Society News

Salt Lake City Society Receives 2022 Golden Trowel Award

August 23, 2021

Congratulations to the Salt Lake City Society for achieving the highest percentage of membership growth during fiscal year 2021 to win the 2022 Golden Trowel Award! When we shared the […]

Member Spotlight: Arthur Cassanos

August 20, 2021

This month, we’re delighted to spotlight AIA Society Trustee and Richmond Society Program Coordinator Arthur Cassanos. Art, as he’s more commonly known, has been involved with the Richmond Society since […]

Spring 2021 Society Outreach Grant Winners

August 2, 2021

Nashville: Polychromy at the Parthenon The Nashville Society will develop interpretive programming, including creating an Art Cart and a Zoom presentation, that introduce polychromy to visitors at the Nashville Parthenon […]

The Team behind the Oklahoma City Society

July 23, 2021

Last December, it looked like the Oklahoma City Society was no more. All of the Society Officers had resigned because of health issues and no one had taken up the […]

Member Spotlight: Ervan Garrison

July 23, 2021

This month, we’re delighted to spotlight Athens Society President Ervan Garrison. Ervan has been involved with the Athens Society for nearly 30 years. In addition to his hard work maintaining […]

Orange County Society Keeps Calm and Carries On in 2020/2021 Season

June 14, 2021

Last month, we shared about how the Washington, D.C. Society persevered in spite of the challenges associated with the pandemic to launch new initiatives during the 2021/2021 season. This month, […]

Nashville Society President Wesley Paine Retiring as Director of Nashville Parthenon

May 24, 2021

Next month, Nashville Society President Wesley Paine will retire from her role as Director of the Nashville Parthenon, a position she’s held for over forty years. Katie Petrole, Director of […]

For Washington, D.C. Society, Pandemic Zoom Lectures Bring New Meaning to “Armchair Archaeology”

May 21, 2021

The pandemic has impacted all of our Societies since it started in March of 2020. Despite the challenges associated with it, the Washington, D.C. Society has persevered with its programming […]

Member Spotlight: Brian Heidtke

May 20, 2021

This month, we’re excited to spotlight AIA Lifetime Member, Brian Heidtke. Brian is one of the AIA’s most loyal friends. He’s a former Treasurer and current Trustee Emeritus. He’s been […]

Get to Know the Athens Society in Georgia

April 27, 2021

The Athens Society in Athens, GA is small but mighty! During the pandemic, they’ve partnered with the Washington D.C. Society to share virtual lectures put on through the National Lecture […]

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