Society News

Fun in the Kitchen with the Ottawa Society

December 15, 2021

Many of our Societies have enjoyed sought after lecturers and a wider audience thanks to the virtual National Lectures that started during the pandemic. The Ottawa Society is no exception. […]

Archaeology for All thanks to the Los Angeles Society

November 17, 2021

We’re delighted to share news from the Los Angeles Society about recent happenings they’ve organized to bring archaeology to wider audiences. Book Talks LA Society President Prof. Aaron Burke tells […]

Member Spotlight: Timothy Stephens

November 17, 2021

This month, we’re delighted to spotlight Timothy Stephens, Vice President of the North Alabama (Huntsville) Society. Tim has been a faithful friend of the AIA for many years. He’s a […]

Virtual Programming allows the San Francisco Society to reach More Members

October 26, 2021

Like the Vancouver Society shared with us last month, the San Francisco Society has also found a positive in the midst of pandemic challenges – more of its members scattered […]

Member Spotlight: Bill and Suzanne Murray

October 26, 2021

This month, we’re delighted to feature two incredible members – Bill and Suzanne Murray of the Tampa Bay Society. Both Bill and Suzanne teach in the Department of History at […]

Collaboration Contributes to Vancouver Society Success

September 20, 2021

The pandemic certainly hasn’t slowed down the Vancouver Society, who presented seven virtual lectures during the 2020-2021 season. Led by Society President Joost Blom, a Society Trustee on the AIA […]

Member Spotlight: Elise Friedland

September 15, 2021

This month, we’re delighted to spotlight Elise Friedland, National Liaison for the Washington, D.C. Society. Elise is Associate Professor of Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies and Art History in […]

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 […]

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