Convention & Building Products Expo
Were we to consider starting anew, cradling a tabula rasa . . . with what stroke would we begin? If the painting of the future is brushed now. . . how would we act? The 2013 Convention is about preparing Foundations. This call to action is about setting, not resting – not congregating in a Piranisian reminiscence but aiming forward and setting a stage for the future. We’ll try some different things this year. Let us harness and nurture the newest energies which can serve as groundwork for the future in architecture. Join us in laying Foundations at the 2013 AIA Wisconsin Convention.
Jon Sandeman, AIA
2013 Convention Chair
Attend the Convention & Expo . . .
Mickey Jacob, FAIA | Vincent James, FAIA
Larry Speck, FAIA | Larry Scarpa, FAIA
Design | Practice | Sustainability Seminars
Annual Meetings | Awards Luncheon | Design Awards
Spotlight Seminars | WMA Awards Breakfast
Product & Service Displays in the Expo Hall
Professional Relationship Building | Educational Seminars
Plan to attend the 82nd Annual Convention & Building Products Expo on May 8 & 9, 2013, at Monona Terrace in Madison!
Featuring keynote speakers and timely seminars, the program offers AIA members and allied professionals real opportunities to explore emerging design, practice, technology and environmental issues, as well as investigate the innovative products and services now available to the design and construction industry.
You will find a jam-packed two-day program that takes on current challenges to the practice of architecture and offers practical solutions through inventive design, new technology and innovative project management techniques.
Whether you are with a large firm, a single practitioner or somewhere in between, the 2013 AIA Wisconsin Convention and Expo is a “must see” event. The Convention Committee encourages you to attend and take advantage of the many opportunities to rekindle your connections and re-fuel your passion for good design as you learn more about maximizing the best practices that increase profitability and client satisfaction.
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