20 - 21, 2019
9/20 (5:30p-8p) 9/21 (9a-4p) (4:30p-7p)
Where: Transfer Company Food Hall (Event Space)
500 E Davie Street
Raleigh, North Carolina  27601
United States
Contact: Christine Stetkiewicz
919-463-0333


Online registration is available until: 9/18/2019
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Connections 81.2 Part 2

September 20 - 21

 

OPENING LECTURE

Center for Architecture & Design | 14 E Peace Street | Raleigh

 

DESIGN CHARRETTE AND IDEAS PRESENTATION

Transfer Company Food Hall (Event Space) | 500 E. Davie Street | Raleigh

 

OPENING LECTURE | SEPT. 20 | 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

DESIGN CHARRETTE | SEPT. 21 | 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

IDEAS PRESENTATION | SEPT. 21 | 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM

 

CONNECTIONS is an architect-led design initiative that facilitates socially responsible urban development conversations and for sites not yet developed. We gather designers, community members, local leaders, and stakeholders together to provide insight, ideas, and action plans towards ethical urban growth.

CONNECTIONS is an extended conversation and design methodology that can address any urbanizing city and its community. By naming each design initiative for the acreage of its site, we apply democratic design principles to all projects while keeping each conversation specific to the site. CONNECTIONS creates a neutral and collaborative space that equips users, designers, and investors with a shared language for a mutually beneficial dialogue around what authentic and equitable growth might look like.

 

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JOIN US FOR A 2-DAY ARCHITECTURAL WORKSHOP

EARN 12 CE Credits

  • Option to attend all programs or choose which program you'd like to attend
  • Earn up to 12 continuing education credits by registering for the 3-program package including all programs
  • Can't attend all three programs? Register for individual programs and earn continuing education credits awarded with paid registration
  • The general public are welcome to attend Opening Lecture and Ideas Presentation at no cost (registration required/no CE credits awarded)

 

PRICING FOR 2-DAY PROGRAM REGISTRATION

(EARNING 12 CE CREDITS)

AIA Member  - $200 | AIA Member with Assoc. AIA Designation - $125

Students  - $70 | Non Member (Earning 12 CE Credits) - $260

 

PRICING FOR OPENING LECTURES ONLY

AIA Member/Earning 2.5 credits:  $35

AIA Member with Assoc. AIA designation earning 2.5 credits: $20

Non Member/Earning 2.5 credits:  $55

Public Admission - NO CE CREDIT: $0

Students with valid ID/Earning 2.5 credits: $10

 

PRICING FOR DESIGN CHARRETTE ONLY

AIA Member/Earning 7 credits:  $125

AIA Member with Assoc. AIA designation earning 7 credits: $75

Non Member/Earning 7 credits:  $145

Students with valid ID/Earning 7 credits: $50

No general public admission for this program.

 

PRICING FOR IDEAS PRESENTATION ONLY

AIA Member/Earning 2.5 credits:  $40

AIA Member with Assoc. AIA designation earning 2.5 credits: $25

Non Member/Earning 2.5 credits:  $60

Students with valid ID/Earning 2.5 credits: $10

Public Admission - NO CE CREDIT: $0



OPENING LECTURES

September 20 | 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm | 2.5 HSW Credits

Center for Architecture & Design | 14 E Peace Street | Raleigh

An evening of inspiring talks from planners, architects and landscape architects responsible for monumental urban design projects across the globe. These talks are open to the public and are designed to inspire those who live, work, and play in Raleigh, to be bold and forward-thinking in the development of this growing metropolis.

  • Learn how architects and other designers leverage and embrace the value of social responsibility, equity, and inclusivity in the development of projects nationwide and how they are able to influence developers and investors about the importance of hiring an architect based on their important role in leading design and development conversation and action.
  • Share various projects that required the convincing of decision makers to approve projects, including details regarding the risk and rewards
  • Discuss the importance of starting development discussions with inclusive programming so that appropriate services, amenities, and spaces can be created and enjoyed by everyone.
  • Gain a greater understanding of how these priorities and areas of focus translate into design excellence, ecological sensitivity, cultural legacy, and social engagement. 

SPEAKERS + PANELIST FOR THE EVENING:

  • Oz Ozburn, AIA | design ecology
  • Gia Biagi | Studio Gang
  • Adam Gross | Spirit of Space
  • Justin Straight | Thriving Cities

PRICING FOR OPENING LECTURES ONLY

AIA Member/Earning 2.5 credits:  $35

AIA Member with Assoc. AIA designation earning 2.5 credits: $20

Non Member/Earning 2.5 credits:  $55

Public Admission - NO CE CREDIT: $0

Students with valid ID/Earning 2.5 credits: $10



DESIGN CHARRETTE PROGRAM

September 21| 9:00 am - 4:00 pm | 7 CE credits pending approval

Transfer Company Food Hall (Event Space) | 500 E. Davie Street | Raleigh

PROGRAM OPEN TO PAID REGISTRANTS ONLY | NO GENERAL PUBLIC ADMISSION TO THIS PROGRAM

A day-long architectural workshop with teams of architects from North Carolina, exploring future possibilities for the sites where Central Prison and The Governor Morehead School are located, on 81.2 acres north of Dix Park.

 

Consideration will be given to Raleigh’s economy, connectivity, and design – for the good of its people and its environment. Program: To seek new options for the site now occupied by Central Prison, and to reimagine The Governor Morehead School, historic structures, and Central Prison’s existing medical facility. To also explore the potential for a technology headquarters campus, for market-rate and affordable housing, and for hospitality, restaurants and open space - and to consider transit and other physical connections to surrounding properties.

 

  • Learn how social, political, infrastructural, and economical issues impact design and how best to respond the complex relationships between those forces in a collaborative design charrette.
  • Develop narratives, maps, diagrams, plan/section/elevation drawings, perspective sketches, massing studies, and renderings that can be shared with the community and used by the City of Raleigh and State of North Carolina for future planning purposes.
  • Gain experience collaborating with planners, community stakeholders, and allied professions and created documentation that can inform future local development.
  • Discuss how to organize future design charrettes or workshops to continue the conversation about this hypothetical redevelopment with the goal of raising awareness of architect’s roles and value in helping create visions for our communities.

 

PRICING FOR DESIGN CHARRETTE ONLY

AIA Member/Earning 7 credits:  $125

AIA Member with Assoc. AIA designation earning 7 credits: $75

Non Member/Earning 7 credits:  $145

Students with valid ID/Earning 7 credits: $50

No general public admission for this program

 


IDEAS PRESENTATION

September 21| 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm | 2.5 HSW Credits

Transfer Company Food Hall (Event Space) | 500 E. Davie Street | Raleigh

A presentation and discussion of workshop results, including team visions for the sites and connections to neighboring properties and beyond. Invited guests will include the design community, civic officials, developers, property owners and the public – especially young professionals making Raleigh their home. The goal is for resulting conversations to continue after the presentations. 

  • Present and share ideas from each design team about the reimagined 81.2-acre site near downtown Raleigh.
  • Discuss pros and cons of each design strategy with regard to design excellence, feasibility, sustainability, connectivity, and economy
  • Strategize how to continue the conversation of redevelopment of this important site especially with regard to Raleigh’s growth and the addition of Dix Park to the south of the site
  • Learn about how the (5) designers and other participants have played a role in advancing design ideas and strategies to decision makers and stakeholders for projects they work on.

 

PRICING FOR IDEAS PRESENTATION ONLY

AIA Member/Earning 2.5 credits:  $40

AIA Member with Assoc. AIA designation earning 2.5 credits: $25

Non Member/Earning 2.5 credits:  $60

Students with valid ID/Earning 2.5 credits: $10

Public Admission - NO CE CREDIT: $0

 


Registration Refund Policy

Requests for refunds must be submitted in writing no later than 14 days prior to the date of the program. Requests for refunds may be emailed to info@aiatriangle.org for consideration. The approved refund amount will be paid by check or credit card depending on original payment method and may be subject to a service fee.  AIA Triangle withholds the right to deny or approve any refund based on condition or circumstance.

By registering for this event you understand that you may be photographed during the course of the event and consent to publication of any such images (online, digital, or analog).


 CONNECITONS 82.1 PART 2

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

CHARRETTE SPONSORSHIP - $3,000

SPONSORSHIP INCLUDES:

  • Access to participant list
  • Logo on CONNECTIONS website
  • Signage and announcement at the event
  • Representation in CONNECTIONS, AIA Triangle, and Transfer Company event marketing materials
  • Representation in CONNECTIONS, and AIA Triangle social media posts
  • Sponsor logos on all food tickets for charrette participants
  • Tax deductible donation
  • PURCHASE HERE

KEYNOTE SPONSORSHIP - $2,000

SPONSORSHIP INCLUDES:

  • Logo on CONNECTIONS website
  • Signage and announcements at the event
  • Representation in CONNECTIONS and AIA Triangle marketing materials
  • Representation in CONNECTIONS, AIA Triangle, and Guest House social media posts
  • Sponsor signage at all Design Charrette tables
  • Tax deductible donation
  • PURCHASE HERE

RECEPTION SPONSORSHIP - $1,000

SPONSORSHIP INCLUDES:

  • Reception naming opportunities
  • Logo on CONNECTIONS website
  • Representation in CONNECTIONS, AIA Triangle, and Transfer Company event marketing materials
  • Representation in CONNECTIONS and AIA Triangle social media posts
  • Tax deductible donation
  • PURCHASE HERE

COMMUNITY CULTIVATOR SPONSORSHIP - $250

SPONSORSHIP INCLUDES:

  • Logo on CONNECTIONS website
  • Representation in CONNECTIONS social media posts
  • Invitation in your name to partner organization
  • Tax deductible donation
  • PURCHASE HERE

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