Wire* — The American Institute of Architects Arizona Women’s Leadership Group (AIA AZ WLG) is pleased to announce Storytelling: Shaping Communities through the Built Environment. The storytelling event is a part of a series of education and outreach programs organized by the WLG.
Open to the public and free, the evening event will consist of 5 storytellers who represent a variety of scales of community and who are actively contributing to the positive use of our built environment.
We are thrilled to have Wanda Dalla Costa, Mary McCormick, Matthew Moore, Shannon Scutari and Oye Waddell share their experiences.
Our program focuses the lens on impact through design and the built environment. The curated group of not only architects, but professionals of different disciplines who inspire their communities, operate at small to large scales and will share their true stories from their experiences. This has the potential to connect people, shed insight on opportunities, inspire change, and provoke action.
The AZ WLG is committed to elevating the conversation around architectural practice and design through engagement with our communities. Sharing stories is a vehicle connecting us all around ideas and experiences that inspire others and foster positive change.
What: Storytelling: Shaping Communities through the Built Environment
When: November 1, reception begins at 5:30 p.m., program 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Shepley Bulfinch, 3443 N Central Avenue, South Rotunda
RSVP: Diana Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org. Seating is limited.
Photos courtesy of AIA AZ WLG.
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